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Key West is the gay mecca on planet earth.
Sun, water, bars, clubs, coffee houses, historical architecture, theatre, street entertainment and the continental U.S.'s only living coral reef await you and your friends.


gay resort Key WestOnly Key West has it all, every day of the year. There's so much to see and do - or if you prefer, there is nothing to do - just relax pool-side at one of our many gay and gay friendly properties.

Ever since the "gay revolution" in the 60's, Key West has provided a home for gays & lesbians, transgenders, drag queens, and an unlimited variety of other characters.

Gay authors, artists, designers, lawyers, architects, doctors, hairdressers, bartenders, waiters, actors, and just plain folks flock to this tiny island paradise. Accommodations are plentiful and varied. We offer Gay and Lesbian guest houses, gay friendly guest houses, private rental homes and even large hotels. Stay in a renovated Victorian mansion or a secluded cottage.

Spend your days by the pool or on the water - snorkel,


dive, jet-ski, tour the reef on a glass bottom boat, take a romantic sunset cruise or a big sunset party boat, or join your new and old friends to see one of the most eclectic group of street entertainers at the world famous sunset celebration.

Key West is the world's only year-round island destination without "closet doors."Key West is a very magical place.

If you have visited here before, you are probably still talking about your vacation here and have some fond memories of a fabulous Key West sunset, walking down an Old Town lane and smelling the jasmine, or singing along downtown to a popular duo at one of the bars on Duval Street. If you have never been to Key West before, you are in for a real treat.

There is an attraction for every person. We have some of the finest salt water fishing here.
Whether you are an avid fly fisherman looking for the thrill of sight casting to tarpon as they cross a beautiful sandy flat in the backcountry, or offshore doing some deep sea fishing and thinking about your fresh seafood dinner at one of our fine Key West restaurants.

Key WestEnjoy a relaxing trip on a smaller charter to view dolphins in the wild or to kayak in the backcountry off Key West.SCUBA diving and snorkeling in Key West.

Diving and snorkeling the coral reefs and wrecks around Key West are spectacular. Tropical fish are abundant on the reefs and there is snorkeling available on a sailing catamaran or schooner out to the reef for a day of fun.

Some of the dive boats here in Key West also offer night dives so the nightlife on the reef may be observed.
Key West, situated only 90 miles from Cuba, is the nation's "Caribbean" island. Located in the lovely turquoise water between the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico, the island is bathed in the warmth of a tropical sun, tempered by ocean breezes and the shade of lush, tropical foliage. An truly romantic destination, rich in history, culture, and natural treasures, Key West has something for everybody.

The island's proximity to Cuba and the Caribbean has molded its history, and continues to influence its current culture. It has been host to New England sailors, Spanish conquistadors, Bahamian salvagers, and Cuban shipwrights. History buffs can spend countless hours learning about the island where real estate titles issue from the King of Spain, unique architecture that dates back to the mid-eighteen hundreds, and Civil and Spanish American war memorabilia abound.

Men Key WestFor the water lovers, Key West is protected from the seas by the only barrier reef in North America. The reef provides divers and snorkelers with breathtaking sights of corals and a profusion of brilliantly colored tropical fish. Just beyond the reef runs the Gulf Stream, a powerful ocean current that is home to spectacular game fish.
The climate, architecture, and relaxed atmosphere of this little island have made it a magnet for artists of all types. Ernest Hemingway, Tennessee Williams and Larry Shames are just a few of the writers that have called Key West home, and the island is still home to more than its share of well-known writers.

Art galleries are plentiful in these few square miles, and they are filled with the works of well renowned local, national, and international artists. With three performing arts theaters, a symphony, and a hugely successful annual literary seminar, there is plenty to keep the patrons of the arts busy.

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