Duval Street Attractions
Duval Street is the heart of the Key West downtown commercial district. Here you will find restaurants, bars and shops galore. Some of the most frequented hot spots include Sloppy Joe’s bar, Margaritaville, Southernmost Point, Hog’s Breath and Irish Kevin’s. If you’re looking to spend most of your vacation time trading off between the beaches and the bars, then a vacation rental on or near Duval Street offer a prime locale.
What Vacation Rentals Offer
Other than a centralized location, a specious and comfortable vacation rental will give you ability to rest your tourist-weary head. Spend the morning basking in the sun at the beach and come back to your vacation rental to whip up a quick lunch in the fully-equipped kitchen before you and your friends hit the shops on Duval Street in the afternoon. You’ll save some money by eating lunch in, so that you can spend more on dinner and dancing down the street when you spend the evening out.
If you want to take in a bit more than beaches and shopping on your Florida getaway, rest assured that Key West has much to offer. There are several museums for those into art and culture, such as the Key West Lighthouse, Mel Fisher Maritime Museum and the Key West Museum of Art and History. For those looking for active attractions, there is the Key West Aquarium, the Conch Baby Farm and the Old Town Trolley.
Let’s not forget the idea of seeing all of the sites that only come with a coastal community. Take everyone on a cruise to watch the sunset, see dolphins or have dinner in an exciting atmosphere. Glass-bottom Boat excursions offer an opportunity to see marine life in their natural habitat without setting foot in the water. Another way to enjoy Key West is through water sports, such as kayaking, parasailing, scuba diving, snorkeling or renting a wave runner.