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The Key Colony Point

At Key Colony Point, our premium condos offer views that are second to none! Overlooking the Gulf of Mexico, from our beautiful units you can look over the water and watch the Florida sunset to the West. Centrally located to Key West and Miami, Key Colony Point on Key Colony Beach redefines luxury in the Florida sun.

Our family vacation accommodations offer tons of space with a range of floor plans to meet your vacation needs. With plans ranging from 1 story, 2 bedroom layouts to 3 story, 3 bedroom options, we have the comfortable vacation home for any party size.
All our rooms feature updated and modern design to make you and your family comfortable for their stay in the Florida Keys. And regardless of which unit you stay in for your vacation, you will enjoy a breathtaking panorama of the Atlantic Ocean. And if you love swimming, you have come to the right place.

Aside from the miles of coastline you can enjoy, our property also features a freshwater swimming pool for hours of family fun. Also at your disposal on our secluded island paradise are numerous yacht clubs, golf clubs, marinas and nearby restaurants. No matter how you customize your stay on our property, you can purchase a variety of vacation packages. Contact us for details.

Location, Location, Location!

While you’re in town, take in the peaceful serenity that is Key Colony Beach. Take a stroll down the white sands of Key Colony Beach behold the crashing waves of the Atlantic Ocean. And take a walk over to one of the many local eateries that seem to make time just move a little slower. When you’re on island time, the pace definitely takes a southern turn. The seaside bars and taverns on Key Colony Beach really set an atmosphere that cannot be replicated any other place on earth.

And when you have the itch to take in some of the culture of Key West, take the quick trip south to pay a visit to the Earnest Hemingway House, enjoy some outdoor entertainment at Armory Square or visit some of the historic original establishments across the Island.

And for when you want to really pick up the pace, taking in all the luxuries of a big city is right up highway 1. About an hour and a half drive north to Miami and you can take in a ball game or go to show in the 8th largest metro area in the United States.

A Region Steeped in History

Just because you’re coming down to the Keys for some fun in the sun doesn’t mean you have to leave your thinking caps at home. Take in some of the local culture the Keys has to offer, a region steeped in modern history dating back over 500 years!

For about 330 years following discovery, pirates, or buccaneers, occupied the islands. This was fundamental to the long, fabled and sordid history making the Keys what they are today. When the fledgling US Navy chased them off at the turn of the 19th century, however, the Keys were a much safer paradise for Americans to enjoy and bask in its tropical sun. But not without the remnants of shipwrecks, buried treasure and artifacts from the untold number of sea battles pirates left behind.

Pirates such as Black Beard and Black Caesar sailed their ships in the waters off the keys. It’s told there are many undiscovered wrecks off the coast of Florida with an untold value in fortune just waiting to be discovered. Learning about how these ocean criminals helped shape the region into what it has become is both enlightening and surprising.

But the regional history is so much more than a sordid tale of buccaneers and high-jackings on the high seas. The Keys are a crucial part of American history from first discovery. Recognizing this are museums dotting the area, valuable resources for taking in history and culture. Within an hour’s drive of Key Colony Point are 5 world class museums offering educational fun for the whole family.

Just 20 minutes north of Key Colony Point in Islamorada, FL is the History of Diving Museum. And while you’re up there, take a trip a little farther up Highway 1 to Key Largo, FL and pay a visit to ‎the Art Gallery at Kona Kai. And for when you head south, don’t forget about the Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum, Audubon House & Tropical Gardens and the Key West Art & History Museum at the Custom House, all on Key West.

While vacationing at Key Colony Point, enjoy the Florida Keys, Marathon, Key Colony Beach and a number of other these spectacular vacation attractions. There’s something for the entire family to enjoy! Click here for more things to do while you’re on vacation at Key Colony Point.

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