A holiday rental in Key Largo is the ideal base for exploring the area’s awe-inspiring natural wonders. Home to two state parks, a national park, a national marine sanctuary and spectacular botanical scenery, Key Largo is a beach and eco-tourism destination. We’ll help you find a holiday house that puts you near the enchanting natural attractions while providing you with a spacious, comfortable enclave to return to after an exciting day of exploration.
Hold onto your dive mask! Key Largo, considered one of the world’s best dive locations, is brimming with coral reefs and sunken ships. Other ways to enjoy the enticing eco-tourism lifestyle include parasailing, jet skiing, sailing or simply strolling the beaches. Of course, no visit to Key Largo is complete without a visit to John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park, an undersea park encompassing 178 nautical miles of coral reefs, seagrass beds and mangrove swamps. Enjoy the park by taking a snorkeling, scuba or glass bottom boat tour. Anglers rejoice, too, in Key Largo, which offers some of the best and most experienced charter captains and fishing guides in the world. Great family activities include sunset cruises and dolphin encounters.
After a day of fishing, diving and exploring Key Largo, your family will enjoy returning to a roomy holiday rental rather than a cramped hotel room. You can select from beach rentals, condos, cottages and cabins. Whatever your choice, rest assured, a holiday rental is a better value than a hotel and your family can relax with lots of room to spread out. Moreover, a fully equipped kitchen makes it easy to prepare great, money-saving meals for the entire family.
Whether you’re seeking a one-bedroom condo or a sprawling beach home, we can help you find the best deals and discounts. Regardless of your budget, we have special deals and discounts on a diverse selection of superb holiday rentals.
If you want a bit of diversity in your getaway, Miami, a dynamic, international urban center with lots of nightlife and gourmet dining, is an hour’s drive away. Key West, filled with sidewalk cafes, bistros and pubs, is a two-hour drive. To explore one of the world’s most unique eco-systems, make the trek to Everglades National Park, which is only a 40-minute drive from Key Largo.