Florida Keys Paradise ~ 320 13th street

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  • 4 bedrooms
  • 3 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 10
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Bedrooms: 4

Bathrooms: 3

Sleeps: 10

Type: House

Florida Keys Paradise ~ 320 13th street

Magnificent Keys style contemporary home offering many individual features. The large private yard is beautifully landscaped and you will find unmatched seclusion among the multiple varieties of native Palms, Banana Trees and other native plants. The spacious Infinity-Edge pool and large outdoor Jacuzzi allow peaceful relaxation at the waterside.

When you drive up to one of the exclusive Key Colony Beach's most elegant homes you'll appreciate a view characterized by a beautiful fountain and a pair of tremendous imported Cuban Royal Palms. This is a True Florida Keys Estate!!

Excellent bedroom accommodations include 3 King size beds and one ...Read more

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Florida Keys Paradise ~ 320 13th street
Key Colony Beach, Florida

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Make sure to try out some of our local dining and enjoy waterfront entertainment and music at several of our nearby restaurants. Sparky's Landing in Key Colony Beach and Burdine's Waterfront located at the end of 15th Street are some of our favorites.


Fishing charters, boat and kayak rentals, scuba diving and kite boarding are just a few of the many forms of entertainment and adventure available to you in the Florida Keys.


You can also reserve a spot to swim with the Dolphins and Sea Lions up at the Dolphin Research Center in Grassy Key or tour the Turtle Hospital and Rehabilitation Center right here in Marathon.


Just across the Famed Seven Mile Bridge lies Key West, a 50 mile scenic drive away. Whether you're window shopping on Duval Street, visiting the Hemmingway House and the Southernmost Point, or watching the street performers in Mallory Square, Key West has something for everyone to enjoy.

CAPT. HOOK'S FISH PONDS
11833 Overseas Highway (MM 53)
Marathon , FL 33050
Come to our daily fish feeding at 4:00 pm. Sharks, rays, eels, tarpon,
snappers, groupers and many more species.





MARATHON LADY: Fishing Boat
Located at MM 53 on the ocean side. This is always a great trip. For
$40 plus $5 for rod rental you will get a nice trip out to the reef
and almost always catch some nice fresh fish for dinner. The crew is
great and helpful.

COCO PLUM BEACH: Great stretch of beach for a refreshing walk
Mile Marker 54.5 Oceanside
Turn off U.S. 1 at Coco Plum Drive
Marathon , FL 33050
This small, natural beach is an enjoyable stop. It is a quiet,
dog-friendly beach with clean-up baggies provided.
Museums and Nature Center of Crane Point Hammock
Marathon , FL 33050
Mile Marker 50.5 Bayside, Marathon

SOMBRERO BEACH: This is our favorite for spending the day
Mile Marker 50, Oceanside
(Turn off U.S. 1 at Sombrero Beach Blvd., and drive to the end
Marathon , FL 33050
This 12.6-acre beach is one of the most popular stops in Marathon for
good reason. The beach was renovated in 2003 with creative landscaping
and other amenities. It offers walkways, picnic areas and a roped off
swimming area.

THE TURTLE HOSPITAL: Highly recommend you take the tour
2396 Overseas Highway
Marathon , FL 33050

DOLPHIN RESEARCH CENTER
58901 Overseas Highway
Marathon , FL 33050

DIVING AND SNORKELING
As seen from the air, Marathon and the Middle Keys appear as emerald
isles set amid a sea of turquoise. Marathon's reefs offer great
variety in coral formations and fish life. The crystalline waters of
the Atlantic Ocean reveal a marine wilderness comprised of an
extensive spur-and-groove coral complex and numerous well-developed
patch reefs. Each reef is populated by a vast array of Caribbean
tropical fish and invertebrates, with the fascinating addition of both
modern and historical shipwrecks to complete the tremendous sport dive
appeal of the region.
WRECKS AND REEFS.............
* Adelaide Baker - This historic shipwreck features a pair of huge
stacks in only 25 feet of water, a vivid reminder of the days when
steamships plied the Florida Keys.
* Sombrero Reef - This traditional favorite of the Marathon dive
portfolio is marked by a 140-foot lighted tower. Coral canyons and
archways provide refuge for schools of grunt and snapper while
solitary barracuda appear to stand sentinel.
* Coffin's Patch - This is not a single reef but a conglomerate of six
distinct patch reefs, each with a unique identity defined by a
predominant coral species. For example, at Pillar Coral Patch dozens
of intact pillar coral heads thrust their fuzzy polyps to snare
passing nutrients. Snorkelers will especially appreciate the shallow
elkhorn forests found throughout Coffin's Patch in less than 20 feet
of water.
* Delta Shoals - Here a vast network of coral canyons fan seaward from
a sandy shoal, offering wonderful opportunities for both diving and
snorkeling amid elkhorn, brain, and star coral heads.
* The Thunderbolt - This 188-foot ship is the queen of the Marathon
wreck fleet. Sunk intentionally as a dive attraction on March 3, 1986,
she now sits perfectly upright in 115 feet of water. Her
superstructure is coated with colorful sponge, coral, and hydroid,
providing refuge and sustenance to large angelfish, jacks, and a
variety of deep-water pelagic creatures.

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