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Florida Keys Timeshare

The Florida Keys is a beautiful archipelago with more than 1,700 islands spread over 127 miles, divided into the upper, middle and lower keys. The peripheral keys of Biscayne National Park, the Marquesas and the Dry Tortugas are easily accessible by boat. Accessible by the Overseas Highway that connects the islands, the Florida Keys are a great vacation destination.

Why the Florida Keys? Located between the Atlantic and the Gulf of Mexico, the Keys have sunny climates and are a great getaway to beat winter woes. Although these subtropical areas are often subject to frequent evacuations due to hurricanes and tropical cyclones, this has not deterred tourists. These gems found in the Straits of Florida offer attractions of all kinds, especially for water sports such as snorkeling, diving, sailing, skiing and swimming. Its largest island, Key Largo (remember the Bogart movie?) Is home to Hemingway’s residence, John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park and Hammock Botanical State Park, plus a heady mix of Caribbean and American culture.

Timeshare is an agreement that gives you the right to use the property for a limited and predetermined time. There are many factors to consider before buying a written or unwritten vacation. Luxury timeshare resorts can be found in the Keys, including the Matecumbe, Topsider É and Caloosa Cove resorts in Islamorada, the sport fishing capital of the world. Port Largo Villas, Florida Bay Club, and Anchorage Resort are great options in Key Largo. In Key West there are Banyan, Galleon, Hyatt Beach, Reflections at Ocean Key House and Coconut Beach Resort. Cocoplum Beach and Tennis Club, Hammocks and Hawks Nest are in Marathon. As with all timeshare properties, Florida Keys vacations share the same advantages and disadvantages.

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