Key Largo – South Florida’s ParadiseOctober 4, 2013
Many people like to refer to the Florida Keys as Paradise. After experiencing a beautiful sunset in the Keys, it would be pretty hard to argue that point. A beautiful evening in Key Largo includes a pampering breeze, soothing water sounds, and the most beautiful sunset you can imagine. As the sun approaches the horizon it appears as a big orange fireball in the sky and starts painting the water and sky. Once the Sun disappears below the horizon, it paints the Sky and clouds red and orange which results in one of the most amazing views.
Approximately 15 miles south of Miami, the Florida Keys begin at the southeastern tip of the Florida peninsula and extend all the way to Key West and on to the inhibited Dry Tortugas. Dividing the Atlantic ocean to the east and the Gulf of Mexico to the west, the Florida Keys offer some of the worlds most breathtaking views.
Key Largo is the largest of the Florida Keys located in the upper Keys. It is connected to the mainland in Miami-Dade county. Considered by many as the “Diving Capital of the World”, Key largo’s offshore living coral reefs attract thousands of divers from all over the world. A perfect place for sports-enthusiasts, boaters, and just people who enjoy a slower and more relaxing lifestyle, the Florida Keys certainly deserve the Paradise tag given to them by many people.