Beaches in the Florida Keys

The Florida Keys is a Boating Destination & Fisherman's Paradise. During your stay with Island Breeze Vacations, there are also beautiful beaches in the Middle Keys like Sombrero Beach, the iconic Bahia Honda State Park & Beach & Coco Plum Beach. In Key Colony Beach you will find Sunset Park & The Cabana Club Private Beach! Browse our site for more things to do and beaches to visit here in Marathon, FL. Still need more information on rentals or beaches in the Florida Keys? Give us a call at: 305-432-1193

Bahia Honda State Park

Featuring an award winning beach and historic bridge, Bahia Honda State Park at mile marker 37 in the Florida Keys has become a favorite destination for visitors to our island paradise. The park, encompassing over 500 acres and an offshore island offers some of the best snorkeling and and beachcombing in Florida. The perfect and quiet getaway for the entire family. The concession service provider offers a complete gift shop, snack bar, kayak rentals and daily snorkeling tours to the fabulous Looe Key National Marine Sanctuary. The concessions are operated by the Coral Reef Park Co.
Location: 36850 Overseas Highway, Big Pine Key, FL 33043
Phone: 305-872-3210

Anne`s Beach

This Islamorada Beach is dedicated to local environmentalist Anne Eaton. There are 2 parking lots approximately 1/4 mile apart on US-1 at MM 73. Anne`s Beach features a shallow swimming area, covered picnic tables, boardwalk and bathroom facilities. Most visitors stick to the beach areas near the parking lots. Locals and the more experience walk the boardwalk between the lots, and will find 5 covered pavilions and much more secluded stretches of beach. This Keys Beach is located on the Atlantic Ocean, but there is almost no wave action, due to the wide expanse of shallow water typical for Florida Keys beaches. Visitors can enjoy the clear and warm waters year round. Park Hours: Sunrise to Sunset. Directions: Mile Marker 73, Overseas Highway, Lower Matecumbe Key, oceanside. Includes: Boardwalk. Features: Restrooms and Picnic Tables.
Location: Marathon & Florida Keys

Coco Plum Beach

Coco Plum Beach is also on the Atlantic Ocean. It is more of a natural beach area with an adjacent wetland area. There are restroom facilities and a covered pavilion available. Coco Plum Beach is a turtle nesting beach also. To get there turn South on Coco Plum Drive and the beach entrance is 1.4 miles on the right hand side of the road. The hours are from 7:00 a.m. until dusk.
Location: Marathon

Sombrero Beach

This is one of our favorites: Sombrero Beach in Marathon, Florida. You`ll find Sombrero Beach about a mile off US1 at mile marker 50 on the Atlantic side. If you`re heading South, take a left onto Sombero Beach Boulevard and follow it until the end. There is a Park & beach for swimming, picnics & volleyball, a children`s playground plus Loggerhead turtle nesting from April-October.
Location: Marathon