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Upcoming Area Events:
  • Key Largo Conch Republic Days, Key Largo, Florida
  • Tarponian Tournament, Marathon, Florida
  • Humphrey Bogart Film Fesitval, Key Largo, Florida
  • Nick Sheahan Dolphin Rodeo, Tavernier, Florida
  • Marring Terry - Marathon Community Theater, Marathon, Florida
  • 20th Annual Bay Jam, Islamorada, Florida
  • Key Largo's Original Music Festival, Key Largo, Florida
  • Morada Way Arts & Cultural Walk, Islamorada, Florida
  • 27th Annual Coconuts Dolphin Tournament, Key Largo, Florida
  • History of Diving Museum - Navy Seals: A Personal Account, Islamorada, Florida
  • Dive into History: Military Divers, Islamorada, Florida
  • Don Hawley Invitational Tarpon Tournament, Islamorada, Florida
  • Key West Arts & Historical Society:Will Fernandez, Key West, Florida
  • 5th Annual Key West Bacchanalia, Key West, Florida
  • Gold Cup Tarpon Tournmanet, Key Largo, Florida
  • History of Diving Museum - Dolphin Defenders, Key Largo, Florida
  • Morada Way Arts & Cultural Walk, Islamorada, Florida
  • Dolphin and Blackfin Tuna Fun Fishing Tournament, Key Largo, Florida
  • Marathon Beach Party & Fireworks Show, Marathon, Florida
  • Mel Fisher Days, Key West, Florida
  • 30th Annual Underwater Music Festival, Key Largo, Florida
  • Hemingway Days, Key West, Florida
  • History of Diving Museum - Christ of the Abyss, Islamorada, Florida
  • Morada Way Arts & Cultural Walk, Islamorada, Florida

Florida Keys Map

While most of eastern North America has had continuous development over the past 200 years, the Florida Keys-while discovered much earlier--remained undeveloped until the middle of the twentieth century. The fact that the Keys were largely overlooked for so long allowed for the preservation of the area's natural environment and it's subsequent appeal to visitors from all over the world. Drawn by pristine tropical surroundings, relaxed island living and extraordinary opportunities for water sports for the novice and professional alike, the Keys are truly a vacation paradise.

Today, the Keys are generally divided into 3 areas: the Upper, Middle and Lower Keys. Coconut Palm Inn is nestled in Tavernier, the second "town" of the Upper Keys. A quite little town, Tavernier is located on the northern end of Plantation Key, immediately south of Key Largo. Blending "Old World" charm with Keys casualness and serenity, Tavernier is a favored destination not only because of its pace, but because of its proximity to both Key Largo and Islamorada activities and attractions.

Rich in beauty and history, the Tavernier area is admired by boaters, anglers and water sport enthusiasts of all kinds. Its easy access to both the Atlantic Ocean and the Florida Bay allows for a myriad of activities: diving, snorkeling, fishing, swimming, water skiing, parasailing, windsurfing, kayaking, bird watching, eco-touring and much more. But its setting and climate also allows for relaxation in beautiful style...
Thursday April 24, 2014