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canoes and kayaks to explore the amazing underwater life. The archipelago that makes up Florida Keys may appear to be a daunting area to explore, but it is made easy by the Overseas Highway, a 113-mile section of Highway 1, which runs over most of the inhabited islands to Key West at the southern tip. This incredible journey, leapfrogging from island to island over the oceans – the Gulf of Mexico on one side and the Atlantic on the other – means


Kayaking in the Florida Everglades contrasting with the architecture of downtown Fort Myers and Longboat Key in Bradenton


spectacular scenery all the way. On the way, visit historical and eco sites, stay over at welcoming hotels and motels for every budget, and enjoy great dining. The Keys draw in thousands of divers and snorkellers every year to explore the coral reefs and shipwrecks where barracuda, parrotfi sh, snappers and mackerel are just some of the fi sh life. Romantic names such as Key


Largo, Islamorada, Marathon, Big Pine Key and Key West beckon tourists to their midst.


The Keys help to make South Florida a perfect blend of everything a visitor could wish for on their holiday of a lifetime. •


If you only do one thing


Take a ‘selfi e’ on the stunning white sands of Miami South Beach if only to say: “I hung out with the beautiful people.”


IT’S A NEW DAY TO RELAX.


Guests will enjoy a new, state-of-the-art fitness center, world-class shelling and a full-service spa overlooking the Gulf of Mexico.


To book your next vacation call 001.239.472.4151 or visit sundialresort.com


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