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Touring Key Colony Beach, near the Gulf of Mexico, and located along US Highway 1, can be the most exciting experience in your life if you plan your vacation here as guests of Florida Vacation Rentals. The area around Key Colony Beach being a haven of recreational activities, it would be a nice thing if you decide to stay in Florida Vacation Rentals, or Key Colony Beach Vacation Rentals for a week, and explore deep into the heart of this dreamland.
Unlike other major tourist locations in the area, the city of Key Beach Colony has no major amusement parks or museums for a vacationer to get active. However, the place is best known among visitors as the mecca of water activities, and of course, Key Colony Beach vacation rentals.  
Go scuba diving in the waters here, and try to unearth treasures such as the majestic shipwreck Thunderbolt, which lies buried at the bottom of the ocean floor. If you love more marvelous sights and action, head to Key West, Key Largo, or Marathon Vacation Rentals - all nearby locations that have a vast array of beaches, water sports facilities, museums, and nightlife. Renting out a car would be the best way to tour the city, especially if you are with your family. Single visitors would feel better if they go around on foot.  
For sightseeing to happen in a peculiar way, the popular Conch Train Tour could provide you with a leisurely ride around the city. Visitors would thank this engineering marvel of Henry Flagger as they ride the Conch Train and peek at the lives and contributions of John James Audubon, and Ernest Hemingway.