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Rest Beach of Key West, Florida

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Distance from city center: 0.5mi
norfolkjon's pictureby norfolkjon Beaches travel tip
added on the 16th of September, 2010
Beaches are for lazing around, getting tanned and swimming in the sea. For families it is the best place, where children can play all day long, build sandcastles, run around and have fun.

For us, the Rest Beach was superb. The sand was smooth, the sun was warm, there are picnic tables if you don;t want to eat on the sand, and restroom in walking distances. After a few tiring days of exploration we spent a whole day just doing nothing! :) It was marvelous!

White St, Key West, FL 33040, USA


Opening Hours:
There is no restriction on opening, closing hours.

How to get there:
South on Atlantic Blv. turn left to White Peer Street. Rest Beach will be on your left.

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