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Florida Keys Timeshares

As the preferred stomping ground of artists like singer-songwriter Jimmy Buffet and Nobel Prize winner Ernest Hemingway, you know there's something special about the Florida Keys. Often referred to as the American Caribbean, the Keys are the embodiment of vacation heaven. In fact, it's so wonderful here, you'll undoubtedly want to return every year. Luckily, there are hundreds of Florida timeshare resales and rentals available throughout the Keys. If you plan to return to the Keys annually, purchasing timeshare resale is likely the best option for you. Unlike traditional vacation properties, with timeshare you only pay for weeks you actually use, meaning you'll pay a fraction of the cost to vacation in your dream destination yearly. In addition, the nature of timeshare dictates that costs be split among owners, so the maintenance costs are lower. And if you're thinking you won't have a fantastic selection of accommodations to choose from with Florida timeshare, you'd be seriously mistaken. Key West and Key Largo timeshares range from deluxe units in world-class resorts to authentic villas and restored historic homes.

With Key Largo timeshares you'll be able to revisit a world-class scuba diving destination every year. Home to the John Pennekamp Coral Reef Underwater State Park - the nation's first underwater park - as well as 600 species of tropical fish, it's an experience you won't soon forget. Traveling with young children? Glass bottom boat rides are a great alternative for families. Or you might choose Key West timeshare. Start with a trolley tour; the drivers are veritable mines of knowledge when it comes to Key West's history, and they'll help you select sites to view later. Visit the Mel Fisher Maritime Museum, which displays treasures recovered from ship wrecks; or Ernest Hemingway's former home, a must-see for lovers of literature and cats (the museum is home to descendants of Hemingway's famous polydactyl cats - that means they have more than the usual number of toes!)

Timeshare units are great for couples and families, because they range from one to three bedrooms and most include a full kitchen so you can prepare meals. Timeshares also include many extra amenities, possibly including laundry facilities, private balconies, and jacuzzis. At your resort you might discover swimming pools, spa services, beach access, on-site water activities, boat rentals, restaurants, auto rental, and the comfort of 24 hour security and maintenance staff.

Not ready to buy? Renting timeshare gives you access to all these benefits without long-term commitment. And timeshare rentals generally cost hundreds less than similar quality hotel rooms, so you'll have extra cash to spend during your Keys vacation!

One thing is certain: once you come to the Florida Keys, you'll never want to leave. Here you'll find the height of tropical paradise paired with a laid-back mentality. And like Buffet, you might find yourself "Strummin' on my six-string / On my front porch swing," lazily watching the days pass in sunny luxury and comfort.


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