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Key West’s Most Instagrammable Locations
Travel Inspiration February 25th, 2019

Key West’s Most Instagrammable Locations

Love it or hate it, one of the biggest perks of Instagram today is having access to your own permanent photo diary of some of your favorite moments. Perfect for documenting your travels, you can showcase your favorite destinations and discover new ones all on this social media platform. Travel to Key West and you’ll have plenty of Insta-worthy photo-ops. From beach scenes to local landmarks, explore the most Instagrammable Key West photo spots below.

Southernmost Point Buoy

Bright colors and beautiful ocean views surround this iconic Key West landmark. Get camera ready when you stop by the Southernmost Point Buoy. Made of concrete, this popular local attraction marks the southernmost point of the continental U.S and is a can’t miss stop on your photo tour of the Keys.

Mile Marker 0

Part of the massive U.S. 1 Highway responsible for connecting most eastern cities, Mile Marker 0 is among the most photographed attractions in Key West. Prove to your friends and family that you made it to the literal end of the road at this popular destination. Find Mile Marker Zero on the corner of Whitehead and Fleming Streets.ey West Lighthouse

Set against vibrant blue skies and lush greenery, the bright white Key West Lighthouse stands out against local landscape. Curate the perfect beach town aesthetic on your feed at this historic Key West photo spot.

Key West Lighthouse

Set against vibrant blue skies and lush greenery, the bright white Key West Lighthouse stands out against local landscape. Curate the perfect beach town aesthetic on your feed at this historic Key West photo spot.

Donielle // Flickr

Mallory Square

A local hotspot for shopping and dining, Mallory Square also offers visitors a picturesque setting showcasing classic Key West. From the historic storefronts to breathtaking ocean views, you’ll be snapping pictures every few steps during your visit. Be sure to stick around and capture photos of one of Mallory Square’s famous sunsets.

Dry Tortugas

Worthy of a day trip, Dry Tortugas is a small group of islands home to the massive Fort Jefferson. Only accessible by boat or seaplane, this Florida Keys destination features some of the most beautiful landscapes in the Keys. With crystal clear blue waters and a diverse collection of coral reefs, there is no shortage of Instagram-worthy photo opportunities at Dry Tortugas.

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