Nestled in Key Largo, the easy Florida Keys.

Dolphin Point Villas is ideally located in sunny Key Largo, often called the gateway to the Florida Keys. If you’re driving from Miami or its international airport, you’ll likely be here in just over an hour. Which is rather remarkable considering once you arrive it’ll feel as though you’ve traveled a million miles away (give or take).

Better yet, while Dolphin Point Villas is quietly tucked away in a secluded bayfront setting, we’re also just a short drive from the best dining, entertainment and recreational opportunities in the upper Keys. Indeed, you enjoy the best of both worlds – a quiet, uncrowded escape that couldn’t be any more convenient.

Restaurants

Restaurants

Just because you have a fully equipped kitchen doesn’t mean you’ll always want to be cooking. After all, you’re on vacation. Luckily, you’ll find some of the best restaurants in the Florida Keys right around the corner from Dolphin Point Villas. From rustic local favorites serving up deep-fried conch fritters and awesome fish dip, to tropically elegant restaurants where the menu might include fresh seafood with a Caribbean fusion twist. The choices are many and they’re just a few minutes away.

Fishing and Water Sports

Fishing and Water Sports

The Florida Keys are home to some of the best offshore and backcountry fishing in the world, and we’re pretty good friends with some of best captains in town. We’ll gladly help you book the perfect fishing charter. For all you diving and snorkeling enthusiasts, John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park is just down the road. Hop on a dive boat. Go for a glass-bottom boat ride. Or, rent a kayak and explore the tranquil mangrove waterways. Thrill seekers, let us hook you up with the best parasailing, kiteboarding, and Wave Runner operations in Key Largo.

Parks

Parks

One of the best ways to enjoy the Florida Keys is to visit one of the area’s amazing parks. If you love the water, check out America’s first underwater park, John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park. Join one of the daily snorkeling or diving trips. Paddle through mangrove trails in a kayak or canoe. Or, just hang out on the beach and enjoy the great outdoors. At Dagny Johnson Key Largo Hammock Botanical Park, you can explore one of the largest hammocks of West Indian tropical hardwoods in the United States. Bird enthusiasts will enjoy the Laura Quinn Wild Bird Sanctuary, where injured birds find a safe, natural and protected home.