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Experience a little culture on your gaycation.
This historic building has served as the winter White House of President Truman and is now a public, living museum as well as a governmental retreat.
Ernest Hemingway lived and wrote here for more than ten years. And he had some crazy-footed pussies running around. A must see.
Not that South Beach. But it is a warm sandy beach that’s a favorite with locals. The waters shallow, so you don’t even have to pretend to swim.
This beach is man-made, but don’t let that stop you from enjoying the half mile of beach, bike paths, and a plethora of sports.
This is a great place to chill out, as the name implies. There’s soft sand and natural vegetation. If you fish, come here to do it off the White Street Pier.
This wide, sandy beach has a long wooden pier. If that’s not suggestive enough for you, they also have a variety of available watersports.
Take one of the ghost tours and learn about Key West’s haunted past. If you dare.
Not the “hey you, hop on” you might be wanting, but it’s fun nonetheless. This tour is a fabulous way to see the sights and meet other gays and lesbians.
Also known as Elizabeth Taylor beach, cause it’s so gay. It’ll cost you, but it is arguably the best beach in Key West if you don’t mind rocks.
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And let’s be honest, that’s pretty darn gay.