|Popular in||December||High demand for flights, 5% potential price rise|
|Cheapest in||February||Best time to find cheap flights, 4% potential price drop|
|Average price||£422||Average for round-trip flights in September 2021|
|Round-trip from||£387||From London to Florida Keys|
Information is based on travel restrictions for travel to Florida Keys within the United States
Most visitors from USA will not be allowed to enter Florida Keys.
COVID-19 testing requirements
Visitors from USA must present a negative RT-PCR (NAAT) or Antigen (quick-test) test taken 72 hours before departing to Florida Keys.
Visitors from USA are not required to quarantine after entering Florida Keys.
Returning to USA from Florida Keys
COVID-19 testing requirements
Visitors from Florida Keys must present a negative RT-PCR (NAAT) or Antigen (quick-test) test taken 72 hours before departing to USA.
Visitors from Florida Keys are not required to quarantine after entering USA.
LON - EYW
£384 - £869
25 - 33 °C
29 - 167 mm
Palm trees, snorkelling, coral reefs and Jimmy Buffet – just a few of the things synonymous with the Florida Keys. An archipelago of more than 1,000 islands, the Florida Keys is the prime resort destination spot for Americans. The six main islands welcome travellers all year-round who book flights to the Florida Keys for a warm-weather getaway or a bit of relaxation from the hectic nature of everyday life.
First stop: Key Largo. Take a dive in the crystal-blue waters or hire a guided tour to explore some of the century-old wreckages.
Just south of Key Largo is the island of Islamorada. Most travellers will opt to sail to Islamorada, as opposed to fly to this Florida Key island, because of its vast fishing opportunities.
Marathon Key is the middle-most island known to many travellers as the “resort key.” Further south are the Lower Florida Keys, where “laid back” takes on an entirely other meaning.
Boating is the number one attraction at Big Pine Key, while snorkelling and diving take the lead in Looe Key.
Likely the most popular island is Key West, the last of the big islands and the most visited by travellers booking cheap Florida Keys flights for a drink in Margaritaville.
Parrotheads flock to Key West, the home of Jimmy Buffet, to walk the pristine beaches before heading to beachside pubs and lounges, where the singer is known to partake in a few impromptu performances.
Whether you’re in the mood for world-class fishing or a cheeseburger in paradise, hop a flight to the Florida Keys and escape everyday life, if only for a weekend.
The Florida Keys is a year-round travel destination known for its warmth, sunshine and near-perfect beach weather. Travel to the Florida Keys is most popular November to February when Northern Americans are looking to escape the frigid winter cold. But this is also when flights to the Florida Keys are most expensive.For cheap flights to the Florida Keys, book your Florida Keys travel during June-August and September-November. The weather is still warm and pleasant but the threat of hurricanes during this time is present.
November to February and March-May are the busiest times in the Florida Keys. The weather is warm, the sun is shining and the beaches are packed with people looking to thaw-out from the cold winter air. The Florida Keys is also a big Spring Break destination so be prepared for crowded Florida Keys flights and hotels if you’re traveling during this time.
Smart Floridians know to head to the Florida Keys June-August to “cool off” from the hot and humid air inland. But this is also hurricane season (August – November) so the weather can change in a second. However, it’s likely you’ll find cheap flights to the Florida Keys and discounted hotels and resorts during these months, when the peak tourist season has ended.
The best way to explore the Florida Keys is by car, but the Overseas Highway can be extremely busy, particularly at weekends and over holiday periods, so patience is required. This is the only main road in and out of the Keys. In Key West, parking can be difficult; park-and-ride shuttles and taxis are available and recommended.
Buses are available as well. The Dade-Monroe Express bus runs from Key Marathon to Florida City, offering round trips on the hour and stopping on demand. Greyhound runs a Keys shuttle bus several times a day between Miami International Airport, stopping at all major points along the Keys.
Cycling is a pleasant way to explore the individual Keys, and scooter rentals are also popular.