Top Key West Sandbars & How To Get There
Key West is known for it’s beautiful sandbars with white sandy beaches and crystal clear turquois waters. If you are not familiar with the water ways here it could be near impossible for you to get to experience these bucket-list adventures. Check out below for a quick guide to the top sandbars and how to get there.
Mud Keys Sandbar: The Most Scenic Sandbar
The sandbar located within the hidden mangroves of Mud Keys is by far the most scenic of Key West’s sandbars. This secluded location has multiple sandbars for you to explore.
Jewfish Basin Sandbar: The All Inclusive Sandbar Experience
The sandbar at Jewfish Basin is just a 7 mile ride north of Key West and is one of the most popular sandbar hangout destinations. The tricky shallow water route deters many boats however it is well worth your search. Alleviate any worry and join us on our Ultimate Sandbar Adventure Trip, which will safely guide you to this local paradise and includes food and drinks.
Boca Chica Sandbar: Key West’s Closest Sandbar
Boca Chica sandbar is the closest & most convenient sandbar location in Key West. This sandbar has beautiful turquoise shallow waters year round.
Snipes Point Sandbar: The White Sand Beach Sandbar
Snipes Point is known for it’s endless beautiful white sand beaches. This location is home of the world famous tree swing which travelers come from around the world to photograph this location.
- How to get to Snipes Point sandbar: Rent A Boat
Boca Grande Sandbar: The Local’s Hangout
Boca Grande is the furthest and remote sandbar destination from Key West. Boca Grande the westernmost and largest island in the Mule Keys about 14 miles away from Key West.
- How to get to Boca Grande sandbar: Rent A Boat With A Guide