Best Vacation Home Deals in Marathon
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Recommended Vacation Rentals in Marathon
Rent a vacation accommodation in Marathon: from $106 per night
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Price and Availability Index in Marathon
Vacation Rental Price Information in Marathon
We analyzed price data and rendered them in this graph, which shows vacation rental prices for the next twelve months in Marathon. Marathon is more expensive in February (2/9 - 2/16), where prices are on average $578 a night. On the other hand, in September you will find the cheapest prices (9/7 - 9/14). Prices this week are on average $324 a night.
Rental Availability Information in Marathon
The availability graph shows the percentage of available rentals in Marathon. The most challenging week to find a rental in the next twelve months is in December (12/22 - 12/29). September (9/14 - 9/21) has got the highest percentage of available rentals.
The Weather in Marathon
Find the Marathon climate diagram. On average, the warmest month is July. However, temperatures can go lower than 64° in Marathon in January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is February.
Marathon's tropical delight await outside your vacation home
The Florida Keys are famous throughout the world for putting a smile on the faces of visitors who adore its sun drenched beaches, tropical forests and clear waters. Marathon is a picturesque, ten mile long city full of newly renovated facilities for fishing, diving, snorkeling and sailing. With a vacation rental here, you will never be far from the water.
Fresh fish, gigantic flavorsome shrimps and weighty, whistling lobsters await food fanatics. Snapped straight out of the ocean and onto your plate with only the necessities in between, the flavors speak for themselves. Succulent crab meat and delectable tuna steaks are the basis of some of the freshest and most delicious meals you're likely to taste anywhere.
Explore the underwater palace that is Sombrero Reef, the only living reef in North America. Just a few miles from the coast, reef dives are best undertaken when the weather is calm. The Florida Straits are full of tuna, dolphins and other marine life throughout the year. Boot Key Harbor, from which most sea sports kick off, is famous for its sunsets that gild the water and coast for a few minutes a day.
The key to Florida Keys
Crane Point Museum
These tropical woodlands contain hardwoods, including Lignum Vitae, Jamaican Dogwood and native thatch palms, that grow in no other place in the United States. Created in 1976 by a group of citizens determined to preserve the woodland known as hardwood hammocks, the nature trails and museum here are a fascinating insight into conservationism.
Dolphin Research Center
See dolphins and sea lions in their natural habitat on the coast at this educational research center. Watch the dolphins play in the water and even swim with them in specially designed pools. Leap like the dolphins at your chance to come face to face with these amazing animals.
Seven Mile Bridge
The longest oversea highway bridge, Seven Mile stretches between the islands of Florida Keys. Opened in 1982, the bridge has since featured in films including True Lies, 2 Fast 2 Furious, and James Bond - Licence to Kill. Every April a marathon is run over this scenic stretch of highway.
Curry Hammock State Park
This is the largest uninhabited area of land between Key Largo and Big Pine Key. Mangrove swamps, hammocks, and seagrasses vital to the local ecosystem are protected, but you can still kayak and paddleboard through this pristine stretch of land. On the ocean, windsurfers and kiteboarders make some spray.
The northernmost island in the Florida Keys archipelago, Grassy Key is named after one of the island's original settlers, rather than the grasses that (somewhat misleadingly) thrive on the coastal bluffs of this incredible natural beauty spot.
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