Every place should celebrate sunsets like Key West.
In the Conch Republic, sunsets are not just something that happens without notice. You don’t spend it in a t-shirt or souvenir shop, a restaurant or chiling back at the hotel.
Or even a bar (and just about everything in Key West revolves around spending time in a bar).
In Key West, sunsets are a daily ritual, a spiritual experience that truly celebrates the end of the day and the beginning of the night. And that experience is NOT to be missed.
It’s more than just the sunset, too. It’s a show. Vegas would be jealous.
Mallory Square provides the platform and there you will find artists, musicians, dancers, jugglers, comedians and magicians. And all the very interesting characters of Key West that make this such an interesting and unique place.
It’s all a free show and adding to the scenery are saiboats that seem to go through the view just as the sun is burning into the sea.
You simply cannot go to Key West without experiencing a sunset at Mallory Square.