Although the beach was tiny, and you can't swim because the water doesn't get deep until you're way, way out, there are kyaks to use, if you're so inclined. It's a good place for little children because it offers a lot of shallow water.
Our group spent a most delightful day under a broad Palapa (thatched shade structure), with comfortable lounge chairs and delicious drinks that kept on coming! Jaime's amazing food selections for lunch were to die for, and included a fried shrimp taco that was simply out of this world! We'd recommend Jaime and Nohoch Kay! It's only about 10 to 15 minutes from the ship by cab.
We did the whole circuit first, then went around again and stopped where we wanted, including Harry Truman's Little White House. The drivers were delightful ... very knowledgable and seemed engaged in what they were doing. We appreciated their enthusiasm for the history of Key West and learned a lot.
Food was fabulous at the Conch Republic Seafood Company, near stop eight of the Trolley tour. Try the cracked conch as an appetizer, it tastes like a chewier version of calamari, but was delicious. And, the Cuban sandwich there was the best I've ever tasted. Oh yeah, and the Pina Coladas are amazing!