Cedar Key represents a slice of old Florida, with a low-season population of around 900 and a two-lane road leading on and off the Key. Cedar Key is off the beaten path, accessible by Route 24 along Florida’s Nature Coast. The small downtown offers boutique stores and is lined with meandering roads and century-old oak trees. Flocks of endangered spoonbills pass by to land on the nearby beach in time for a Floridian orange sunset. With plenty of private accommodation available, the small town is a place to connect with nature and slow down.