'Broken Glass' actually refers to some old history here. (The locals now refer to it as Sea Glass Beach) Believe it or not, there was a dump right there way back in the day. The discarded glass broke and ended up there. The dump was cleaned up but today, you can now find some neat sea-glass...

“There is so much sea glass on this beach you can literally lay down and make glass angels in it. ” in 92 reviews “ Go when it is low tide which you should research since the times will be different depending on the seasons. ” in 49 reviews

This was part of a Key West Excursion - Conch tour Train and Glass Bottom Boat Tour. This boat goes out about 6 miles and stops on a reef. You can see all kinds of fish and the tour guide talks about the coral and sea life.