Comprised of six islands that is situated between the wilderness of Everglades National Park in one direction and North America's only coral barrier reef and the deep blue waters of the Florida Straits in the other.

It includes Plantation Key, Windley Key, Upper Matecumbe Key, Lower Matecumbe Key and the offshore islands of Indian Key and Lignumvitae Key.

Islamorada boasts the largest Sport Fishing Fleet, giving its name of "Sport Fishing Capital of the World". But there is much more then fishing. Snorkel or scuba dive on the coral barrier reef. Feed the tarpon at Robbie's. Swim with the dolphins at the Theater of the Sea. Walk Sea Oats Beach or catch some sun at Ann's Beach. Kayak through the mangroves or paddle over to Indian Key Historic State Park and Lignumvitae Key Botanical State Park that offers visitors a glimpse into Florida's unique island history dating back to the  1800's.

Long Key State Park, visitors kick back or walk along lush, tropical nature trails. At Windley Key Fossil Reef Geological State Park, you can view an old quarry dug by the late Henry Flagler's railroad workers.

Enjoy the local island cuisine  headlined by succulent fresh seafood served everywhere from island tiki bars and dockside fish houses to gourmet beachfront cafes and secluded island bistros. There are many area boutiques and galleries for those that like to shop.

Islamorada is midway between Miami and Key West. A great spot to explore all the Keys.

Keys Condo Retreat

Islamorada "Villiage of Islands"

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