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Known as the “Village of Islands”, Islamorada, FL, is a dream destination for outdoor enthusiasts located directly between Key West and Miami.

Islamorada, Florida, Visitors Guide

With a history dating back to Spanish exploration, Islamorada, FL, is teeming with the eclectic culture of the Florida Keys. Comprised of five islands including Plantation Key and Tea Table Key, this tropical paradise beckons extreme travelers with activities including Deep Sea Fishing, Scuba Diving, and Lobster Fishing.

If you aren't in the mood for extreme sports, you can relax and enjoy the exceptional parks and beaches built and maintained by Islamorada Public Works. Founders Park, Anne’s Beach, Plantation Hammock Preserve, and several other incredible parks offer a variety of amenities including overlooks, boardwalks, dog-friendly beaches, and even kayak launches!

Islamorada is located along the Overseas Highway, a 113-mile highway that extends through the Florida Keys. Parts of the highway were built in place of the historic Overseas Railroad, and the famous stretch of road is known worldwide for its stunning views of crystal-clear water and exotic wildlife. Stretching from Miami to Key West, the Overseas Highway is the only mode of ground transportation through the Keys with the drive lasting approximately 4 hours.

What is Islamorada Known for

Founders Park, Natural Beaches, Scenic Overlooks, Spiny Lobster Sport Season, Plantation Yacht Harbor Marina, Deep Sea Fishing, World-Class Snorkel and Scuba

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