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About Islamorada

Islamorada consists of a “Village of Islands” spread out over six islands in the Florida Keys. Surrounded by cerulean ocean waters and soft sands, this destination is a tropical paradise for those looking to get away from it all. Stay in oceanfront Islamorada vacation rentals for the ultimate convenience during your beach getaway.

Climate

With a tropical climate and daytime temperatures that rarely dip below the 70s (F), Islamorada is a fantastic vacation spot any time of the year. During the summer, temperatures typically hover in the upper 80s, and the ocean waters provide a refreshing respite. Pack lots of sunscreen as the sun’s rays are much stronger than they are in northern parts of the U.S. Wintertime brings temperatures in the 70s – cool by Florida standards, but still comfortably warm for vacationers from other parts of the country.

Transit 

Islamorada is best traveled by car or boat. Fly into Miami International Airport or Key West International Airport then rent a car to travel to Islamorada. The island roads are scenic and views from the bridges connecting each island are breathtaking. Just keep in mind that speed limits are strictly enforced in the Florida Keys. Once you’ve arrived, ditch the car and island hop via boat. Rent a boat from Islamorada Watersports Company and spend time cruising the pristine waters.

Things to Do

Islamorada is well-known as the sport fishing capital of the world, and the surrounding ocean and shallow bays teem with a variety of fish, including sailfish, bonefish, swordfish, marlin and tarpon. Embark on a fishing charter led by a knowledgeable captain from Sea Horse Private Charters or Drop Back Fishing Charters for a fun day out on the water. If you’d rather stay on land, explore try fly fishing in the backcountry.

There’s much to see and do in Islamorada besides fishing, though. Soak up sun with the family at Anne’s Beach. Here, there are many coves along the white sands, making it easy to find a quiet, private for the family, and the surrounding mangroves provide an ideal setting to observe Florida marine life. The beach also has shallow waters, and it is a popular destination for kite-boarders. Visit the Theater of the Sea, so everyone can swim with dolphins, interact with sea lions and turtles, and enjoy live snorkeling tours that the park provides.
 
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