Islamorada consists of four islands in the Upper Florida Keys south and west of Key Largo, encompassing Plantation Key, Windley Key, Upper Matecumbe Key and Lower Matecumbe plus the offshore islands of Indian Key and Lignumvitae Key. These are all great destinations for Islamorada vacation rentals.
Known as the “Village of Islands”, Islamorada is also often called the “sport fishing capital of the world.” Aqua blue waters, shallow reefs, abundant coral and wildlife make Islamorada any water sport lover’s paradise. Visitors can easily pursue all watersport recreational activities including snorkeling and scuba diving the reef and wrecks, kayaking and windsurfing, power boating and sailing. Perhaps the world’s highest density of professional offshore charter boats can be found here where backcountry sport fishing and saltwater fly fishing were pioneered.
Beyond fishing and water sports, Islamorada offers visitors tranquil, white sand beaches and a variety of diversions such as waterfront dining, an active nightlife and music scene, and attractions with historical interest. The only way to experience these activities to their full extent is through the use of Islamorada vacation rentals.
Islamorada to Key West: 1.75 hours
Islamorada to Big Pine Key: 1.25 hours
Islamorada to Marathon: 35 minutes
Islamorada to Key Largo: 25 minutes
Islamorada to Miami International Airport: 2.25 hours
Islamorada to Ft. Lauderdale International Airport: 2.5 hours
Islamorada’s average temperature ranges between 79 and 90 degrees in July and August, the two warmest months, and 62 to 75 degrees in January, the coolest month of the year.
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