A JEWEL OCEANFRONT RESORT IN
Take in one spectacular sunset and you’ll understand why Spanish explorers named this slice of paradise “Islamorada,” meaning “purple island.” Disappear into a tropical sanctuary of swaying palms, exotic plants and sparkling shoreline that’s only 90 miles south of Miami, yet feels entire worlds away.
THE FLORIDA KEYS
Decades of elite travelers have made Islamorada their second home, and it’s easy to see why. Islamorada will leave you with lifelong memories and a special tie to the Florida Keys way of life.
WORLD FAMOUS FLORIDA KEYS
Boasting America’s only living coral barrier reef and over 500 species of fish, it’s no wonder why Islamorada is world-renowned for storied sport-fishing adventures. Trolling for big game along the Gulf Stream, novices and experts alike will find excitement at every turn.
The backcountry consists of many small to large Florida Bay mangrove islands. Backcountry fishing, or inshore fishing, offers the light tackle and fly fishing enthusiast a chance to capture an amazing variety of gamefish.
Charter boat captain Matt Pribyl offers his expertise and guidance to the area’s most prized fishing locations. Contact him today to set up an unforgettable adventure of your very own!
DISCOVER THE BEAUTY
Islamorada is the ideal island for divers and snorkelers who want to explore an exciting underwater world, teeming with tropical fish and colorful coral reefs. Ranging from live reefs and mini walls to shipwrecks and an underwater habitat for scientific research, the Aquarius, divers won’t be disappointed.
FUN ON THE WATER
Water is a way of life in the Keys, making it no wonder why visitors simply want to kayak, kiteboard, and stand up paddleboard (SUP) all day. Islamorada offers an abundance of watersports that provide hours upon hours of excitement for couples, friends, and families looking to spend an afternoon or entire day out on the water.
Whether you’re looking to discover sly crocodiles, friendly dolphin pods, gentle manatees, or bright pink flamingos, it’s easy to explore Islamorada’s wilderness on in and above the water, and on dry land.