Located between Miami and Key West, Islamorada is a village comprising six of the Florida Keys. Islamorada is a great place to stop for a day trip from Miami or Key West if you are looking for a variety of water activities, history, and delicious local cuisine. Islamorada vacation rentals provide a fun-filled day of activities and exploration.
Islamorada's most well-known landmark is the privately owned and operated Theater of the Sea. Visitors can see bottlenose dolphins, sea lions, rays, and even parrots at the sanctuary, which protects them and educates and entertains them. Swimming with dolphins, getting up close to sea lions and turtles, taking a boat tour of the lagoon are just a few activities you may enjoy.
You must visit Anne's Beach, named for a local environmentalist, during your stay in Islamorada. Mangrove trees border the beach, lined with white sand and a calm sea.
Only a boat can get you to this state park on a small island. During the Florida Keys' golden age of wrecking in the nineteenth century, the Indian Key was the epicenter of a prosperous wrecking community. Kayak is a great way to see the many ruins that have been left behind by the people who formerly lived in the area.
At Robbie's of Islamorada, it is easy to lose track of time. You may take part in an exhilarating tarpon feeding experience at the facility.
Between Key West and Miami, there is just one downtown area: the six-block Morada Way Arts & Cultural District. The Green Turtle Inn and the Hurricane Monument may be found at each end of the street. The complex's main avenue, Morada Way, was built with artists and tourists in mind and served as a safe haven for both. If such is the case, you will be free to go from one shop to the next and admire artwork — possibly even purchasing some of it!