Islamorada

Things to do in Islamorada

The history of Islamorada has always been tied to the seas. Many excellent tours are available from different vendors. Whether ambling along via bicycle along or touring by watercraft there are so many things to do in Islamorada to explore these beautiful islands.

If you’re wondering what to do in Islamorada with the family, try the dolphin shows at Theater of the Sea. Travelers can also spend time at the many state parks, and the Indian Key State Historic Site and the History of Diving Museum are two places you must not miss.

Anne’s Beach is also a lovely destination. Stroll down the boardwalk, and don’t forget to bring along a tasty lunch to enjoy at the picnic area. There are several excellent beaches in Islamorada, including Founders Park Beach, which is a great place to collect shells and see other marine species.

Get a glimpse at the ruins of an early European settlement and some secluded waterfront sands.

Book a snorkeling trip à deux to view a multicolored swirl of marine life and the 136-year-old lighthouse.

Feeding the tarpon ($3 for a bucket of bait) off the dock of this water-sports center is a Keys rite of passage.

Just off the Overseas Highway, Robbie’s Marina is a boat rental and tour company cantilevered over the Florida Bay waters. Possible activities include deep-sea fishing, kayaking through the mangroves, and snorkeling in the nation’s largest barrier reef.

Resting within the central Floriday Keys, Lignumvitae Key Botanical State Park is home to one of the Key's last tropical hardwood hammock forests. William J.