July 30 2015
Welcome to Islamorada Florida
Our goal here at islamoradainfo.com is to make planning
your stay in the Florida keys island village of Islamorada as easy and enjoyable
Click on the links
at the left to investigate a specific heading. From there you
will find links and information on vacation lodging accommodations
hotels and vacation rentals, backcountry flats and offshore fishing charters along with fishing reports and much more.
Sunset and eco boat tours, marinas, diving,
water sports, local gift shops, dining, and real estate plus local emergency
phone numbers, municipal information and general points of interest for the upper Florida
you are planning a vacation to the Florida Keys, consider the
village of Islamorada as your destination. Our town is changing
rapidly but you can still get a feel for the laid back attitude
that has made the keys such a great escape from the stress and
busy lifestyles of the mainland.
Vacationers and residents of Islamorada have more than our fair share of fun. As soon as you get here you will feel your shoulders relax and notice that you are taking slow, deep breaths. That is the calm ambience taking over. Enjoy it; it comes naturally.
To go along with the tranquil aura, is a friendly atmosphere that is getting harder and harder to find these days. Perhaps it’s the breathtaking scenery or the crisp, clean air. Either way Islamorada is an ideal getaway.
We aren’t all about relaxing though. As I said, fun is a real priority. Fishing is a common source of excitement. Set out on a forty-footer in search of Sailfish, Wahoo, Marlin or Tuna. There is some great Diving to be had along the only coral reef in the continental U.S. too.
After a full day of sunshine, warm sea breezes, cold drinks and incredible cuisine there are many island vacation rentals by owner to accommodate you.
Book the perfect Florida Vacation Rental as the first step to a perfect vacation escape. Situated around parks and marinas, natural beauty is literally out the front door of your house or condo. Come experience the pristine landscape and unrivaled atmosphere of Islamorada for yourself.
Bring your family,
or lover and escape to the Florida Keys
where enjoying life is the order of the day and having fun
a real priority. The tropical weather and the beautiful waters
that surround our islands are the main ingredients in a sweet
recipe. So whatever your taste, you and your family
are sure to find a slice
paradise here in the Florida Keys village of Islamorada.
do your part to preserve the natural beauty and wildlife of
the Florida Keys and the township of Islamorada. Come and enjoy!
A Brief Discription
The Florida Keys are an archipelago or cluster of about 1700 islands in the extreme southeast of the United States. The Keys extend from the southeastern Florida peninsula near Miami, run south and then curve west to Key West, and out to the uninhabited Dry Tortugas.
The average temperature in the Florida Keys for January is 74 degrees. Temperatures in the daytime & nighttime differ only about 10 degrees. In fact, being surrounded on water, the Florida Keys have a very temperate climate. Much more so that the Florida mainland.
There is no known record of frost, ice, sleet, or snow. Fog is rare.
The islands lie in the Florida Straits, dividing the Atlantic Ocean to the east from the Gulf of Mexico to the west, and creating Florida Bay. At the nearest point, the southern tip of Key West is just 90 miles (145 km) from Cuba.
Key Biscayne is actually attached at the north end to the mainland, and is therefore not considered part of the Keys by some Floridians. It is, however, part of the same geological formation, atop which sits coral rock islands, as well as partly-submerged mangrove islands.
The city of Key West is the county seat of Monroe County, which covers mostly the Everglades on the mainland, and all of the islands from Key Largo south and west.
Islamorada, "Village of Islands" is a village located in Monroe County, Florida and is part of the chain of islands know as "the Upper Florida Keys". Within this chain, Islamorada encompasses: Plantation Key, Windley Key, Upper Matecumbe Key, and Lower Matecumbe.
As of the 2000 census, the village had a total population of 6,846. As of 2004, the population recorded by the U.S. Census Bureau is 6,772 . The name "Islamorada", meaning "purple isle", comes from early Spanish explorers in the area.
Your worst enemy can not harm you as much as your own thoughts, unguarded
from the DHAMMAPADA