Islamorada - A Florida Keys Treasure
Islamorada is the “Sportfishing Capital of the World”. It is titled this because of the abundance of sea life found in it’s beautiful turquoise waters. Islamorada in the Florida Keys is positioned amongst the waters of the Florida Bay, Gulf of Mexico, and the Atlantic Ocean. It is home to nearly every species of salt water fish found in the western half of the Earth.
Fishing the amazingly rich waters of Islamorada and the Florida Keys can be successfully done all year, especially with the guidance of professional fishing charters. It doesn’t matter whether you prefer deep sea fishing in the offshore waters, fishing the incredible reefs and wrecks, or opting for the quiet back country waters. There is always good fishing to be found. The captains of the Catchalottafish and All Lit Up fishing charters of the Florida Keys Fishing Company are some of the best in the business. Captain James, Captain Ross, and Captain “Kiki” Ferrer will get you to the fish every time.
Islamorada offers adventure for your entire family. There are a multitude of parks and beaches to enjoy, sites to see, and activities to keep everyone excited. Those who have come to enjoy the gorgeous blue waters of Islamorada and the Florida Keys, there are beautiful white sand beaches, amazing scuba dives down to some of the most amazing wrecks and reefs in the world, and world class fishing of course. Islamorada also offers many stunningly beautiful parks and nature preserves with adventurous hiking trails. Library Beach Park, Anne’s Beach, Founder’s Park, Plantation Tropical Preserve, and Green Turtle Hammock Nature Preserve are just a handful. These parks and nature preserves offer incredible sites, a rich history, and amazing wildlife.
Vacationers in search of an awesome shopping experience will love Islamorada. There are many shops with unique items to spark your interest. If you like shopping the bigger stores, there is a Bass Pro Shops here in Islamorada as well. This store is located at the World Wide Sportsman’s Bayside Marina.