A Number of Things to Do in Islamorada and the Keys
Discover the Islands
The mystique of the Keys has been entrancing people for decades. A tropical paradise rich with towering palms, lush greenery, turquoise waters and an abundance of wildlife, Islamorada is an exotic escape. Many have heard the island’s siren song, from Zane Grey and Ernest Hemingway to Harry Truman and George H.W. Bush. Today, there are still a number of things to do in Islamorada and the rest of the keys, ensuring your stay at Cheeca Lodge is a memorable one.
Known as the Sportfishing Capital of the World, Islamorada is home to some incredible fishing. Located at the intersection of the Atlantic, the Gulfstream, the Gulf of Mexico, and Florida Bay, this fishing mecca boasts over 500 species of fish. From bonefish to tarpon to grouper, the fish are limitless. Whether you charter a boat from one of the nearby marinas or simply fish off our 525-foot pier, your fishing experience will be unforgettable.
There is much more to do in Islamorada besides fishing. From watersports such as sea kayaking and snorkeling to exploring the nearby island and artist’s community on bicycle, the activities available on Islamorada will keep you busy from sunrise to sunset. In between activities, sample the local flavor at nearby restaurants for some of the freshest seafood you’ll ever have.
Use our Florida Keys travel guide to discover Islamorada, then make your reservations today.