Now that you’ve landed the ultimate prize, come on down to Islamorada and discover a totally different kind of give-and-take relationship. After all, this is Islamorada, otherwise known as the Sport Fishing Capital of The World.
Just think about it. Two oceans brimming with some of the world’s most sought after gamefish, including marlin, tuna and dolphin. And take a shot at a grand slam out in the backcountry, tracking down elusive permit, tarpon and bonefish.
The astounding variety of fish thriving in the waters of Islamorada makes this a favorite spot for divers, too. Amazingly, you can even catch fish on dry land, like the amazing acrobatic dolphins and other deep sea stars at the Theater of The Sea on Windley Key. Or cast your sight at the colorful collection of arts, crafts and other island treasures in the shops and galleries at Rain Barrel, on nearby Plantation Key.
Perhaps you’d like to pick your own camping site, grab a fishing pole and kick back at Long Key State Park. Or explore the wild tamarind groves and Mexican sisals planted by Henry Perrine in Indian Key Historical Site. And if you feel daring, drop by Lignumvitae Botanical Site and ascend to the highest elevation in all The Keys – a dizzying 18 feet.
To learn more about Islamorada or anything else here, stop by the Chamber of Commerce at mile marker 82.1. Or dial 1-800-FAB-KEYS. You can also e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org and visit our website www.fla-keys.com/islamorada/weddings/
Professional fishing guides will help you catch a trophy in the “Sport Fishing Capital of the World.”
Dive or snorkel among stunning coral reefs, shipwrecks and a huge population of tropical marine life.
Dine on delicious fresh seafood in everything from tiki bars and beachfront cafes to gourmet island bistros.
Art, clothing and unique gifts can be found in many local boutiques and galleries.
Discover unique experiences and adventures as a couple or the whole wedding party with guided tours.