Insider’s Guide to Islamorada

Nestled toward the top of the Florida Keys lies Islamorada, a sport-fishing hotspot with a lot to offer in and out of the water. Named “purple isle” by its first inhabitants, Islamorada is undeniably captivating. A narrow spit of land surrounded by turquoise waters teeming with marine life, this key embraces the harmony between man & nature. Let us be your guide to properly embrace the island lifestyle that Islamorada has to offer.

Where to Stay

Setting the standard for luxury amongst Islamorada hotels, Cheeca Lodge offers endless relaxation and embraces the laid-back lifestyle of the surrounding area. With 27 lush tropical acres, Tahitian-style lagoon and waterfall, private 1,100-foot palm-fringed beach, 525-foot classic wooden fishing pier, beachfront Tiki bar, two pools, a 9-hole golf course, and a full line of land-based and watersports, Cheeca Lodge and Spa is the dream destination for your Islamorada vacation.

What to Do

Located in the Sportfishing Capital of the World, Cheeca Lodge is a premier destination for serious anglers. Charter a boat and find over 500 species of fish within minutes from shore. A host of other activities can be found at our Islamorada luxury resort, including snorkeling, sea kayaking, bicycling, and scuba diving.

Where to Eat Known for its upscale dining in a laid-back island setting, Chef Michael’s is a hit among the locals of Islamorada. Try Chef Michael’s delectable hogfish or the signature catch of the day. Looking for a beachfront setting to enjoy your meal? The Morada Beach Café offers light Mediterranean fare featuring an island-inspired menu of seafood and craft cocktails. Or opt for the best sushi and Japanese cuisine that Islamorada has to offer at Nikai Sushi Bar & Restaurant.  

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