Only half an hour south of Key Largo, this is a chain of islands measuring only 20 miles long. The small group is known as the “sports fishing capital of the world,” so for avid adventurers and sports enthusiasts, this is a must-stop spot.

Islamorada Robbie's Tarpon

Robbies Tarpon

Robbie’s of Islamorada is a popular locale, as guests can purchase buckets of bait to feed the famous tarpon from the docks, as well as plan snorkeling trips and excursions to nearby Lignumvitae Key Botanical State Park and Indian Key Historic State Park. If you think you may need a break from the (awesome) seafood on the Keys, you can visit the tasty M.E.A.T Eatery and Taproom on Islamorada; we recommend the truffle fries, a burger, and a craft beer for a nice change of pace.

Casa Morada

Casa Morada

Our Hotel Pick: Casa Morada (pictured)

Source: 5 Must-Stop Island Spots in the Florida Keys

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