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24 Apartments for rent in Islamorada, Village of Islands, FL

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75333 Overseas Highway
75333 Overseas Highway
Islamorada, Village of Islands, FL
3 Bedrooms
$15,000
2182 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 11:23 AM
Beautiful concrete oceanfront estate in Spend your vacation with endless water views and bask in natural light in every room.
1 Unit Available
87200 Overseas Highway
87200 Overseas Highway
Islamorada, Village of Islands, FL
2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
$2,300
1357 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 11:23 AM
Looking for a great location in Islamorada? Offering a 2 Bedrooms, Plus Loft, 1 1/2 Bath unit at Executive Bay Club. This unit includes utilities.
1 Unit Available
80639 Old Hwy
80639 Old Hwy
Islamorada, Village of Islands, FL
4 Bedrooms
$15,000
3282 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 11:22 AM
Maison residence 201is a brand new construction 4BR, 4.5 bath weekly, seasonal or annual rental available starting Feb 2021.
1 Unit Available
116 Anglers Way
116 Anglers Way
Islamorada, Village of Islands, FL
2 Bedrooms
$2,450
1944 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 11:22 AM
LISTED PRICE IS FOR A 7 DAY MIN. RENTAL PERIOD!! Come visit our furnished 2/2.
1 Unit Available
88181 Old Highway
88181 Old Highway
Islamorada, Village of Islands, FL
3 Bedrooms
$3,850
2000 sqft
Last updated March 20 at 05:29 AM
Neatly appointed 3BR/2BA Condo in Coral Harbour Club located at Mile Marker 88 on the oceanside, and arguably one of the most exclusive condominium communities in Islamorada.
Results within 1 mile of Islamorada, Village of Islands
1 Unit Available
189 El Capitan DR
189 El Capitan Drive
Monroe County, FL
3 Bedrooms
$5,500
Last updated August 16 at 10:37 PM
177 FT SHORELINE, EXTRA LARGE PRIVATE LOT WITH OWN SANDY BEACH FOR SWIMMING , SUPERB DEEP WATER DOCKAGE FOR 3 YACHTS PLUS DAVITS, DEEDED BAYBOTTOM RIGHTS, EXCEPTIONAL WATER VIEWS ON PROTECTED CAPTAIN'S COVE AND ATLANTIC OCEAN .
Results within 5 miles of Islamorada, Village of Islands
1 Unit Available
10 Meridian Avenue
10 Meridian Avenue
Key Largo, FL
2 Bedrooms
$2,600
768 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 11:23 AM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at 10 Meridian Avenue in Key Largo. View photos, descriptions and more!
1 Unit Available
106 Buttonwood Lane
106 Buttonwood Lane
Layton, FL
2 Bedrooms
$2,500
1045 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 11:23 AM
Large 2 bedroom, 2 Full Bathroom canal front home. Full Kitchen with living room and dining area. Large deck off the living area. 60' of dockage available. Outdoor storage area with washer and dryer. Lots of outdoor living space and large dock.
1 Unit Available
60 Central Avenue
60 Central Avenue
Key Largo, FL
2 Bedrooms
$3,500
824 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 11:23 AM
Ideal for your vacation. Beautiful, Peaceful, Private Key''s Rustic house, on stills, surrounded by trees. It feels like a cabin in the mountains, however you'll have a partial view of the Bay from the screened front porch.Enjoy beautiful Sunsets.
1 Unit Available
469 Beach Road
469 Beach Road
Tavernier, FL
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$2,200
988 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 11:23 AM
This beautiful spacious home is fully furnished and includes all utilities w/cap. Experience the relaxed lifestyle of the upper Florida Keys. The house is located at mile marker 92. It's off a quiet road near Harry Harris Park.
1 Unit Available
94825 Overseas Hwy
94825 Overseas Hwy
Key Largo, FL
3 Bedrooms
$4,300
1617 sqft
4 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 4 at 11:22 AM
New house totally of masonry including the roof. In the monthly payment of the rent is included a space in the marina for parking a boat.
1 Unit Available
500 Burton Dr 500 Burton Dr
500 Burton Drive
Tavernier, FL
2 Bedrooms
$3,200
Last updated December 4 at 11:22 AM
Partial Ocean View apartment in the corner. Complex has great amenities, including Swimming pool(heated) with Tennis Courts, Private Beach, clubhouse, with bar. Ocean access from Marina, boat dockage. Furniture included.
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Playa Apartments
21 First Ave
Key Largo, FL
1 Bedroom
$2,153
898 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,547
1014 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 06:21 AM
Embrace the Playa Life with a home designed to inspire an active mind and body. An elegant application of passion and elegance.
1 Unit Available
311 LITTLE MISS MUFFETT Lane
311 Little Miss Muffet Lane
Key Largo, FL
3 Bedrooms
$3,700
1752 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 11:23 AM
Ocean Front ENDLESS sunrise - with a protective canal front -espectacular water view from every room - high ceilings high windows impact windows -ceiling to floor .
1 Unit Available
213 Atlantic Boulevard
213 Atlantic Boulevard
Key Largo, FL
2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
$2,650
1310 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 11:23 AM
Freshly painted interior and ready for new tenant. 3 bedroom 2 bathroom upstairs unit available for long term rental. Conveniently located in Port Largo, mm 100 ocean side, this multifamily home is like none you've seen before.
1 Unit Available
293 Saint Thomas Avenue
293 St Thomas Avenue
Key Largo, FL
2 Bedrooms
$4,500
1362 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 11:23 AM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at 293 Saint Thomas Avenue in Key Largo. View photos, descriptions and more!
1 Unit Available
1301 Almay Street - 1
1301 Almay Street
Key Largo, FL
3 Bedrooms
$2,600
1800 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 10:52 AM
FINISHED! ! ! PRISTINE FINISHES AND DETAILS IS WHAT YOU GET WITH THIS BUILDER!! TRAVERTINE STONE AND IMPORTED WOOD FLOORS, DESIGNER CABINETRY, QUARTZ TOPS, STAINLESS STEEL APPLIANCE, LED LIGHTING, BBQ AREA, METAL ROOF, PAVED DRIVEWAY AND BREEZEWAY,
1 Unit Available
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18 Miami Drive
Key Largo, FL
2 Bedrooms
$3,000
1306 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 09:46 AM
NEW CONSTRUCTION in one of the most desirable Bayfront Edgewater area, Arts & Entertainment District. Fully custom finished 2 BEDS/2.
1 Unit Available
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12 Miami Drive
Key Largo, FL
2 Bedrooms
$2,400
1200 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 09:46 AM
We follow enhanced cleaning protocol so you can safely enjoy the privacy of this nice 2 bedroom 1 bath home at the exclusive neighborhood of THE ROADS.
1 Unit Available
77 Marina Ave
77 Marina Avenue
Key Largo, FL
1 Bedroom
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3 Bedrooms
$2,400
1450 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 08:06 AM
Beautiful Port Largo community mile marker 100 downtown key Largo oceanfront homeowners Park very quiet neighborhood a short block away from open ocean
1 Unit Available
135 Coco Plum Road
135 South Coco Plum Road
Key Largo, FL
2 Bedrooms
$2,500
Last updated April 15 at 09:24 AM
2 Bedroom/2 Bath furnished downstairs.$2,500. includes electric, water, cable and internet. There is about 20' of dockage if you have a boat. All impact windows and doors. NO PETS. F/L/S.
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City Guide

Islamorada, Village of Islands
"I'm a thousand islands away / from Ponce de Leon bay / along the overseas highway / to Islamorada" --Louise Taylor
"I'm a thousand islands away / from Ponce de Leon bay / along the overseas highway / to Islamorada" --Louise Taylor

Islamorada, Village of Islands, is located in Monroe County, Florida in the Keys, which are tiny islands that are linked together by bridges, some of which span several miles at a time. Islamorada -- the beginning pronounced like "Isle" -- consists of a grouping of keys, hence the name Village of Islands. This Village of Islands includes Tea Table Key, Upper and Lower Matecumbe Keys, Windley Key and Plantation Key. It is surrounded by blue-green, crystal clear waters and attracts many vacationers who come to snorkel and scuba-dive its reefs. Its white powdery sands and chickee huts attract many in search of that Margaritaville lifestyle so famously sung about by Jimmy Buffett. It is a wonderful place to relax by the beach during a sunset, listening to live music and enjoying the scenery and friendly locals.

Moving to Islamorada

If you are looking for a place to live in this low-key, island paradise, there are quite a few choices to make, including which beach front you want as your personal view. With a relatively smaller population here, there's room for everyone to enjoy their own slice of paradise, but finding a new place may take some searching. You may want to enlist the help of a local realtor who is in "the know" with the locals and who may be able to anticipate a place opening up before it even goes to market. Give yourself plenty of time to find an apartment to rent or rental houses, as real estate gets bought up quickly in these parts. It may be best to make a short trip to the area and look over your options and find that perfect spot. There are resorts and Inns that you can stay in with ease during the off-season months which last throughout the Summer. This is the best time of year for house hunting here.

Condominium or RV Resort?

There are several choices in condos for rent, where morning strolls along the beach and meeting friendly neighbors are an everyday occurrence. You may, however, be looking for a more get-up-and-go lifestyle, one where you can park your RV home and use your car to move freely up and down the Keys from one gorgeous spot to the next. Make sure that you outline the necessities that are most important to you when looking. Do you need a full-size washer and dryer? Or can you live with a stackable one? Is it important to situate yourself close to a pool, or are the Gulf waters all you need? Do you have pets you absolutely adore and would never think of leaving behind? Children, too? Talk to your Realtor and let him or her know every detail as soon as possible, as it can be a challenge to find readily available residences. These Keys prove to be extremely popular destinations not only for vacations, but for year round living as well.

Moving to Islamorada
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If you are looking for a place to live in this low-key, island paradise, there are quite a few choices to make, including which beach front you want as your personal view. With a relatively smaller population here, there's room for everyone to enjoy their own slice of paradise, but finding a new place may take some searching. You may want to enlist the help of a local realtor who is in "the know" with the locals and who may be able to anticipate a place opening up before it even goes to market. Give yourself plenty of time to find an apartment to rent or rental houses, as real estate gets bought up quickly in these parts. It may be best to make a short trip to the area and look over your options and find that perfect spot. There are resorts and Inns that you can stay in with ease during the off-season months which last throughout the Summer. This is the best time of year for house hunting here.

Condominium or RV Resort?

There are several choices in condos for rent, where morning strolls along the beach and meeting friendly neighbors are an everyday occurrence. You may, however, be looking for a more get-up-and-go lifestyle, one where you can park your RV home and use your car to move freely up and down the Keys from one gorgeous spot to the next. Make sure that you outline the necessities that are most important to you when looking. Do you need a full-size washer and dryer? Or can you live with a stackable one? Is it important to situate yourself close to a pool, or are the Gulf waters all you need? Do you have pets you absolutely adore and would never think of leaving behind? Children, too? Talk to your Realtor and let him or her know every detail as soon as possible, as it can be a challenge to find readily available residences. These Keys prove to be extremely popular destinations not only for vacations, but for year round living as well.

Islamorada Neighborhoods

Coming down through the Keys you will begin to notice the names of streets and byways that have names of reefs, birds, fish and even old pirates and sea captains. Islamorada, Village of Islands, is located in what is considered the Upper Key region, with the first one of the grouping being Plantation Key.

Plantation Key: There used to be a lot of pineapples plantations here, hence the name. There are many affordable areas here and are mostly single family home options. There's even an airstrip if you want to fly in on your personal plane.

Windley Key: This is the next Key you will come across when travelling Southbound. It is home to a few resorts, marinas, a mobile home park and offers seasonal and vacation rental homes.

Islamorada: The famed "Purple Isle", coined by the Spanish because of its pure beauty, is the next Key you will reach. The first part of Islamorada is Upper Matecumbe Key, with the second being -- you guessed it -- Lower Matecumbe Key. Lower Matecumbe should be named "Water, Water Everywhere!" as it has so many options to drop in your sea-going vessel. This is a dream come true for all you sport fishermen out there. From waterways and canals, to private beaches, you'll be out on the water before you can say "30 Pound Mahi!".

Islamorada Neighborhoods
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Coming down through the Keys you will begin to notice the names of streets and byways that have names of reefs, birds, fish and even old pirates and sea captains. Islamorada, Village of Islands, is located in what is considered the Upper Key region, with the first one of the grouping being Plantation Key.

Plantation Key: There used to be a lot of pineapples plantations here, hence the name. There are many affordable areas here and are mostly single family home options. There's even an airstrip if you want to fly in on your personal plane.

Windley Key: This is the next Key you will come across when travelling Southbound. It is home to a few resorts, marinas, a mobile home park and offers seasonal and vacation rental homes.

Islamorada: The famed "Purple Isle", coined by the Spanish because of its pure beauty, is the next Key you will reach. The first part of Islamorada is Upper Matecumbe Key, with the second being -- you guessed it -- Lower Matecumbe Key. Lower Matecumbe should be named "Water, Water Everywhere!" as it has so many options to drop in your sea-going vessel. This is a dream come true for all you sport fishermen out there. From waterways and canals, to private beaches, you'll be out on the water before you can say "30 Pound Mahi!".

Living in Islamorada

If the neighborhood you choose, doesn't come with its own private beach, don't worry. Be on the lookout for Founders Park as you come south from Windley Key. This 40 acre park boasts the best in recreational fun and beauty. Whether you choose to swim in its Olympic sized swimming pool or beach or just want to hang out with the family playing baseball, tennis, or bocce, there is definitely something for everyone. Even the family dog can make a friend or two in this pet friendly park. Oh, and when you're done with fun in the sun, don't forget to grab your local cocktail just in time for the sunset sing-a-long at a local cabana.

This Village of Islands is known as the sports fishing capital of the world and has a little bit of everything for everyone. With dozens of marinas, you won't have to worry about where to stow your boat and it's easy navigating by boat from one Key to the next. It's fun for the whole family at the Theater of the Sea where you can snorkel or even swim with the Dolphins. Or spend a day on Windley Key at the Fossil Reef Geological State park where you can hike through wilderness that was once used as a quarry for the first railroad through the Keys. Then wind down your day at the Holiday Isle Tiki Bar, famous for its Rumrunner cocktail and for celebrity sightings.

All of this, plus plenty of sun and sand, will make you happy you chose the Sunshine State's glimmering jewels of the Gulf, Islamorada, Village of Islands, as your place to call home.

Living in Islamorada
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If the neighborhood you choose, doesn't come with its own private beach, don't worry. Be on the lookout for Founders Park as you come south from Windley Key. This 40 acre park boasts the best in recreational fun and beauty. Whether you choose to swim in its Olympic sized swimming pool or beach or just want to hang out with the family playing baseball, tennis, or bocce, there is definitely something for everyone. Even the family dog can make a friend or two in this pet friendly park. Oh, and when you're done with fun in the sun, don't forget to grab your local cocktail just in time for the sunset sing-a-long at a local cabana.

This Village of Islands is known as the sports fishing capital of the world and has a little bit of everything for everyone. With dozens of marinas, you won't have to worry about where to stow your boat and it's easy navigating by boat from one Key to the next. It's fun for the whole family at the Theater of the Sea where you can snorkel or even swim with the Dolphins. Or spend a day on Windley Key at the Fossil Reef Geological State park where you can hike through wilderness that was once used as a quarry for the first railroad through the Keys. Then wind down your day at the Holiday Isle Tiki Bar, famous for its Rumrunner cocktail and for celebrity sightings.

All of this, plus plenty of sun and sand, will make you happy you chose the Sunshine State's glimmering jewels of the Gulf, Islamorada, Village of Islands, as your place to call home.

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Islamorada, Village of Islands
"I'm a thousand islands away / from Ponce de Leon bay / along the overseas highway / to Islamorada" --Louise Taylor
"I'm a thousand islands away / from Ponce de Leon bay / along the overseas highway / to Islamorada" --Louise Taylor

Islamorada, Village of Islands, is located in Monroe County, Florida in the Keys, which are tiny islands that are linked together by bridges, some of which span several miles at a time. Islamorada -- the beginning pronounced like "Isle" -- consists of a grouping of keys, hence the name Village of Islands. This Village of Islands includes Tea Table Key, Upper and Lower Matecumbe Keys, Windley Key and Plantation Key. It is surrounded by blue-green, crystal clear waters and attracts many vacationers who come to snorkel and scuba-dive its reefs. Its white powdery sands and chickee huts attract many in search of that Margaritaville lifestyle so famously sung about by Jimmy Buffett. It is a wonderful place to relax by the beach during a sunset, listening to live music and enjoying the scenery and friendly locals.

Moving to Islamorada

If you are looking for a place to live in this low-key, island paradise, there are quite a few choices to make, including which beach front you want as your personal view. With a relatively smaller population here, there's room for everyone to enjoy their own slice of paradise, but finding a new place may take some searching. You may want to enlist the help of a local realtor who is in "the know" with the locals and who may be able to anticipate a place opening up before it even goes to market. Give yourself plenty of time to find an apartment to rent or rental houses, as real estate gets bought up quickly in these parts. It may be best to make a short trip to the area and look over your options and find that perfect spot. There are resorts and Inns that you can stay in with ease during the off-season months which last throughout the Summer. This is the best time of year for house hunting here.

Condominium or RV Resort?

There are several choices in condos for rent, where morning strolls along the beach and meeting friendly neighbors are an everyday occurrence. You may, however, be looking for a more get-up-and-go lifestyle, one where you can park your RV home and use your car to move freely up and down the Keys from one gorgeous spot to the next. Make sure that you outline the necessities that are most important to you when looking. Do you need a full-size washer and dryer? Or can you live with a stackable one? Is it important to situate yourself close to a pool, or are the Gulf waters all you need? Do you have pets you absolutely adore and would never think of leaving behind? Children, too? Talk to your Realtor and let him or her know every detail as soon as possible, as it can be a challenge to find readily available residences. These Keys prove to be extremely popular destinations not only for vacations, but for year round living as well.

Moving to Islamorada
+

If you are looking for a place to live in this low-key, island paradise, there are quite a few choices to make, including which beach front you want as your personal view. With a relatively smaller population here, there's room for everyone to enjoy their own slice of paradise, but finding a new place may take some searching. You may want to enlist the help of a local realtor who is in "the know" with the locals and who may be able to anticipate a place opening up before it even goes to market. Give yourself plenty of time to find an apartment to rent or rental houses, as real estate gets bought up quickly in these parts. It may be best to make a short trip to the area and look over your options and find that perfect spot. There are resorts and Inns that you can stay in with ease during the off-season months which last throughout the Summer. This is the best time of year for house hunting here.

Condominium or RV Resort?

There are several choices in condos for rent, where morning strolls along the beach and meeting friendly neighbors are an everyday occurrence. You may, however, be looking for a more get-up-and-go lifestyle, one where you can park your RV home and use your car to move freely up and down the Keys from one gorgeous spot to the next. Make sure that you outline the necessities that are most important to you when looking. Do you need a full-size washer and dryer? Or can you live with a stackable one? Is it important to situate yourself close to a pool, or are the Gulf waters all you need? Do you have pets you absolutely adore and would never think of leaving behind? Children, too? Talk to your Realtor and let him or her know every detail as soon as possible, as it can be a challenge to find readily available residences. These Keys prove to be extremely popular destinations not only for vacations, but for year round living as well.

Islamorada Neighborhoods

Coming down through the Keys you will begin to notice the names of streets and byways that have names of reefs, birds, fish and even old pirates and sea captains. Islamorada, Village of Islands, is located in what is considered the Upper Key region, with the first one of the grouping being Plantation Key.

Plantation Key: There used to be a lot of pineapples plantations here, hence the name. There are many affordable areas here and are mostly single family home options. There's even an airstrip if you want to fly in on your personal plane.

Windley Key: This is the next Key you will come across when travelling Southbound. It is home to a few resorts, marinas, a mobile home park and offers seasonal and vacation rental homes.

Islamorada: The famed "Purple Isle", coined by the Spanish because of its pure beauty, is the next Key you will reach. The first part of Islamorada is Upper Matecumbe Key, with the second being -- you guessed it -- Lower Matecumbe Key. Lower Matecumbe should be named "Water, Water Everywhere!" as it has so many options to drop in your sea-going vessel. This is a dream come true for all you sport fishermen out there. From waterways and canals, to private beaches, you'll be out on the water before you can say "30 Pound Mahi!".

Islamorada Neighborhoods
+

Coming down through the Keys you will begin to notice the names of streets and byways that have names of reefs, birds, fish and even old pirates and sea captains. Islamorada, Village of Islands, is located in what is considered the Upper Key region, with the first one of the grouping being Plantation Key.

Plantation Key: There used to be a lot of pineapples plantations here, hence the name. There are many affordable areas here and are mostly single family home options. There's even an airstrip if you want to fly in on your personal plane.

Windley Key: This is the next Key you will come across when travelling Southbound. It is home to a few resorts, marinas, a mobile home park and offers seasonal and vacation rental homes.

Islamorada: The famed "Purple Isle", coined by the Spanish because of its pure beauty, is the next Key you will reach. The first part of Islamorada is Upper Matecumbe Key, with the second being -- you guessed it -- Lower Matecumbe Key. Lower Matecumbe should be named "Water, Water Everywhere!" as it has so many options to drop in your sea-going vessel. This is a dream come true for all you sport fishermen out there. From waterways and canals, to private beaches, you'll be out on the water before you can say "30 Pound Mahi!".

Living in Islamorada

If the neighborhood you choose, doesn't come with its own private beach, don't worry. Be on the lookout for Founders Park as you come south from Windley Key. This 40 acre park boasts the best in recreational fun and beauty. Whether you choose to swim in its Olympic sized swimming pool or beach or just want to hang out with the family playing baseball, tennis, or bocce, there is definitely something for everyone. Even the family dog can make a friend or two in this pet friendly park. Oh, and when you're done with fun in the sun, don't forget to grab your local cocktail just in time for the sunset sing-a-long at a local cabana.

This Village of Islands is known as the sports fishing capital of the world and has a little bit of everything for everyone. With dozens of marinas, you won't have to worry about where to stow your boat and it's easy navigating by boat from one Key to the next. It's fun for the whole family at the Theater of the Sea where you can snorkel or even swim with the Dolphins. Or spend a day on Windley Key at the Fossil Reef Geological State park where you can hike through wilderness that was once used as a quarry for the first railroad through the Keys. Then wind down your day at the Holiday Isle Tiki Bar, famous for its Rumrunner cocktail and for celebrity sightings.

All of this, plus plenty of sun and sand, will make you happy you chose the Sunshine State's glimmering jewels of the Gulf, Islamorada, Village of Islands, as your place to call home.

Living in Islamorada
+

If the neighborhood you choose, doesn't come with its own private beach, don't worry. Be on the lookout for Founders Park as you come south from Windley Key. This 40 acre park boasts the best in recreational fun and beauty. Whether you choose to swim in its Olympic sized swimming pool or beach or just want to hang out with the family playing baseball, tennis, or bocce, there is definitely something for everyone. Even the family dog can make a friend or two in this pet friendly park. Oh, and when you're done with fun in the sun, don't forget to grab your local cocktail just in time for the sunset sing-a-long at a local cabana.

This Village of Islands is known as the sports fishing capital of the world and has a little bit of everything for everyone. With dozens of marinas, you won't have to worry about where to stow your boat and it's easy navigating by boat from one Key to the next. It's fun for the whole family at the Theater of the Sea where you can snorkel or even swim with the Dolphins. Or spend a day on Windley Key at the Fossil Reef Geological State park where you can hike through wilderness that was once used as a quarry for the first railroad through the Keys. Then wind down your day at the Holiday Isle Tiki Bar, famous for its Rumrunner cocktail and for celebrity sightings.

All of this, plus plenty of sun and sand, will make you happy you chose the Sunshine State's glimmering jewels of the Gulf, Islamorada, Village of Islands, as your place to call home.