A few of islamorada's secret spots that are often overlooked by tourists.
This state park/beach has shallow waters and plenty of sea life. Feel free to bring a kayak and explore the area.
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Ann'es Beach is considered the only "real beach" in Islamorada, sit in the sand and enjoy the sun or check out the thriving sea life near the shore.
This is a popular snorkeling and diving spot due to the shipwreck-habitat. There is a lot to do including glass bottom boat tours and kayaking.
This state park offers trails with cross-section views of fossilized coral.
Learn about scuba diving's humble beginnings and check out some family friendly exhibits.
Robbie’s is home to the world-famous tarpon feeding and much more.