Islamorada, FL is located in Monroe County, Florida and has a population of approximately 6200 residents. The community became an incorporated village in 1997 and is comprised of 4 islands – Plantation Key, Windley Key, Upper Matecumbe Key and Lower Matecumbe Key. Of the 106 mile island chain of the Florida Keys, The Village of Islamorada consists of 19 of those miles, traveling northeast from KeyWest (MM 0) on US 1, Islamorada begins at Mile Marker 72 and ends at Mile Marker 91. The primary industry is tourism, many seeking the thrill of fishing (offshore or shallow water) while others visit for diving/snorkeling.
Islamorada is geographically positioned very uniquely, on the southern fringe of Everglades National Park (Florida Bay), 80 miles upland from Key West, 80 miles from the heart of Miami and 3 miles from the only living coral reef system in North America.