Islamorada: The Village of Islands

When I was little, my parents and I had vacationed at Islamorada one summer, but back then it was a fairly remote, sleepy village on Upper Matecumbe Key. Nowadays, it is an incorporated town consisting of four keys, Plantation, Windley, Upper Matecumbe and Lower Matecumbe, and it is fairly well developed and built up these days. Still, it is rather beautiful, and has a number of landmarks, such as the original Islamorada Fish Company restaurant.

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