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Amara Cay Resort

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What’s the key to a laid-back experience in the Keys? To some, it’s a hammock and a good book, to others it’s a day on the boat battling a marlin or perhaps a tropical cocktail in a thatched hut, the breeze at your back. It could be a day spent wreck diving or snorkeling along a shallow reef. To us, it’s all those things and so much more. Amara Cay Resort is anchored in the laid-back style and carefree atmosphere that makes Islamorada the Sport Fishing Capital of the World. Reflecting the easy tranquility of the Upper Keys, Amara Cay Resort seamlessly blends recreation with relaxation. Hammocks dot the sandy shoreline, palm trees sway in the breeze and a shimmering oceanfront pool beckons early risers. Can you imagine a more perfect setting to unwind, reconnect with the sea and make lasting memories? Whether you’re sipping our signature prickly pear mojito at Sparrows Rum Bar, reading on your private balcony or sampling Islamorada’s finest Italian cuisine at Oltremare Ristorante, you’ll feel inspired to craft your very own personal adventure.

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