Matecumbe Key is a great place to call home. There are actually two islands in one: Lower Matecumbe Key and Upper Matecumbe Key. Together, they are part of what are called the “Village of Islands” which are part of Islamorada. Here, the weather is warm and the days are lazy. A breeze nearly constantly blows, crossing the islands from the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean.
Local’s like to visit Anne’s Beach, take in a sunset, some early risers like to watch the sun come up over the horizon of the deep blue waters of the Atlantic. Living here is being immersed in the topics, where the hustle and bustle of the city are a world away.
Living a Great Life in Matecumbe Key
When you live in Matecumbe Key, you not only are among some of the most sought after places to be on the planet. Here, the temperatures are so nice, that you can enjoy the beach and the outdoors year-round.
In the summer, the gulf and ocean breezes careen over the islands, with lows in the high sixties to low and mid seventies overnight. During the day, you’ll love the warmness of the sun, where it gets up to a balmy ninety degrees. During the winter months, the temperature is equally as nice, with overnight lows in the lower sixties and daytime highest in the seventies and eighties.
Things to Do and See In and Near Matecumbe Key
For those like the outdoors, there’s no limit of things to see and do. Stroll about and explore Lignumvitae Key Botanical State Park, taking in the sites. Go for a sunset cruise, or a half day of sport fishing. Sail out into the gulf or into the ocean. Kayak or canoe around the island or spend a day water skiing.
Come find your adventure and favorite place to relax in Matecumbe Key and live the tropical lifestyle everyday of the year.
Upper Matecumbe Key
Lower Matecumbe Key
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Matecumbe Key Milemarkers
80.0 = Roadside park, gulfside
79.8 = Tea Table Relief Bridge. Papa Joe's Marina, gulfside; Bud and Mary's, oceanside. The north
approach washed out during Hurricane Donna, 1960.
79.1 = Tea Table Channel Bridge
78.0 = Indian Key Bridge. Lignumvitae Key Botanical Site (State) gulfside in distance. Lignumvitae Key Boat Ramp gulfside; Indian Key Archaeological Site, San Pedro Underwater State Park and Alligator Lighthouse, oceanside at a distance. This is area is of historic significance. The islands of Indian Key, Lignumvitae Key and Alligator Lighthouse are prominent artifacts.
77.1 = Lignumvitae Bridge
77.0 = Robbie's Marina, gulfside; Star of the Sea motel, oceanside
74.0 = Angelo's Country Store, Port Antigua community, gulfside
74.3 = Safety Harbor community entrance, gulfside
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