Adventures for all ages await at La Siesta. Learn how to paddle board, bounce on a water trampoline in the saltwater lagoon, explore by paddle board or kayak, and even swim with dolphins!
There's plenty to do for the little ones in Islamorada! Hop in a kayak for a relaxing trip exploring the beautiful island scenery, or enjoy a splash in the on-site freshwater pool before playing in the sand by La Siesta's private beach.
Paddle boards, snorkel masks, kayaks, bicycles and tropical teen fun are all included at La Siesta. Plus, the resort shuttle offers access to our sister properties and their amenities, including Postcard Inn and its onsite Dive Shop and legendary marina with fishing charters leaving its docks daily. Pelican Cove's weekly Fish Like a Local events are also the ideal opportunity to reel in your own trophy!
After all that adventuring, grab a light lunch and island-style snacks from La Siesta's poolside Wild & Lime.
Windley Key Fossil Reef State Park — A fantastic place to stroll on shady paths and admire native Florida vegetation. Features a well-marked geology trail for those eager to learn more about the area (watch out for tree roots though).
Lignumvitae Key Botanical State Park — This 280-acre island earned a place on the National Register of Historic Places, thanks to its virgin tropical hardwood forest and 1919 home of William Matheson, a well-to-do Miami chemist. Accessible only by boat, it’s open for tours Friday through Sunday.
Theater of the Sea — With up-close encounters with dolphins, turtle feedings and sea lion shows make this marine-mammal center (the second-oldest in the world) a popular all-day destination for families. There’s also a grill, gift shop and private beach for swimming and sunning.
History of Diving Museum — Four thousand years of diving history is captured in 13 interactive galleries. Don’t miss the helium bar on your way out.
Florida Keys History & Discovery Center — Peruse intriguing exhibits on the first people who settled the Florida Keys, including regional pirates and the Spanish treasure fleet decimated by a hurricane in 1733.
Old Road Gallery — The gallery’s sculpture garden, tucked away in a hidden sanctuary of native hardwoods and winding paths, showcases a variety of bronze and copper sculptures.
Rain Barrel Village — A series of galleries displays the best of local arts, including glass, sculpture, pottery, and jewelry.
Lobster Trap Art Gallery — Displays hundreds of affordable original works from Florida Keys artists. The on-site frame shop crafts unique frames made from authentic, weathered wood salvaged from lobster traps.
Looking for even more adventure? Our complimentary shuttle will transport guests to attractions within a four-mile radius of the resort, as well as our sister properties in Islamorada. Their resort amenities are also open to La Siesta guests, so you can explore four resorts with La Siesta as your home base during your stay.