Founded more than 20 years ago, this artist village is home to the studios and galleries of many artists. Although there are only 10 resident artists, more than 100 artists are represented here. Not only are their works on displayed, visitors get a first-hand look at exactly how art is created. These are working studios. See pottery, jewelry, stained glass and more being designed right before your eyes.
In the a maze of little shops, you'll find specialty foods such as mango ketchup and lime marinade, artists working in their studios, a sculpture gallery, tropical gardens, and a vegetarian cafe. You can't miss the rows of colorful fish-shaped mailboxes as you enter the village.
Located at Mile Marker 86.7, the village is open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. every day and is home to the Islamorada Rain Barrel Art Show usually held in March.