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Indigo Reef Resort Villas & Marina

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indigoreef11600 1st Avenue Gulf

City, Florida

Marathon, Florida 33050


By Water  24.735372, -81.032684


Welcome to a haven in the celebrated Florida Keys. Indigo Reef Resort Villas located in Marathon Florida, in the heart of the Florida Keys. Located just 90 miles south of Miami and 45 miles from historic Key West, Indigo Reef is conveniently situated less than a mile away from Marathon Airport, ideal for leisure travel and water adventures in the Florida Keys.

Experience an incomparable Florida Keys vacation rental in one of our unique waterfront Villas. The luxury waterview homes of Indigo Reef will exude a private vacation rental paradise, where you'll trade in winter frost for endless sunshine, exceptional fishing and dazzling sunsets from your own private porch and dock.

Each of the waterview villas with private dock at our illustrious Florida Keys resort in Marathon combines the easy charm of 'Conch' style architecture with superb amenities: 2& 3 bedrooms, 2+ baths, gourmet kitchens, spacious porches overlooking the water, flat panel TVs, handmade furniture along with resort amenities and features.

Our Luxury resort in Marathon is favorably situated on the Gulf of Mexico within five minutes access to the Atlantic Ocean via the Vaca Cut waterway. Guests at Indigo Reef Resort Villas with private docks enjoy unprecedented access to the surrounding Florida bay, the renowned tropical reefs of the Marine Sanctuary and the best fishing and diving in the world. In Marathon , Florida Keys, visitors can expect to reel in abundant marlin, sailfish, tuna, amber jack, dolphin, wahoo, yellowtail, grouper, snook, barracuda, kingfish, bonefish and tarpon on their seasonal excursions.