Key Biscayne

Island Paradise

Welcome to Key Biscayne

Famous and revered Key Biscayne is located south of Miami beach, east of Miami and is connected to the mainland by the Rickenbacker Causeway. It is best known as “Island Paradise”.


A world-class resort community and preeminent vacation destination, Key Biscayne has a little bit of everything for the youngest of its residents to the wisest generation. While the island itself is but seven miles long, it is a self-contained community with all the amenities, services and features found on the mainland including two elementary schools and a post office.  It also has Maritime Heritage Trail, the only the only federally recognized underwater archaeological trail in nation.
It has had its share of famous and infamous residents in its history. From Richard Nixon to Al Capone to Andy Garcia, these celebrities have all lived at Key Biscayne at one point.
Key Biscayne is equally a refuge for avid boaters who often dock their yachts in the homes. It is a place where recreational activities abound including water sports and cycling.

Some of Miami’s most impressive waterfront homes can be found on Key Biscayne. These estates usually begin in the high multi-million dollar range.  However, there is a diversity of choices in Key Biscayne for all types of investment thresholds and needs including condos and gated communities.


What to Love

  • Surrounded by beaches
  • Family oriented
  • Recreational and outdoor activity rich, with nature preserves, golf and tennis
  • Boating and water sports abound


People & Lifestyle

Key Biscayne is home to 13,000 residents. greatly value privacy. Key Biscayne is a tucked away oasis separated by a bridge of charming shops, fine restaurants and top attractions. Key Biscayne has – Crandon Park to the north and Billl Baggs Cape Florida State Park  with its famous Cape Florida Lighthouse to the south. In the center of Key Biscayne, you will find Village Green which has a couple of soccer fields, a playground for children called the Tot Lot and a myriad of restaurants to satisfy you palate.


Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

By: Shayne Benowitz, GMCVB

“Ah, Key Biscayne: stellar views, sunny skies, a laid-back vibe and – you guessed it – some pretty amazing restaurants. Located just off Miami’s mainland, this sliver of land is known for its amazing beaches as well as its range of casual and fine-dining restaurants, offering unforgettable views, top-notch food and welcoming hospitality. Here are some of the best spots to grab a bite on Key Biscayne.”


Things to Do

For a neighborhood set within a neighborhood, Key Biscayne has a surprisingly vast amount of outdoor recreation in addition to its sandy white beaches. Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park boasts Miami’s oldest structure – the famous lighthouse still standing since 1825. Crandon Park has large swaths of open green spaces, ecosystems, seagrass beds and more. Crandon also has a tennis center and an 18-hole golf course. You can also quickly enjoy the Historic Virginia Beach Park, get to sunbathe while enjoying the view. Key Biscayne is an excellent location for outdoor enthusiasts, families and water lovers alike.



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