Key Biscayne

Key Biscayne

Overview

South of Miami Beach and East of Miami, find the island of Key Biscayne, boasting some of the most beautiful beaches in the country.

Catamarans With Rainbow Sails

Landmarks

Crandon Park, which borders the Northern edge of town, is an urban park that connects to the mainland through the Rickenbacker Causeway. Over 800 acres in size, the park includes a marina, a golf course, a tennis center, an amusement center and much more.

On the Southern edge of town, find the Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park, boasting one of the most beautiful beaches in all of the country. Park-goers can enjoy snorkeling, swimming, boating, kayaking, fishing, and more.

Dining
Although small in size, the town offers some incredible dining destinations. Cioppino, an Italian restaurant, boasts incredible views; Puntino Key Biscayne, also an Italian eatery, is one of the most upscale eateries in town; and Novecento is a bistro serving Argentinian fare.

Transportation
Although most residents travel throughout the island via bike, off-island traffic is navigates through a toll causeway. The island is 15 miles Miami International Airport and 32 miles from Fort Lauderdale Airport.