Key Biscayne

Un'isola felice

La vita a Key Biscayne è tranquilla come una brezza di mare.

As you cross over the scenic Rickenbacker Causeway to the island of Key Biscayne, chances are you’ll feel like you’ve arrived in paradise. What was once a coconut plantation is now known for being a low-key tropical oasis, with quaint neighborhoods, palm tree-lined streets, and stellar outdoor activity options. Beaches are a thing, but there are also plenty of boating opportunities, a nature and visitor center, state parks, the Miami Seaquarium, and local eateries famous for their food as well as their idyllic location.

For more information, be sure to visit the Key Biscayne Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Center.
Key Biscayne

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Key Biscayne

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As Biscayne Nature Center employee Claudia tells us, Key Biscayne used to be a coconut plantation owned by the Matheson family, which donated 800 acres to what is now Crandon Park. The beauty has been preserved, and people also flock to the island for killer golf courses and top-notch tennis competitions (Miami Open, anyone?). For a small village, there’s a distinctive vibe, complete with locals getting around on golf carts, and occasional celebrity spottings including Andy Garcia and Iggy Pop.

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