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Key Biscayne


Just over the scenic Rickenbacker Causeway to Key Biscayne, minutes from Downtown you’ll arrive at a tropical paradise just offshore. Key Biscayne is offers sandy beaches, nature preserves and restaurants with stunning views. Once a coconut plantation owned by the Matheson family, who donated which now makes up the 800 acres of Crandon Park, Key Biscayne’s beauty has been preserved for all to enjoy. It’s also a serves as a destination for boating and water sports.

As you continue along the causeway toward Key Biscayne you’ll find Historic Virginia Key Beach Park, the Virginia Key Outdoor Center. Virginia Key is also home to one of the destination’s classic attractions, Miami Seaquarium.

Flanked by Crandon Park at its northern end and Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park at its southern tip, the island of Key Biscayne is a nature lover’s oasis where you can choose your own adventure. Play a round of golf or a game of tennis. Hike a nature trail, climb to the top of a historic lighthouse, relax on the beach, rent kayaks or head out on a fishing charter.

The Village of Key Biscayne is situated along the island’s center, where The Ritz-Carlton, Key Biscayne is a destination unto itself with a beautiful stretch of beach, water sports, several swimming pools and multiple restaurants.

A paradise within a paradise, Key Biscayne is a must-visit during any Miami vacation.