Key Biscayne is a tropical island located south of Miami Beach, and southeast of Brickell and Downtown Miami. Crossing the beautiful turquoise waters of Biscayne Bay, the drive over the Rickenbacker Causeway, which is the only access from Miami, is breathtaking, and takes you right into the town and its many points of interest in the community. The Village of Key Biscayne is made up of businesses, retail shops, services, drug stores, boutiques, spas, cafes, restaurants, and complete with all the conveniences you need, even if you decide to never leave the island.
Crandon Beach Park is a three-mile stretch of beach with a sandbar for wading; Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park is over a mile of white sand beaches, historic for its Lighthouse which was built in 1825, and it has two restaurants; Crandon Park Tennis Center and Stadium is home to the annual Sony Ericcson Open, recognized worldwide as the “Fifth Grand Slam” tournament; and the spectacular and challenging Crandon Golf Course, which has seen many legends such as Arnold Palmer, Gary Player, Chi Chi Rodriguez, and Lee Trevino.
There are many luxurious, waterfront condos and homes to choose from on Key Biscayne, boasting gorgeous views of Biscayne Bay, the Atlantic Ocean, and the Miami skyline. The magnificent Ritz Carlton Resort on Key Biscayne is a fabulous resort with fine dining, and a lavish Sunday Brunch you would not want to miss.
Key Biscayne is truly a tropical paradise, an island retreat of swaying palm trees in the cool breezes off the ocean and bay, and with blue skies and sunny beaches, it is high on the list of top places to live in South Florida.