The famous Key Biscayne Island is a pure jewel: its atmosphere is totally different that Miami's. Key Biscayne feels like a real island with its tropical and lush landscaping. The island is the southernmost island of the barrier islands that are along the Atlantic coast of Florida. Situated south of Miami Beach the Island wasn’t connected to Miami until the Rickenbaker Causeway was built in 1947. The Island is divided in 3 portions:
The northern part which includes Crandon Park, the center which is the Village of Key Biscayne and the southern part is the Bill Baggs State Park and is adjacent to the Biscayne National Park. When entering the island you will notice that life is much calmer and more relaxed. With an exceptional gorgeous nature and truly tropical environment it is one of the nicest places to live in Miami. Key Biscayne is also reputed for its extremely safe environment. The nature was preserved from over development with its white sand beaches and its emerald waters. Key Biscayne is an ideal spot to spend your vacation in Miami. It is just a 10 minutes ride from Downtown Miami and 20 minutes drive from South Beach. You can enjoy the beach during the day or practice one of the numerous sporting activities that the island offers and be a part of the sizzling South Beach night life. Key Biscayne offers plenty of activities from world class sailing to fishing, golf, windsurfing, kite surfing, and tennis. Every year Key Biscayne holds the annual ‘All-Island Tennis Tournament’. It is a world class vacation resort with first class Miami hotels and top Miami vacation rentals properties as well as vacation homes and vacation condos. The Island offers trails for nature lovers, trails for bikers and paths for joggers and roller skaters. Restaurants are good and shopping is limited but of quality. Key Biscayne real estate is very active offering great condo living and exceptional homes. Key Biscayne waterfront homes are breathtaking with its ocean front mansions. You will also find waterfront Miami homes which are more protected because of their location in creeks and canals.
Come visit and enjoy!