overlooked, this island paradise located just six miles off
the coast of Miami is as rich in history as it is in lush
tropical beauty. Originally discovered by Ponce de Leon, it
is still sought by divers and treasure-hunters for its remarkable
coral reef, and its legendary sunken treasure. Tourists also
seek it out for its serene beaches, romantic atmosphere, as
well as its many great attractions, restaurants and shopping.
Key Biscayne is the recreational
spot of choice for many Miamians. From bicycling, tennis,
golf and fishing to kite boarding, windsurfing, sailing and
waterbiking, Key Biscayne holds some of the best that Miami
has to offer.
of the Miami Seaquarium (the original home of "Flipper"
the dolphin) and frequent host to world-class tennis events,
Key Biscayne is a fantastic spot for savvy tourists. Some
of Miami's finest resorts are located along Key Biscayne's
scenic sandy beaches, but more than 3 miles of its valuable
beachfront real estate remains undeveloped.
Biscayne also offers the most breathtaking view of Miami's