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Key Biscayne

Key Biscayne, "Island Paradise", is located 2.5 miles away from Downtown Miami -- a short and magnificent drive over the causeway. Nicknamed by locals as "The Key", it's known for its waterside entertainment and nature-based recreation. Rich in landscape, Key Biscayne is famous for beaches and its large parks that make up two-thirds of the island. With plenty of outdoor activities year-round, the exclusive land is home to The Sony Tennis Open, Cape Coral Lighthouse, The Ritz Carlton, and other lavish destinations. Key Biscayne is more than just beautiful scenery -- it is home to families and residents who want all the conveniences of living in a large city, but also enjoy the island lifestyle.

What People Like
  • state parks
  • beautiful beaches
  • watersports
  • small-town charm
  • tennis
Who Lives Here?
  • families
  • second homeowners
  • boaters
  • active seniors
The Properties
  • waterfront homes
  • ocean view condos
  • townhomes
  • mansions

On the Map

Key Biscayne borders Brickell and Coconut Grove

Transit Times

Miami Airport: 25 minutes by car

Downtown Miami: 15 minutes by car

South Beach: 25 minutes by car

In The Water

Guys Kayaking

With famous parks like Crandon and Bill Baggs, there is no shortage of breathtaking views and places to relax by the water.

Man Lounging On Beach
Man Sitting On Tree
Couple Cuddling
Man In Hammock

Family and pet friendly beaches mean a good time for everyone.

Woman Running With Dogs

Have a day of fishing, boating, windsurfing, or kayaking at one of the many oceanfront sites and marinas.

Windsurfing
Boats In Drydock
People Fishing

On Land

Man Running On Rickenbacker

The fun doesn’t end in the water. Key Biscayne is a destination for runners, cyclists, golfers, and tennis enthusiasts. The famed purple tennis courts of Crandon Park are home to Sony Open crowds each year.

Crandon Park Tennis Center
Roger Federer
Golf Carts
Woman Bicycling

Visit the Cape Florida Lighthouse, the oldest standing structure in Greater Miami.

Cape Florida Lighthouse

More Family Fun

Miami Seaquarium

The Miami Seaquarium is always a good place to bring the kids.

Killer Whale At Seaquarium
Manatee At Seaquarium

With plenty of outdoor restaurants and local cafes, you’ll never be hungry.

Eating Outdoors
Boy Getting Hotdog
Oasis Cafe Key Biscayne

As The Sun Sets

Family At Sunset

The sunset is truly spectacular.

Pedicab
Key Biscayne Sunset

Live in Paradise

Expensive Apartments

Stunning homes grace the island on all ends. From condos to modern style houses, there is nothing better than having the ocean as your backyard.

Key Biscayne Blue Colonial Home
Key Biscayne Modern Home
Key Biscayne Mansion
Waterfront Home