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KEY BISCAYNE: THE KEY TO AN ESCAPE

THERE’S A BREEZY UPSCALE ISLAND LIFESTYLE ON KEY BISCAYNE.


As you cross over the scenic Rickenbacker Causeway to the island of Key Biscayne, chances are you’ll feel like you’ve arrived in paradise. What was once a coconut plantation is now known for being a low-key tropical oasis, with quaint neighborhoods, palm tree-lined streets, and stellar outdoor activity options. Beaches are a thing, but there are also plenty of boating opportunities, a nature and visitor center, state parks, the Miami Seaquarium, and local eateries famous for their food as well as their idyllic location.

Key Biscayne

Over a causeway at the southern end of Downtown Miami lies the island paradise of Key Biscayne — a haven of lush parks, brilliant blue waters and golden sands, where windsurfers stream across the waves and wading birds forage among the mangroves lining the shore.

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