Key Biscayne Travel Guide
Welcome to Key Biscayne!
This WorldWeb.com travel and tourism guide for Key Biscayne, featuring hotels and other accommodations, tours, attractions, events, shopping and more, will help you plan a successful visit to Key Biscayne, Florida, U.S.A.
The village of Key Biscayne encompasses an entire barrier island just off Miami and south of Miami Beach. Along with 30 acres of beach, the island features five public parks—the Village Green, Lake Park, Calusa Park, Ocean Park and East Enid Linear Park. Hit a round at the Crandon Park Golf Course or stop in one of the boutique shops, art galleries or fine restaurants that punctuate the island. Just to the north of Key Biscayne, along the access road between Miami and the village, is the Miami Seaquarium on Virginia Key. Escape to the waters of the Atlantic Ocean on a sightseeing charter boat or sportfishing trip looking fo tuna, grouper and wahoo.
Dedicated to environmental education, the Biscayne Nature Center offers a number of educational programs, nature-themed exhibits and temporary art exhibitions.
Hotels & Motels
Offering breakfast, newspaper, disabled access, non-smoking rooms, a pool, meeting and business facilities, data ports, refrigerator, cable tv and more.
Run by Captain Russ Boley, Captain Sir! Sailing Charters has a 1996 Island Pocket 45 for visitors to explore the waters of South Florida.