Smack dab in the Atlantic Ocean, Key Biscayne, Florida is one island town that knows how to have a good time. Originally well-known for its mammoth coconut plantation, this area is now a famous holiday destination. You'll still find the delicious fruit, too. You'll also find the collection of Key Biscayne resorts to be especially enticing, along with the incredible views, delicious seafood dishes, and untouched natural space.
Visiting Key Biscayne
Key Biscayne is only 14 miles from Miami International Airport (MIA). If you plan to rent a car in Key Biscayne, you may want to do so at the airport. Taking a taxi is as simple as walking outside and waving for one. Private shuttles are available, and public transportation is possible by taking the Metrorail, and then a bus. Once you've arrived at one of the hotels in Key Biscayne, get ready for an adventure. Step outside, smell the fresh air, and greet the alligators (yes, they hang out here too). Stroll through Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park, where you can see the Cape Florida Lighthouse (which was built in 1825), sunbathe on the beach, and eat oysters and drink cocktails. If you want a little exercise, test your serve at Crandon Park Tennis Center, or play football at Crandon Park Beach. For an adventure, charter a fishing or diving trip at Crandon Park Marina. And if relaxing is on your mind, chat with the peacocks at the Gardens of Crandon Park. It's time to take it easy in South Florida. Key Biscayne is also home to some of the best hotels in Miami, ensuring you can be as comfortable as ever during your trip. The good news is that Travelocity has the best deals on these hotels. If you happen to find cheaper Key Biscayne hotels elsewhere, let us know. We'll match that price for Key Biscayne and refund the difference.