Just nearby Miami Beach is the lovely island town, Key Biscayne. It’s situated between two parks, Crandon Park and Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park. There are interestingly diverse ways to spend your time in Key Biscayne. You can try a 150-minute moonlight canoe trip and enjoy the natural environment of a mangrove preserve and appreciate the marine creatures especially a bioluminescent show in February.
You can also choose to spend a night at the Silver Sands Beach Resort where Bob Dylan famously slept. Book an oceanfront room to maximize your enjoyment. If Latin Dance and Italian cuisine is something you fancy exploring, head to Stefano’s Lounge for a night-till-dawn fun escape. There’s also a four-decade old popular diner known as Beyond Donuts nearby that opens in early dawn.
If you plan to enjoy a day at the beach, make a stopover at the Key Biscayne’s Farmer’s Market and buy picnic essentials like smoked salmon, Swiss cheese and yummy organic meats. Then make your way to Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park. Enjoy the famous clean waters and engage in laidback beach activities.
There’s a quirky attraction in Key Biscayne that have earned its popularity from several film appearances in Miami Vice and Absence of Malice. It’s called Stiltsville, a famous band of tropical colored houses constructed on stilts. If you like historical structures then don’t miss a visit of the Cape Florida Lighthouse built in 1825. Check out the charming residence and garden of the light-keeper.
Key Biscayne is an idyllic island where you can admire the natural wonders, state parks and paradise views. The beaches are regularly featured in the top 10 best lists. Make it a point to visit Key Biscayne to appreciate this island oasis. There’s certainly plenty of fun and free things to do here.
Key Biscayne, Florida 33149, USA