Sail across the bay from Brickell and Coconut Grove and drop anchor in Key Biscayne, a white sand refuge for sunbathers embracing island-style luxury. Key Biscayne's serene pace separates it from the noise of Miami's mainland destinations, but there's actually little distance between this dream-like destination and Downtown. In Key Biscayne, the city's CEOs sip Mai Tais in waterfront mansions and play the front nine on golf courses that seem to grow out of the sea.See places to stay Save this neighborhood
On the Map
An Island Refuge In a Class of Its Own
Key Biscayne is a small gem in Miami's surroundings, and is twenty minutes away from South Beach and Downtown Miami and five minutes away from Coral Gables and Coconut Grove. A perfect location for perfect restful holidays."
Dining With a View In Key Biscayne
The sign at the beginning of the bridge says it all: "Key Biscayne Island Paradise." It has been rated one of the most luxurious zip codes in the U.S., home to many celebrities and preferred retreat for all those attracted by a peaceful island..."
Staying Active In Paradise
Improving Your Short Game In Key Biscayne
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Angel Valentín has been a professional photojournalist since 1990. His career has taken him all over the Caribbean and Latin America. Valentín has photographed world leaders, executives, athletes and celebrities in countless situations. He is a Pulitzer Prize finalist, winner (staff) and recipient of countless awards. After 18 years as a staff photographer, he has been a freelance photographer since 2009.
Silvia Ros is a Miami-based photographer, who after over a decade as a museum photographer, jumped ship and launched a busy freelance career, tackling not only her own creative projects, but also serving as an official Art Basel Miami Beach photographer. She is currently curating a selection from her project “The National Gay and Lesbian Documentation Project” for inclusion at the Smithsonian National Museum of American History.
Graciela Cattarossi is a lifestyle/travel photographer based in Miami. She graduated from Parsons School Of Design in New York and her work is currently published in magazines such as Condé Nast Traveler, Travel and Leisure, Martha Stewart Living, and Food and Wine. When she is not traveling, she enjoys shooting weddings or other intimate events in Miami or wherever it takes her.