Key Biscayne, also known as "The Island Paradise", has changed from a tranquil sand and palm rimmed island to a cosmopolitan community with the best of both worlds. Beautiful beaches and magnificent parks remind you how close we are to nature. The surrounding pristine waters of Biscayne Bay and the Atlantic Ocean encourage the return of sea turtles to nest and enjoy our Island Paradise. From our roots in nature, we have evolved into the vibrant, international community of today, recently celebrating the Village's 20th anniversary as an independent municipality.
The business district on Crandon Boulevard includes multiple shopping centers with inviting stores and dedicated professionals that can help residents and visitors in many different languages. Restaurants of different nationalities with exotic delicious dishes and welcoming atmospheres give you the option to try anything from Argentine to Indian cuisine.
You can also appreciate a diversity of sports on the island. Play tennis on a purple court at the Crandon Tennis Center, like Novak Djokovic did when winning the Sony Ericsson Tennis Open. Try kite-surfing, stand-up paddle-boarding, bicycling, sailing or deep sea fishing from the different marinas and visit "No name Harbor", one of the best places to stop in a sailboat on the east coast of the country.
Our Visitors Center at the Chamber of Commerce is willing to help you enjoy your stay and will provide data and information for you. We are located in Village Hall, 88 W. McIntyre Street #100, adjacent to the Police Station. The Center is staffed M-F from 9-5 but is open even when the staff is not present for your convenience. Please enjoy your time on our Island Paradise.
Gabriel Chavaria AIA Leed Ap
Chairman, Key Biscayne Chamber of Commerce