Key Biscayne, an island located in Miami has been known for its famous cape Florida Lighthouse has grown to be a huge latin community.  It is a very luxurious town in Florida. Located across the Rickenbacker Causeway from Miami. 

  It lies between 2 large parks—Crandon Park and Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park—each with long, sheltered beaches, mangroves and tropical forest inhabited by birdlife, butterflies and loggerhead turtles.


Exploring the national park and going to the lighthouse is a must. It is a beautiful way to explore the ocean, the park and forest and have some peace. 


Crandon beach is located at the beginning on the Key, once you cross the bridges you can go into the public beach area. It has a wide beach, a park, some public grills and a nice place to enjoy the day. The sunrises are amazing from this spot, and the sunset creates beautiful colors in the sky.


Virginia Key has some amazing mountain bike trails to go and explore. If you are a lover of outdoor activities it is a great place to go spend an afternoon with your bike.


A traditional place to have some scrambled eggs with french baguettes, and the best croissants in town! You CANT miss going to this cafe, at least try their coffee! So worth your time.


The village green is the public park in KB. It is great to go do some workouts in an open space, has a playground for children and two huge soccer fields, also useful for workouts!


The no name harbor bahia is the nicest place to go riding in bike. It is located inside the Bill Bags National Park, and the Boater’s Grill is the ideal spot for having some fresh grilled fish &  ceviche!


Another place I will have to mention is our FAVORITE Argentinean restaurant: Novecento. The meat is incomparable, the empanadas, the saladas, PANQUEQUES WITH DULCE DE LECHE!!  everything is simply GREAT. Don’t miss going, and it has nice happy hour delights!

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