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About Biscayne Bay

Biscayne Bay is a shallow lagoon situated along the southeastern coast of Miami, Florida. The bay is one of the most beautiful bodies of water in the world, and hosts a rich and diverse marine eco-system and living coral reefs harboring vibrantly colored fish and extraordinary flora. Florida... read more

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Biscayne Bay is a shallow lagoon situated along the southeastern coast of Miami, Florida. The bay is one of the most beautiful bodies of water in the world, and hosts a rich and diverse marine eco-system and living coral reefs harboring vibrantly colored fish and extraordinary flora. Florida's Intracoastal Waterway runs through the center of Biscayne Bay.

Biscayne Bay is a fantastic aquatic playground with a multitude of marinas, sailing clubs, and is a water sport lover’s haven for canoeing, surfing, and kayaking. Tourism is the economic core of the bay which features pristine sandy beaches, open green space and preserves, bustling shipping ports, commercial and high-rise buildings, and lovely neighborhoods, each reflecting their own style and character. The communities depend on the bay for recreation, navigation and water supply. Biscayne Bay is home to the educational facility of Florida International Campus.

Located on Biscayne Bay Boulevard, the marvelous Bayside Marketplace overlooks Biscayne Bay and is a vibrant shopping district. Hundreds of shops, restaurants, retail stores, and charming sidewalk cafes offer visitors endless food, fun, and shopping pleasures. A pedestrian link transport visitors to the American Airlines Arena. Visit the golden sandy beaches of Miami Beach, the Miami Children’s Museum, or take a tour of the interesting and educational Biscayne Bay Aquatic Preserve.

Explore and see and feel the magical beauty of Biscayne Bay captivate and enthrall visitors with its beautiful panoramic vistas of crystal clear green blue waters, mangrove lined shores, blue skies, and remarkable wild, plant and birdlife. Wading birds, sea grasses and sponges, endangered species, such as the manatee, sea turtles, and tropical fish inhabit the waters of the bay. Biscayne National Park is approximately 30 miles from downtown Miami and boasts the longest undeveloped shoreline on the east coast of Florida. The main portion on land is at Convoy Point which provides spectacular views of some small islands and of Biscayne Bay. A lovely boardwalk is ideal for strolling, and provides amazing views of the peaceful calm water and the mangroves along its shores. Excellent fishing opportunity exists in the park and is also very popular with outdoor enthusiasts to enjoy snorkeling, camping, picnicking, diving, boating, or simply just to relax and watch the abundant wildlife and dazzling natural beauty of Biscayne Bay.