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Life's a Beach in Miami



Posted on: 10 Aug 2017

Located on the tip of Key Biscayne, Bill Baggs Cape Florida Beach is a relaxing and scenic alternative to some of Miami's more popular beaches. It is also home to an historic lighthouse, the oldest standing building in Greater Miami which offers scheduled tours twice daily from Thursdays through Mondays.

This beach doesn't lack in beauty or scenery and also offers plenty of activities. There are walking and bicycle trails winding through native vegetation. Amenities include restrooms, picnic tables, food concessions and shower facilities. Fishing enthusiasts or families looking to cast a line can grab some bait and tackle and fish from the seawall along Biscayne Bay.

Visitors will also find two onsite restaurants: the Lighthouse Café which faces the beach and Boaters Grill, located on a quiet lagoon. Both restaurants offer delicious Cuban food, sandwiches and cold drinks.

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