Key Biscayne which is south of Miami Beach has everything you would ever expect to find in a flawless vacation spot and more. This perfect little island faces the Atlantic Ocean, connecting to Miami via the Rickenbacker Causeway and is home to the Sony Ericson Open. It is literally a traveler’s paradise. You may begin your journey by getting a Birdseye view of Key Biscayne and the Miami skyline with Miami Seaplane Tours. They offer four sightseeing excursions with prices starting at just one hundred and thirty six US dollars per person or go feel glamorous at the Ritz with their magnificent spa and beauty amenities with extremely friendly staff and excellent services. The spas at the Ritz will have you getting in the Zen in no time. Crandon Park is a great family friendly county park. This park happens to have an adjacent national park expanding your options for a great family vacation. Whether you are in the mood to golf, play tennis, kayak, dive, sail away from this beautiful beach into the Atlantic Ocean or look for kite boarding rentals which happen to be available here, the memories you will acquire will be unforgettable. If you are looking to go solo and prefer to have a leisurely day on your own; I highly recommend spending part of your day relaxing on the beach. Key Biscayne is popular for its pristine beach and great amenities. So much so that once you are in this bubble of an island, it is difficult to leave and explore other parts of Miami. If being one with nature is your forte, you can venture out to the mangroves and lagoons towards the west of the village or look for shipwrecks near the lighthouse. Uninhabited Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park is absolutely heavenly with its all natural and local vegetation. For a minimal entrance fee, Bill Baggs state park has fishing peers, bike rentals, restaurants, boats, free guided tours of the lighthouse with incredible views from the top and nature trails where you can enjoy bird watching with hundreds of bird species and over 50 species of butterflies, this place is an absolute nature lover’s oasis. Ice Cream anyone? Get a brain freeze at any one of Key Biscayne ice cream shops like Haagen-Dazs, Ben and Jerry’s or Coco Gelato. If what you need is a coffee fix, Starbucks is right around the corner. Any way you choose to spend your time, this barrier island will be as leisurely as a honeymoon in Saint Tropez or as wild an adventure in the down under. Looking to rub shoulder with celebrities as your leisurely past time? Key Biscayne is home of winter vacation to A-list stars so go and grab your camera but not like a paparazzi please, these humans need some privacy too you know. For great travel and leisure deals go to http://www.groupon.com/local/key-biscayne-fl/things-to-do.