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Venetian Islands

Venetian Islands in South Florida

Venetian Islands

Venetian Islands are a chain of man-made islands north of of Palm Island, Hibiscus Island and Star Island in Biscayne Bay, which are part of both the cities of Miami and Miami Beach. The six islands, connected by the Venetian Causeway, are Biscayne Island, San Marco Island, Di Lido Island, San Marino Island, Rivo Alto Island, and Belle Isle.

Heading west on the Venetian Causeway offers easy access to Downtown Miami, the American Airlines Arena, home of the NBA World Champions, The Miami Heat, to the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts for Broadway and musical performances, to Bayside Marketplace with a large selection of shops and dining choices, and to the Port of Miami, home to some of the largest cruise ships in the world. Within minutes as you head east on the Venetian Causeway and exit on 17th Street, you will be in the heart of the vibrant South Beach area with Lincoln Road between 16th and 17th Streets, which is known for its trendy shops and exciting nightlife. The Venetian Causeway has also become a popular stretch for residents to take a stroll, watch the sunset, jog, bike, or walk their dogs.

The Venetian Islands feature a number of beautifully landscaped, luxury, waterfront homes furnished with lavish details, and offer spectacular views of Biscayne Bay and the Miami skyline. So many from around the world have found this tropical paradise, and it continues to be an attraction to the wealthy for the elegant, relaxing, island lifestyle they can retreat to on a regular basis.

Venetian Islands (Miami Area)

Venetian Islands is considered one of the best places to live in when you have young children and is also the best area for those looking for one of the best places (Miami Area) to relocate!

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Samuel Johnson once wrote "To be happy at home is the ultimate result of all ambition". This expression is true for many Americans. Of all the components that make up a happy life, your home is one of, if not the most important.
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