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WELCOME TO COCONUT GROVE One of the oldest neighborhoods in Miami

A Secluded Paradise

Established in 1873, Coconut Grove stands as one of Miami’s most historic neighborhoods. Nestled along the shores of Biscayne Bay, it is renowned for its tranquil streets, abundant greenery, picturesque parks, and marinas. Locals affectionately refer to it as “The Grove,” where a laid-back, bohemian ambiance prevails, complemented by charming shops and art boutiques housed in Mediterranean-inspired buildings. One of the neighborhood’s most enticing features is its unique position, providing a private retreat just moments away from the vibrant energy of Downtown and South Beach.

Navigating the Waters of Coconut Grove

Enthusiasts of boating find Coconut Grove irresistible, thanks to its numerous marinas and waterways. The options are abundant, with destinations such as Dinner Key Marina, Grove Harbour Marina, Coconut Grove Sailing Club, Biscayne Bay Yacht Club, and the Coral Reef Yacht Club.

Retail Therapy, Dining, and Entertainment in Coconut Grove

Coconut Grove caters to those in search of shopping, dining, and entertainment. The Mayfair shopping mall and the iconic Cocowalk, nestled in the heart of Coconut Grove, offer a diverse array of shops and restaurants for residents to savor. Local favorites include the Green Street Café, Planta Queen, and Tigertail + Mary. On weekends, the streets come alive with live music, courtesy of the Grove Green Farmers Market on Saturdays and the annual Coconut Grove Arts Festival. Visitors can explore the historic Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, where a lush jungle of native plants provides insight into the history of Miami’s discovery by Spanish explorers.

Educational Excellence in Coconut Grove

Coconut Grove is home to some of the finest private schools in Miami, including Ransom Everglades, Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart, Immaculata-La Salle High School, St. Stephen’s Episcopal Day School, and Saint Hugh Catholic. Additionally, the neighborhood boasts several outstanding public schools, such as Coconut Grove Elementary, George Carver Elementary, and George Washington Carver Middle.