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  • South Beach – The Home of the Beautiful

    Mention South Beach and images of flawless beaches, sunny blue skies and beautiful people come to mind. That’s exactly what you will find in SoBe and more. Happening nightlife, iconic architecture and parties make this beach destination a top pick on every traveler’s bucket list.

    The Legendary Lummus Park:

    Immortalized by movies and television, Lummus Park is South Beach’s communal beachfront. Watch as Miami’s stereotypical statements come to life. Equipped with scenic sidewalks and volleyball courts freely accessible to the public, an active day of beach fun is always on the cards.

    By evening, revelers frequent the area around Ocean Drive, Washington and Collins Avenue, particularly leaning towards the shopping district of Lincoln Road. This open-air shopping area is as famous for its eye candy, as its fashion sensibilities. The nightlife here is the stuff of legends. Going club-hopping, you could easily bump into famous models and celebrities.

    Artsy Art Deco:

    Sweeping though Ocean Drive is an era gone by. Pastels, florals, neon signs and nautical designs come splashed across stark white façades. Preserving the boutique hotels and other iconic structures of the 1930s, the Art Deco vibe turns everything bright and cheery. Walking tours introduce visitors to the nuances of these historic structures with a choice of memorabilia to remember them by.

    Sensations South of 5th:

    The area South of 5th is the epitome of luxury. Seek respite in this serene sub-district for a break from the adrenaline of South Beach. The tropical landscape of SoFi comes surrounded by the great Atlantic, making South Pointe the perfect spot to soak in the sun and watch life go by. Take your time and unwind in cozy restaurants and dining spots. For the best crab claws, a visit to the legendary Joe’s Stone Crab comes highly recommended. The more artistically inclined will find the perfect indulgences at the World Erotic Art Museum.


    The Miami Beach Boardwalk begins at 48th Street and stretches down to 23rd Street, continuing forward as a paved surface to 5th Street, and Baywalk after. It is a popular spot for joggers, bikers, skateboarders, and even those out for a casual stroll. The sparkling waters of the Atlantic and gorgeous sandy beaches are a big draw for residents and tourists alike. It also hosts dozens of concession stands, cafes, and trendy boutiques to cater to your every need.


    It is no surprise that the Miami Beach Marina is one of the highlights of this sunny city. The Marina’s deep waters flaunt 400 slips that can hold anything from dive boats to luxury yachts. Here, you can let the uninterrupted beauty of Miami Beach bewitch you, or enjoy the endless fishing and sailing opportunities it offers.

    Smith & Wollensky:

    If you are looking for an eatery that has great energy and an unparalleled ambiance, then Smith & Wollensky is the perfect place for you. This iconic steakhouse has been part of Miami Beach’s landscape since 1977. This is not a place where fussy dinner rules apply. You can sit back, enjoy your meal and take in the majestic scenery as massive freighters and cruise ships pass by your table.


    Monty’s embodies that breezy, mellow vibe that tourists expect from Miami Beach. This Tiki bar is located right in the heart of the Marina. Its stunning waterfront views, half-off Happy Hour discounts, and great live music have made Monty’s a very popular part of Miami Beach.

    Standard Hotel:

    Located steps away from the action on Miami Beach, this spa hotel is a nod to the city’s golden age. It offers a refuge when you need it, but is not so far away as to cut you off from the fun. The Standard Hotel rests within serene tropical gardens and offers breezy private rooms, soaking tubs, and hydrotherapy rooms to keep you rejuvenated throughout your visit.


    The brand-new South Pointe Park pier is a stunning addition to Miami Beach’s landscape. The 450-foot pathway incorporates the city’s classic art deco style. It also allows room for fishing, watching the cruise ships go by, or admiring Miami’s glittering skyline.

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