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  • Explore Sunny Isles Beach, Also Known as “Florida’s Riviera”

    A name like “Sunny Isles Beach” should belong to a tropical paradise – pristine sand, sparkling ocean and a fruity cocktail in hand. This barrier island-town in Miami lives up to its name in every way. Play tourist and stay at one of the many first-class hotels, or spend your days enjoying nature. Sunny Isles Beach has it all and knows how to show it off.

    Play by the Ocean:

    Newport Fishing Pier is the only place to fish in Sunny Isles Beach. But, when there’s 776 feet of pier, most visitors don’t mind. Maintained by the Newport Beachside Hotel & Resort, it was restored after 2005’s Hurricane Wilma and includes a restaurant. You can also ride a bike through Oleta River State Park, which boasts the title of “Florida’s largest urban park.” Test your mettle on one of the many trails or float along the river on a kayak. Guests can even reserve a cabin to reconnect with nature.

    Like working on your tan more than paddling a canoe? Head out to Haulover Beach Park. It’s mostly known for its clothing-optional section, but that’s only part of Haulover. Those who prefer to keep their suits on will have no trouble enjoying a regular day at the beach. The park also has a tennis center and golf course.

    If you’ve ever thought about taking yoga, the town provides several free classes. Highlights on the schedule include sunrise and full moon yoga on the beach. And, a little further down brings you to world-class shopping at the Bal Harbour Shops.

    World-Class Restaurants in Florida’s Riviera:

    In this beach town, there’s no shortage of fabulous restaurants with the views to match. Acqualina Resort and Spa’s Italian offering, II Mulino, will more than qualify for a “special occasion” dinner. Those looking for more local fare can venture inward to Timo, a long-standing Mediterranean neighborhood favorite. The unique Chayhana Oasis offers a delectable menu that fuses European, Russian and Middle Eastern flavors. For an adventurous experience and extremely fresh seafood, check out the Poseidon Fish & Meat Market

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    Miami Beach, Fl 33139