Whether it’s a nature reserve, a, family-friendly stretch of sand or a party spot lined with cafes and bars, there’s a beach in Miami perfect for you.
The airport area’s growing corporate business community is located right next to MIA.
The largest mall in the area is surrounded by a tropical residential community.
For a balance of shopping and lounging in luxury, check out beachside Bal Harbour.
Come to this bohemian village to sail, eat, shop or simply stroll along the bay.
Quaint Coral Gables has a unique style of coral buildings and Mediterranean architecture.
The Design District is a center of lux galleries, showrooms, designer outposts and more.
Golf, an international residential community and businesses are all in Doral.
Downtown Miami is an urban area with equal parts international business and art venues.
See 15,000 years of human history in the natural wonderland of the Florida Everglades.
Get out of the city without actually leaving the Greater Miami area.
Just off Miami’s mainland, Key Biscayne is a lush beach town with seaside attractions.
Little Haiti is in the midst of a renaissance of Haitian and indie-music cultures.
Come get a taste for Cuban culture in this area, the center of Miami’s Cuban community.
Lined with dining options and filled with culture, Miami Beach is more than a beach area.
Overtown/Liberty City have a history as centers of Miami’s black community.
World famous, ultra-hip South Beach is a part of Miami Beach worth recognizing alone.
Sunny Isles Beach is a quiet area above Miami Beach. Read on for more on this beach town.
Miami’s hippest area, Wynwood is full of art from the exterior walls to inside galleries.
Bal Harbour’s beach is quiet, semi-private and just steps away from famed Bal Harbour shopping.
This idyllic Key Biscayne beach has a historic lighthouse, beachside restaurants and toy rentals.
This two-mile beach on Key Biscayne features beach volleyball courts, a nature center and more.
Haulover Beach, north of Miami Beach, is Miami’s popular nude beach and hosts dog friendly days.
Pull off the Rickenbacker Causeway on the way to Key Biscayne and rent a windsurf rig for the day.
Venture to South Miami-Dade County and enjoy a quiet, shaded beach with a restaurant and marina.
Matheson is a prime spot for kite boarding, popular with children and houses a man-made atoll pool.
The elevated boardwalk sets apart Miami Beach’s central stretch from 21st Street to 78th.
Miami Beach’s northern beach has an old fashioned band shell, a community center and a park.
America’s Party Beach earned its nickname. Visit this beach for a party-like atmosphere all year.
South Pointe Park has a beach with features like a tot lot, walkways and a scenic observation deck.
For green spaces and an unobstructed, nature-filled view, check out North Shore Open Space Park.
Oleta River State Park, in North Miami Beach, is Florida’s largest urban park. Lose yourself here.
A two-mile long beach known for snorkeling and water sports, including fishing from the pier.
Surfside beach is a jogger’s paradise. Runners will want to hit the hard-packed sand jogging path.
This beach, en route to Key Biscayne, celebrates the ecological and cultural history of Miami.
Whether you're in town for a week or a weekend, find out the best way to plan your day or guilty pleasure with these itineraries.
See the Art Deco District, taste your first Cuban coffee. Swim with the dolphins or feel the sand between your toes. Your first time in Miami is something to savor.
Clubs aren’t the only places that stay open late on South Beach. Lots of places on Miami Beach are open 24 hours. From Cuban cafes to laundromats, get the scoop on stuff that’s open during the wee hours
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The scoop on family friendly Miami.
Let Miami’s limos, buses, taxis and private cars make your transportation a breeze.
Greater Miami and the Beaches is a sprawling city built of diverse areas.