Espanola Way on South Beach

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Tucked away on a palm tree-lined pedestrian only street with string lights twinkling overhead, Española Way is a charming historic throwback in the heart of South Beach. Conceived as a “historic Spanish village” by NBT Roney in 1925, the two-block corridor between Washington and Pennsylvania Avenues was designed to resemble the romantic Mediterranean villages of Spain and France. Here, buildings are made of chalky pink stucco with Spanish tile roofs where sidewalk cafes are shaded by striped awnings. It’s a prime area to escape from the hustle and bustle of Washington Avenue, get some shade, go shopping and enjoy lunch or dinner and a cocktail or espresso at anyone of more than 10 restaurants and lounges.

Española Way features weekly programming from flamenco and salsa dancing to yoga and an open air local makers market. This historic cultural gem is a must stop during any visit to South Beach.

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