With white, sandy beaches, turquoise waters and an over-the-top cultural scene, Miami Beach attracts millions of visitors to its world-famous shores each year. Boasting some of the best examples of art deco and MiMo architecture, the 7-mile island also offers many of the finest dining experiences anywhere, including two of the newest Michelin-starred restaurants. Suppose your passion lies in health and wellness. In that case, Miami Beach has 44 public parks, two public golf courses, two tennis centers, an uninterrupted Beachwalk from one end of the city to the other, multiple community pools, and even an ice rink for those who miss winter. Pack the sunscreen, book your flight and visit Miami Beach for a vacation getaway unlike any other.
Explore Our Neighborhoods
No matter what time of year you visit Miami Beach, make it a point to jog, bike or take a stroll along the newly completed Beachwalk. Spanning the entire length of Miami Beach, the oceanside promenade offers residents and visitors a unique, nature-based experience. Skip the traffic and get in touch with the great natural beauty that envelops Miami Beach. You’ll find bicycle rentals at specially marked kiosks throughout the island. If you get tired, you can always hop aboard one of the complimentary trolleys that connect the city’s three neighborhoods — South Beach, Mid Beach and North Beach.
History of Miami Beach
The City of Miami Beach is committed to improving the environmental sustainability of the community
and this includes improving and creating awareness of sustainable tourism.
Department of Tourism & Cultural
1755 Meridian Ave, Suite 500
Miami Beach, FL 33139
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