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Highlights in Miami Beach

  • Surfing
  • Calm beaches
  • Boat trips and jetskiing
  • Nightlife
  • Semi-Tropical weather

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Miami Beach Vacation Rentals

Seafront Vacation Rental

There are beautiful, fully equipped vacation rental and beach villas along the beautiful coastline of Miami Beach. The popular south beach area boasts a vacation home for small and large groups and includes private pools, ocean views, gardens, beach access and proximity to nightlife. You can select from beach villas, cabins and apartments near the Miami city centre or closer to the waterfront, Fontainebleau, Dodge Island and Bayshore.

Rural Rental Home and Holiday Villages

There are plenty of inland and coastal vacation homes on Miami Beach and in Miami. You can book a rental home, stay at resort villages, go glamping or stay at a hotel or rural retreat. There are cabins available at The Setai, and the Miami Beach Resort and Spa.

Vacationing on Miami Beach

Naturally Protected Beaches

Miami is located on the Miami River on the east coast of Florida. It borders Biscayne Bay to the east. Key Biscayne and Miami Beach shelter the bay from the Atlantic Ocean, so Miami has a natural, calm harbour. The Miami beach area is a sandy coastline with some wooded outlying areas. There is a manufactured canal which connects the city to Lake Okeechobee. It is a snap to rent a fully equipped vacation home.

Calm Sandy Beach

Thanks to calm, warm weather, Miami Beach is serene and pleasant. Miami Beach is located on south Florida island, and joins with the mainland by bridges. From the north shore area you can find wide beaches that extend past Lummus Park to South Pointe Park. The southern area, South Beach, is known for its popularity with celebrities and models.

A Great Place to Jetski

Many people choose to enjoy the ocean by means of a jetski. You can rent one, take lessons, or take a jetski tour. If you want to tour Miami beach and the Miami area in a unique, fun and adventurous way, then a jetski is a fantastic choice.

Miami Beach
Miami Beach


Outdoor Adventures on Miami Beach

Choosing to rent a vacation home on Miami Beach is a great idea for outdoor enthusiasts. You can take a speedboat tour, go diving, cycling or take a bus tour, hike the beaches, visit the Florida everglades or do a sundowner tour. At night the beach bars and clubs come alive. The kids will enjoy the Zoological Wildlife foundation tours.

Pristine Beach Holiday Destination

Miami offers swathes of beautiful sandy beaches which rival the best in the world. Simply sun yourself or walk along the beach, swim, splash or play with the kids. There is nothing quite like the heat and humidity of a Miami beach trip. Enjoy the birdlife, eat fish and chips with the locals and watch the sun go down.

A Surfer’s Paradise

Miami Beach is a great location to ride a few waves or learn how to surf. There are numerous areas for safe surfing for beginners and more experienced surfers. South beach is a favourite surfing spot for many and you can get to know the ins and outs at your own pace.


Top 5 things to do in Miami Beach

1. South Pointe Park

South Pointe Park is a great day trip. The area boasts walking paths, a food stand, 360 degree ocean views and a kids grassy area. It is a 17 acre area which is ideal for bench lounging, running, play, ocean watching and has been created with an eco-friendly ethic.

2. Lincoln Road

Lincoln road is the major shopping district in the Miami Beach area. The shopping area runs from east to west between 16th and 17th street. It is home to shops, cafes, restaurants and more. It is a pedestrian-onlyzone so the promenade is a safe area to shop and dine in. You can buy all the latest clothing and accessories in the Lincoln Road district.

3.Miami Beach Botanical Garden

The Miami Beach Botanical Garden extends over 2.6-acres of urban green space. It was founded in 1962 and transformed in 2011 according to the artistic vision of landscape architect Raymond Jungles.

4. Holocaust Memorial of Greater Miami Jewish Federation

The Holocaust Memorial Miami Beach is visited by more than 100,000 people each year. The art and exhibits honour the six million Jews that lost their lives during World War II. It is well-known for the Sculpture of Love and Anguish which depicts families trying to help each other as they were about to be put to death.

5.Flagler Monument Island

Flagler Monument Island is an uninhabited area in the south Beach area of Biscayne Bay. It is a large obelisk with sculptures around the bottom and was built to honour Miami pioneer Henry M. Flagler, who died in 1913.

Miami Beach was once a mangrove swamp

Useful Information

Semi-Tropical climate

Miami Beach has a semi-tropical climate and no real temperature extremes. Summer is a long, warm season where plenty of rain falls. The winter is very dry and mild. The area is well-known for its humidity. Hurricanes do occasionally occur in September and October. Waterspouts are sometimes seen during the summer.

Festival of Lights

Miami Beach hosts numerous annual events including the Ultra Music Festival, Soundscape Cinema Series and Memorial Day weekend. The International Jazz Festival is a highlight of the year.