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Sunny Isles is a barrier island across from Miami beach dedicated to recreation and entertainment dating back to the 1920s. There is a sense of exclusiveness when you step onto the island that is irresistible. A place where you can pamper yourself with carefree living. The beautiful beaches, pristine ocean, and wild nature invite you to forget all your stress and just have fun. History is tucked away in unexpected places alongside interesting adventures like riding an airboat through the Everglades. Explore water sports and wildlife or bask in the sun. Get a special spa treatment and buy one-of-a-kind outfits. It’s all here and more!Fully equipped rentals for everyone
Conveniently located right on Sunny Isles Beach, these rentals deliver quite the value. With ocean views right outside your window, you’ll have amenities like a fully equipped kitchen, comfortable living room with a flat screen TV and washing machine. These rentals are perfect for solo travelers and small/medium groups. Most of the listings include pool access with lounge chairs right on the beach and some even offer tennis courts onsite. Have a hot breakfast on the balcony/terrace while watching the day begin. Or, work on your tan by the pool. These rentals give you the flexibility of choice.
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The area and getting around
Travelers will find lots to do on Sunny Isles. Collins Avenue is where all the cafes, restaurants, shopping venues, and nightlife are concentrated on Sunny Isles Beach. Haulover park is perfect for beach bums having a relaxing vacation. A great option for wine lovers is Abaco Wine Bar only 30 minutes away. The sommelier will customize your experience to your personal taste and share his knowledge, so you’ll get some education along with all the fun. At Lost City Brewing Co. you’ll enjoy live music, good vibes, tasty dishes and 16 taps to quench your thirst. They feature 9 craft beers brewed on site and 7 others at their large tap room where you can taste and learn about the brewing process.Gorgeous Spanish monastery
There’s more to Sunny Isles than basking in the sun and shopping. Visit a beautiful historic site, the Ancient Spanish Monastery in North Miami Beach, originally St Bernard de Clairvaux Church and discover its unique story. The monastery is a 12th century relic from Segovia, Spain that was disassembled and moved to Florida in the 1960s and now belongs to the Episcopal church. Don’t miss out on luxury shopping in a beautifully landscaped vista at Bal Harbor. You’ll love this venue!
Travelers and activities
Sunny Isles has a fantastic history of the new era where the middle class had leisure time to enjoy the sandy Florida beaches. In 1925, at the start of Sunny Isles development, racing was the name of the game. The Fulford-Miami Speedway was the first all wooden track and the races were the beginning of a history of racing in Florida. At the same time Kitsch Highway developed with “Motel Row”, 30 exotic family budgeted two-floor motels designed mostly by Giller. Sunny Isles Pier, built in 1936 was a half mile long and still exists today under the new name Newport Fishing Pier. You’ll find these stories and much more at the History Miami Museum in nearby Miami.Sunny Isles Beach for Outdoor Adventurers
When you think Florida, imagine the Everglades. They occupy one-third of southern Florida and Sunny Isles Beach is just minutes away. Take an airboat tour or hike if you dare and observe the frighteningly amazing American Alligator in its natural habitat. Other beautiful creatures like the sea cow, flamingos, herons and more fill this wild wonderland. Along the beach ride jet skis or go water-skiing like the good old days. The area is also known for shipwrecks, making it a Scuba Diver’s paradise. In West Lake Park get a kayak to explore the interesting waterways. Awesome Sport fishing charters are available or visit famous Newton Pier Park if you prefer to stay on the ground.
Sunny Isles Beach has been around since the 1920s as North Miami Beach. In 1931 the name was changed.
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Catch some improv comedy acts at the Villain Theater in little Haiti on Tuesday, Friday, and Saturday nights. You might just meet the next great comedian. Drinks and tapas are served during the shows and acting classes are offered during the week for those who are interested.2. Explore the Everglades
At Everglade Safari Park you’ll get your thrills on the airboat ride through the everglades observing alligators, Florida panther, snail kite(falcon), manatees, snakes and tortoises. There is also interesting and beautiful plant life in this freshwater habitat. Several live performances and exhibits add to the educational entertainment.3. Snorkel at Key Largo
Key Largo is a wonderfully refreshing day trip from Sunny Isles. The 1.5 hour journey on the scenic road is very enjoyable. And it’s the closest of the Florida Keys where you’ll see beautiful marine life and coral either by snorkeling or scuba diving at John Pennekamp Park.4. Gorgeous sunset and delicious food
Juniper on the Water is a beautiful restaurant featuring ocean views for everyone. The food is amazing with a romantic sunset ambiance for dinner. Or stop by for brunch and enjoy 90 minutes of bottomless mimosas with delectable entrées. This is a great family friendly experience.5. Walk in the artist’s world
You’ll see amazing street art where a wall or building was transformed by artists. The Wynwood Walls Street Art Tour is a must for culture minded people like yourself where you’ll be immersed in the artist’s world. Your guide will share the history about the area, why it was chosen for the art, and direct you to the best eateries and nightlife in the area after the tour.