SoBe, as its inhabitants call it, or South Beach Miami for the rest of us, is located between Biscayne Bay and the Atlantic Ocean and covers all of Miami Beach's islands south of Indian Creek. The transformation of South Beach Miami from arable land to a holiday paradise began today in 1910 with the construction of Collins Bridge, which is the first land connection between Miami's mainland and beaches. In 1926, Hurricane destroyed most of the new area, but currently around 40,000 inhabitants live in South Beach, and many other homes are second holiday homes.
Before Miami Vice hit television screens in 1970, South Beach was really a very poor and undesirable area with a shocking crime rate, which undoubtedly inspired the theme of Miami Vice! Today, however, South Beach Miami is located far from the world of injustice and is one of the richest, desirable and most prosperous commercial areas preferred by celebrities, fashion designers, business tycoons, sports enthusiasts and tourists. Miami offers a year-round holiday atmosphere, and even if it rains – there are countless activities that will allow you and your family to spend their holidays.
South Beach Miami is an important entertainment venue with over 150 nightclubs, countless restaurants, fashion boutiques and hotels, making this area popular with both American and international tourists. Here you can choose from luxury boutique hotels, guesthouses and inexpensive hostels, so the resort is accessible to everyone, including students on a budget and budget families can now enjoy incredible fun and safe vacation on South Beach.
Fashion lovers and shopping enthusiasts can choose from the great and unique offers at Lincoln Road Malls, extending to the beach between 16th Street and 17th Street going east-west. South Beach Miami is a place where new fashion is presented and where you can be the first to try, buy and wear! Shopping centers are full of fashionable boutiques, galleries and small intimate restaurants that will satisfy all tastes.
Club fans can head to Washington Park and Washington Avenue, one of South Beach's most-known and cosmopolitan areas. Washington has some of the largest and most popular nightclubs in the world, including Cameo and Mansion, as well as elegant shops and boutique hotels. It can be the art of gaining admission to the best nightclubs in Miami – you need to practice masking somewhat enthusiastic porters and always have Plan B ready for action! Soon you will improve your technique, but be prepared for one or two refusals. Admission costs from 20 to over 100 USD and may include a line that requires several hours of patience to access the hottest night spots visited by celebrities.
Spring break and Easter is a very popular time to visit Miami for everyone. Stars of all genres arrive at the International Film Festival, Winter Music Conference and Fashion Week, which take place in March. Perhaps it is here that new trends are set for the upcoming summer season, and being here to witness annual events is a unique and exceptional experience. In spring, the weather is very pleasant for beach activities, golf, tennis and water sports at temperatures of the twenties and thirties, so that families with children can enjoy the beaches without excessive sunlight of pale winter skin.
Ocean Drive is a very popular spring break and tourist area that includes Lummus Drive and the famous Pearl and Nikki Beach nightclubs. Gianni Versace lived here – he can't be angry! The popular Ocean Drive restaurants include News Cafe, Mango and Clevelander, which were highlighted and made it a cool place to see on MTV.
A carefully selected trip to the Everglades National Park in Florida is a must for every tourist, especially for one-time guests. This world-famous park with 10,000 islands is one of the few places in the world where you can safely meet amazing wild animals in their original natural environment.
The magnificent rare birds, American alligators, mangroves, rare orchids and the naturally diverse landscapes of this park create a rare opportunity for families and anyone who is interested to experience something educational, real and completely contrasting with the white sandy beaches of Miami. Fishermen and fishermen can go on a guided trip to catch snooka and tarpona, and visitors can go to the Everglades with a kayak, kayak, raft or motorboat. You can organize a flight over the Everglades by helicopter or light aircraft, and guided tours that are of particular interest to ornithologists are easily organized.
Family adventures in the desert at Babcock Ranch, swamp rides and dinners in cowboys. Babcock Ranch organizes a safari with wild alligators, bison, panthers and birds, and there is a zoo in the Naples area, and all Miami features are an interesting and contrasting change of scenery.
Catamaran and pontoon boat trips are popular on Naples and the Marco Islands with their pristine beaches. You can also rent your own boat and take the party on a private cruise. Cruises at sunset go daily to peaceful places where you can enjoy the sunsets over the Gulf of Mexico, sipping a fruit cocktail and picking spicy treats. While playing, you can see dolphins, grazing manatees, breeding birds such as heron and heron – this is nature at its best.
Quick cancellation and excellent golfing at the Miami Golf Club guarantee that golf enthusiasts will not win or be disappointed, and visitors will have at their disposal many other sports attractions in Miami South Beach. The tree-lined promenade is always popular with walkers for a walk, as well as for roller-skating, jogging and cycling.
The tempting white sandy beaches and turquoise waters of Miami South Beach offer endless possibilities for surfing, sunbathing, water skiing, snorkelling, swimming, sailing and all other water sports and you can always catch a game of beach volleyball. In the evening, a session at one of the many world-class spas is a must, a great place to relax after a day in the sun thanks to body treatments that will make you feel relaxed, rejuvenated and ready for the excitement the night has to offer in Miami South Beach.