If you don’t know where to start with Miami ample beach offerings, start here. Lummus Park is your go to for incredible views.
This beach sits at the very top of Miami Beach, and is great for families in particular. There’s a picnic area, a playground, and plenty of spots.
Miles of perfect sand and surf make Haulover a great family beach. It’s one of South Florida’s best places to fly a kite.
A short drive over the Key Biscayne bridge feels like a world (and century) away from modern-day Miami.
You want the ocean, but you’re not trying to do Ocean. Locals know to head to Mid-Beach between 21st to 45th street.
The beach between 46th and 63rd Street is pleasant, not too crowded and very family-oriented. Sure, there’s a soulless backdrop of bland condos.
A sleepy residential enclave that’s less than a mile long, Surfside exudes a small beach town vibe because everyone knows each other.
There are said to be more millionaires per capita in Bal Harbour than in any other city in the U.S., which explains why the beaches are so impeccable.
Architectural kitsch and older tourists once defined Sunny Isles, but the past two decades have brought a luxury beachside condo boom.