A warm climate bathed by the sun throughout the year, the vitality and the Latin fun and impressive natural corners are waiting for you in Miami.
Fun, exclusivity, gastronomy are offering us the best combination of Latin and American character.
Subtropical temperatures throughout the year
Entertainment for all styles
Vitality and nature
Turquoise waters and lush palm trees. Welcome to Miami Beach. South Beach has become the most famous beach in Miami after having been the setting for many Hollywood movies. Located on Ocean Drive, Miami offers everything you need to spend the perfect day with your family, your couple or your friends.
You can enjoy more nice beaches such as South Pointe Park, Mid-Beach (between 23rd and 46th streets), North Miami Beach (from 46th to 63rd streets), Haulover Beach (Miami’s nude beach), Crandon Park, Surfside and Sunny Isles Beach.
There you can rent a kayak, surf incredible waves, play volleyball, practice water skiing or fly over the sea in a jet pack.
Across the street from South Beach are the city’s most popular clubs and discos: Nikki Beach, LIV Nightclub, Icon Nightclub, Mango Tropical Café and Story Nightclub.
However, the city offers us two more areas where we can start or end the nightlife: Design District and Coconut Groove.
In addition, we can spend a great day in amusement parks that combine sports complexes such as Tamiami Park, The Scott Rakow Youth Center, the Caimanera Soccer Fields, Ronselli Park and Palmetto Bay Park.
Thinking of the little ones we can approach Walt Disney World Orlando.
Finally, we can enjoy casinos such as Miccosukee Resort & Gaming, Casino Miami and Magic City Casino.
A good alternative to visit the heart and soul of the city is to walk across the streets of the Design District, Wynwood, Brickell, Little Haiti or Little Havana. We will find new independent boutiques, restaurants, museums, events of all kinds, modern bars or street art.
We can also enjoy unparalleled mangroves in Everglades National Park, and an impressive underwater ecosystem that protects more than 500 reef and coral fish in Key West and Key Biscayne.