With great warm weather in winter a fabulous beach and bay, vacationers have been flocking to Miami Beach for nearly 100 years. In the early days Miami Beach was a military training base and many veterans returned to make Miami Beach their home.
Today the cultural diversity of the area is another reason to love Miami Beach. Delicious Cuban cuisine, kosher delis and many other ethnic delights will make any visit to this fun filled beach a hit.
A leisurely stroll along Lincoln Road with it’s shops and eateries is a must and also check out Espanola Way to enjoy its Spanish architecture. If museums are of interest there are several of fine quality here including the South Florida Art Center and the Bass Museum of Art
South Beach remains the primary focus for many visitors to Miami Beach. During the day scantly clad, thoroughly fit bodies, both male and female strut along the shore, while others stroll the famous display of Art Deco hotels and trendy restaurants with their epicurean treats. Once the sunsets over Biscayne Bay, the nightlife slowly emerges often with intensifying excitement, with many dancing their way into the wee hours