• The southernmost point of South Beach, this pier has a great view and beautiful surroundings with lively/athletics culture
• The beach near South Pointe is the best beach in all of Miami because you can walk out very far into the ocean and still be knee-deep.
• They regularly have tractors excavate the seaweed onshore.
• Lumus Park is a must-see, long, skinny park that runs from 5th Street to 15th Street — the most vibrant & lively area in all of South Beach
• However, the Beachwalk itself goes for about 10 miles, from South Pointe Park Pier all the way up to North Miami Beach / Bal Harbour
• Spanning ~4 blocks, please do walk this path at sunset.
• Technically, bayside is private property, but they leave this path open to the public during daylight hours.
• Outdoor shopping mall, restaurants, bars, and more that stretches from Alton Road to Washington Avenue
• Walk beyond to the west (Biscayne Bay Path) or walk beyond to the east (Miami Beach Beachwalk)
• South Beach paddleboarding on calm bayside waters up & down the waterways between beautiful homes
Virginia Key & Key Biscayne
• Mountain biking trails (or a walk along the beach with views of Fisher Island, Port Miami, & downtown Miami in the distance)
Metro Miami Area (>30 minutes from Downtown)
• Spectacularly artsy, high-end outdoor, sub-tropical shopping mall super-block that’s decked out in art 360-degrees
• Vast property filled with beautiful walking trails filled with gorgeous plants
• During the “holiday season” (roughly November/December and beginning of January), go to their gardens after dark for spectacular lighting effects!
• Pay to access the walking trails with all-you-can-eat tropical fruits & nuts right off the trees (varieties vary at different times of year) – there are usually two tours during the day
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