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The best beaches in Miami

Miami has beautiful sandy beaches, all of which are enchanting. Here comes the holiday feeling and the crystal blue water invites you to swim. I've found the most beautiful beaches in Miami for you.

Parasols and loungers are available for a fee on most beaches. Umbrellas are particularly recommended in summer, because even when the sky is overcast, the sun still has incredible power and sunburn is otherwise inevitable.


Always pay attention to the flags of the lifeguards when swimming: Green means no danger - you can swim in the sea without any problems. Red means exactly the opposite and care should be taken with yellow, as the waves can be dangerous.

When swimming, watch out for jellyfish in the sea, Miami is unfortunately often plagued by them. If you have been touched by a jellyfish, go to one of the lifeguards immediately to initiate the first treatments.

The best beaches around Miami Beach

South Pointe Park

1 Washington Avenue, South Beach

You can read more about South Pointe Park here


Lummus Park Beach

Ocean Drive between 5th & 15th Street, South Beach

You can read more about Lummus Park Beach here


21st-35th Street Beach

Collins Avenue, Mid Beach


53rd-63rd Street Beach

Collins Avenue, Mid Beach


Pelican Island

Only freely accessible by boat on weekends

79th Street Causeway


North Shore Open Space Park

Collins Avenue between 79th Street & 86th Street, Surfside


Surfside

Collins Avenue, 96th Street, Bal Harbor


Haulover Beach (nudism allowed)

10600 Collins Avenue, Bal Harbor


Sunny Isle Beach

Collins Avenue between 163rd & 192nd Streets

Best Beaches in Key Biscayne & Virginia Key

Hobie Beach

Virginia Key


Crandon Park

4000 Crandon Boulevard, Key Biscayne


Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Recreation Area

1200 S Crandon Boulevard


The best beaches in South Miami

Matheson Hammock Park Beach

9610 Old Cutler Road, South Miami