Watersports, people watching and more in Miami Beach

An iconic colorful lifeguard tower on Miami's South Beach.

As the temperatures are beginning to cool off in the northern states, things are heating up in Miami Beach, Florida.

Beautiful sandy beaches await to tempt sun seekers, and the radiant turquoise waters are warm and ready for activities.

South Beach

South Beach offers plenty of sun and fun. It is a place that is said to have nightlife all day long. Lined with unique cafes, the finest of dining and beautiful hotels, there is something to fill everyone’s vacation expectations.

South Beach is a place to people watch. The beaches are pristine, and often celebrities are spotted relaxing and having fun.

Take in the architecture that is a trademark of the beach area with an Art Deco tour. There are more than 800 buildings to see that date from the 1930s and ’40s, including boutique hotels and the Bass Museum, one of the most subtle examples of Art Deco. It was built in 1930 as a library and arts center and today is Miami Beach’s contemporary art museum. Visit thebass.org.

Southpoint Park and Pier

Southpoint Park and Pier offers a spectacular view of the city, at the southernmost point of Miami Beach. The park has 17 acres and offers views of the huge cruise ships, yachts and watercraft leaving from the Port of Miami.

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