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        Coconut Grove's eastern border is Biscayne Bay, which provides lots of boating opportunities to visitors. There is a sailing club and a yacht club, both of which are very active. The Dinner Key Marina is the perfect place to rent a boat and get out on the water for some fresh air and sunshine.

        An idyllic corner of South Miami, Coconut Grove is a coastal neighborhood known for its vast lookouts from parks, waterside restaurants, and street festivals that make each corner something to look forward to. So whether you’re showing up for a walk at the Coconut Grove Art Festival or a quick check-up at Mercy Hospital, the bright locale can turn quiet escapes into loud memories. Keep up with it all by booking the right lift, booking a shuttle for custom drop-offs to your hotel, or going with the luxury of a stretched limousine for stylish trips to downtown.

        Home to a plethora of hotels, Coconut Grove offers several upscale options along South Bayshore Drive, which include The Mutiny Hotel, home to colonial-style suites perfect for celebrations, Sonesta Coconut Grove, renown for its rooftop pool and Latin-fusion restaurant, and The Ritz-Carlton Coconut Grove, which offers truly one-of-a-kind designs as well as high-rise balconies. For walking access to a train station, choose between a few locales on Highway 1 instead, taking advantage of Hampton Inn by Hilton as well as Four Points by Sheraton, while various historic options include Hotel St. Michel, home to 1926 rooms and low-key access to Alcazar Avenue, and Hotel Colonnade, which offer modernized accents to restored rooms.

        Fall in love with all there is to do in the area by delving into its natural attractions, moving across The Barnacle Historic State Park for timeless views and free tours of an old home, afterward moving onto Peacock Park for on-site eats and easy access to Grand Avenue. Stick to this street to enjoy the famous Coconut Grove Art Festival, also considering the shops and restaurants of CoCoWalk, a ritzy mall home to its own theater and spacious courtyard. And be sure to end the day with late-night grub from Greenstreet Café, renown for its expansive American menu and spacious outdoor seating.

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        Coconut Grove, or just the Grove, as it is known to locals, is the oldest residential neighborhood in Miami. Despite this residential history, the neighborhood is a popular tourist spot, mostly due to the large number of cultural events and festivals held there every year.
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        The biggest of these festivals is the Coconut Grove Arts Festival. This three day event takes place over President’s Day Weekend and attracts about 120,000 people every year, you can book an airport transfer from Miami International to the arts festival with ease and arrive here in about 20 minutes.

        Other notable events include the King Mango Strut, which takes place on the last Saturday of December. This first Strut was held in 1982 when the Mango Marching Band was denied entry into the Orange Bowl Parade. The Strut now parodies local and national news, targeting everything from the Miami debt crisis to the voting debacle that took place in Florida during the 2000 presidential election.

        Every April there is a food and wine festival known as the Great Taste of the Grove. Throughout the year the restaurants and open air cafes of Coconut Grove serve the best food and drinks in the area. The nightlife is fast paced and exciting, attracting students from the University of Miami and Florida International University.

        Coconut Grove was originally settled by immigrants, including a large Bahamian population. This history is celebrated every June with a Caribbean Carnival. Food and music play large roles in the carnival and all aspects of Bahamian culture are celebrated.

        The Grove is a popular shopping destination, with many little shops and boutiques offering unique merchandise. There are also two large open air malls, the CocoWalk and Streets of Mayfair. In addition to thirty shops, CocoWalk also includes multiple restaurants and a movie theater.

        The first Saturday of every month in the Grove includes fashion, music, and art. First Saturday includes free exhibits, street shows and live music. It is a culturally packed night that is free to the public and a great way to experience all that the Grove has to offer.

        There are free walking tours of the area’s most historic sites on every Saturday from January through March. The second and fourth Saturdays are walking tours hosted by Dr. Paul George, who is a professor of history. Frank Schena is an urban naturalist and leads bike tours on the first and third Saturdays. These tours are free, but participants must bring their own bikes.