|South Beach Miami|
|No matter if you’re in the market for a great family getaway or a relaxing vacation for two, South Miami beach is a wonderful place to consider.|
|About South Beach Miami|
Not just an ordinary beach off the coast somewhere, South beach (or SoBe as known by the locals) offers art Deco architecture, celebrity boutiques and famous seafood restaurants including Grillfish Restaurant and the Sushi Samba Dromo. Sobe was declared a historic place in 1988, although some of the first hotels and building were demolished before then, there is still a huge amount left for visitors to enjoy. South Beach has numerous attractions that are easily accessible by foot, bicycle and vehicle, although we encourage you to take a walk and drink in the relaxing atmosphere and sunshine. South Beach is most popular when you book a limo service from MIA airport to here and arrive in style.
Some of the major place you may want to take a look at are:
Art museums that are placed all throughout the coast. There is not one specific museum that is a must see, because they are all equally as great. Take a look into the Colony hotel that house a 1930’s boutique feeling, located right off Ocean Drive. Or the lifeguard huts located all over SoBe. These lifeguard huts have such a unique history as they were donated by William Lane after Hurricane Andrew destroyed most of the beach in 1992. and caused over 40 million in damages. The colorful huts are a symbol of the rebirth of SoBe beach, and to remind us of that tragic day for the locals.
The Kardashian empire we here about in magazines also has a shop right off the main pathway called Dash. Dash offers high end fashion and a possible chance of spotting Khloe or Kourtney as they make appearances and put in some work time when needed. Small vendors are also available everywhere you turn selling costume jewelry, beachwear and street art (caricature, drawings, paintings).
South Beach is also not a place to go hungry, although you won’t find the main chain restaurants you normally do in your home town. South beach is a culture in itself and adheres to this with locally owned places to eat. The Cantina’s near the main pavilion will be a popular place for your family and little ones as they sell snacks and drinks for beach goers. Don’t be taken aback however as SoBe also offers sit down restaurants for a more relaxing feel and cater to every palate. Italian, steak, seafood, burgers and Chinese are all offered as well as La Sandwicherie for the vegetarians among us.