Miami Beach Florida


        

Miami Beach Florida

Miami Beach is an international city, unlike any other in the United States. It is located on a barrier island between Biscayne Bay and the Atlantic Ocean just few miles from South Beach and Miami downtown. A 2005 population estimate for Miami Beach was 87,925. Currently more then half of Miami Beach population is foreign-born.  

Warm, balmy temperatures, palms swaying in the breeze along with an eclectic blend of art, music, food and entertainment makes Miami Beach one of the most exciting cities in the country. Visitors come to Miami Beach for world-class shopping and dining, unparalleled recreational activities, unique attractions and non-stop entertainment in a diverse culture.

Blessed with year round mild weather and access to the beautiful beaches of the Atlantic Ocean, Miami Beach has become one of America’s southernmost resort cities and a highly sought after international recreation destination.

Miami Beach as part of Miami metropolitan area caters to busy, on-the-go tourists. It’s a natural magnet for beach goers, swiming, boating and fishing enthusiasts, divers and other water sports aficionados. For fun in the sun you can swim, surf, sunbathe, search for shells, build a sandcastle – the choices are endless. There are literally hundreds of special events going on in Miami Beach, South Beach and Miami all year long. When the sun goes down, the neon begins to glow and the energy pulsates to an ongoing Latin beat. Enticing aromas waft from open restaurants and music soars from the nightclubs and dance clubs along Miami Beach and South Beach.