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South Beach: Travelers see South Beach not only as one of the best vacation areas in Florida, but as one of the best in the country. South Beach welcomes anyone looking for pristine sand, amazing food and yes, a buzzing nightlife.
Ocean Drive: One of the most famous boulevards in the city, the country, or maybe even the world, Ocean Drive is characterized by its distinct art deco buildings, its constant streams of crowds and its glittering hotel and club fronts in the nighttime.
Haulover Beach Park: You can fly kites, go charter fishing and even play volleyball at this shore (located just north of Bal Harbour). And you don't have to strip to your birthday suit to enjoy this area, as there are also sections for swimsuit-clad beach bathing.
Lummus Park: This is the beach and park area that fulfills all of South Beach's stereotypes. Fit sunbathers, bikini-loving celebrities, supermodels (often occupied with a photo shoot) – all of the above crash on the beige-colored sand here, which runs along Ocean Drive from about Sixth Street to 14th Street. Volleyball nets, beach gear rental kiosks and restrooms dot the area as well.
Lincoln Road Mall: the Lincoln Road Mall is a mile-long, can't-miss pedestrian shopping area. Originally designed in the 1950s, the Lincoln Road Mall received a makeover in 1997 that lead to a resurgence in popularity.
Art Deco Tour: Miami Beach is known for its art deco architecture, as evident in the gorgeous hotels, storefronts, restaurants and buildings that line South Beach. Art deco architecture is the design style of the 1920s and '30s that's characterized by bold colors and geometric shapes. It often incorporates styles of cubism, expressionism and other varying art movements.