Sunny Isles Beach
Situated between the Atlantic Ocean and the Intracoastal Waterway, Sunny Isles Beach gives you a choice of ocean views.
Spend your day shopping at Aventura Mall or Bal Harbour Shops, then grab a bite to eat at one of a countless number of upscale and casual eateries. Then walk off those calories with a trip to Pier Park. This park is the city’s access point to the beach.
Stroll the boardwalk or pay a small fee to fish from the pier. And enjoy the ocean vistas. Sunny Isles is also centrally located, with quick access to Miami Beach and both Miami and Fort Lauderdale international airports.
Sunny Isles Beach is right in the thick of it along Collins Avenue, where nightlife is practically synonymous with the city’s name. There’s no shortage of romantic dining spots along this main thoroughfare. Sample surf and turf and the finest wines at locations with water views. Each year, Sunny Isles Beach comes alive for the annual Jazz Fest, an event spanning an entire weekend with national acts. Nicknamed “Little Moscow” for its rich Russian and Russian Jewish influences, you’ll experience a burst of culture here unlike anywhere else in Miami.
Where To Live:
You can’t go wrong in Sunny Isles Beach where there’s water, water everywhere. Pick a high-rise condo along Collins Avenue or something more affordable on the west side of town along the Intracoastal Waterway and the finger streets that line it. Can’t stay put? Try one of a handful of upscale beachfront hotels and spas that have earned this city its top spot in a national ranking by TripAdvisor for U.S. destinations.
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Aventura, Golden Beach and Bal Harbour offer more great waterfront property. Fisher Island can give you even more privacy, and Biscayne Bay has a wide variety of condominiums and single-family homes.