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When it comes to beaches, there is no shortage of it in Miami. Some of the country’s most beautiful shorelines are located here that is why when people think of the beach, they often go to Miami.
The beauty of Miami is that it has a beach for every type of beachgoer. Do you like waves? South Pointe is an excellent place to surf. Do you want a laid-back day by the sea? Visit Lummus Park Beach for some relaxation. Miami has some of the most famous and memorable stretches of sand in the country.
So welcome to Miami and let’s take a quick look at some of the best beaches it has to offer
If you’re looking for beautiful white sand, then Sunny Isles is where you need to go. It is such a favorite destination that several hotels and resorts lineup its shoreline. There are so many things to do here besides the beach as it has many popular restaurants, souvenir shops, and theaters.
Located between Miami and Fort Lauderdale, Sunny Isles Beach stretches for about 2.5 miles that the whole family can enjoy.
It is quite near to The Shoreline at Solé Mia, just 4.4 miles away.
LOCATION: At just .4.4 miles away from The Shoreline at Solé Mia, checking it out is a no brainer.
As previously mentioned, if you like to surf, then go to this beach. Think of it as your playground by the sea as it has a lot of fun things to offer. It has a children’s playground with some water features. It has sidewalks should you feel like jogging or strolling. It is also a great place to fish or snorkel. And should you go hungry, there are a few restaurants nearby to fill you up.
This beach is so vibrant and picturesque that it’s a favorite shooting location for both amateur and professional photographers.
LOCATION: South Pointe Park Pier is located 13 miles from The Shoreline at Solé Mia.
Is your idea of a beach includes a beautiful, white lighthouse? Then Bill Baggs Cape is for you.
The Cape Florida Light was constructed in 1825 and has been part of Florida’s storied history for the past 200 years. Go to the top of the lighthouse, and you will be rewarded with a fantastic view of the Atlantic Ocean and Biscayne Bay.
The beach area is a beautiful place to take a stroll, and it’s always worth your time to wait for that magnificent sunset. Other activities include kayaking, paddling, picnicking, fishing, and bicycling.
LOCATION: Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park is a 23-mile drive from The Shoreline at Solé Mia.
If you’ve seen Miami in TV shows and movies with its iconic beach view and a backdrop of Art Deco buildings, then chances are it was filmed at this beach. Fronting the Atlantic Ocean, it is a favorite Miami destination for those who want to spend a few hours on the sand and by the sea.
Things to do here include sunbathing, riding a wave runner, playing volleyball, biking, and enjoy people-watching. There is also no shortage of restaurants and cafes in the area.
LOCATION: Lummus Park Beach is a 12-mile drive from The Shoreline at Solé Mia.
Seven-acre crystal clear tropical lagoon. That’s Laguna Solé situated within the same property as The Shoreline at Solé Mia. It’s ready to be enjoyed however way you like it.
The Laguna Solé has beautiful sandy white beaches perfect for sunbathing. It even has its own little island complete with palm trees. Other activities and amenities include kayaking, paddle-boarding, snorkeling, picnicking, inflatables, noodle floats, and cabanas.
LOCATION: Laguna Solé is part of The Shoreline offerings and is a great place to hang out with family and friends.
Family-friendly, white sand, magnificent views. No words better describe what is in store for you on your next Miami beach excursion. With so many beaches in Miami and each one truly unique, it’s nearly impossible to get tired of living here.