Beaches of Miami Beach near your aparthotel Miami Beach
Close to 10 million visitors come every year primarily to enjoy our large and pristine white sandy beaches.† Our beaches are here to be fully enjoyed thanks to our 12 month of the year great sunny weather.† Our beaches are public and accessible to all; beach goers can come with their chairs or decide to rent a chair for the day with one of the “beach operators”. People staying in our apart hotel in Miami Beach come also for the beauty of our beaches and also for the fact that they are so wide that they don’t feel oppressed as they would in other resort destinations.Our beaches are usually quite empty there are a few exceptions though, week ends tend to me a bit more crowded and during special events such as the Winter Music Conference they become really very busy. Miami Habitat offers apart hotels in Miami Beach† and South Beach vacation rentals.
†Miami has plenty of beaches throughout its territory please take the time to check our selection:
Bal Harbour Beach
Colllins Ave. - 96th St. to Haulover Inlet
3 This popular beach features walking trails, fishing, and watersports rentals.
Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Beach
1200 S. Crandon Blvd.
This picturesque beach features concession stands, fishing, restroom/shower facilities, walking/biking trails, lifeguards, and chair/umbrella rentals.
Crandon Park Beach
4000 Crandon Blvd.
This family-friendly, lagoon style beach is covered by13 lifeguard towers. You will find Beach wheelchairs for rent as well as children’s playgrounds, picnic areas, shower facilities, and restrooms. Please note there is a parking fee.
Haulover Beach Park
10800 Collins Ave
. Miami Beach
A sensational beach with just about everything you could ask for. Here you will find picnic areas w/barbecue grills, beach wheelchairs for rent, and pedestrian tunnels that connect to the park/marina on Biscayne Bay. Furthermore, there is a nine-hole golf course, tennis courts, volleyball, kite flying area (including a kite shop), and a clothing-optional section at the northern end of the park. Please note that there is a parking fee.
Miami Beach Central
Collins Ave. - 21st St. to 46th St.
This beach features a raised boardwalk for walking or jogging. It offers very close proximity to the shops and cafes on Collins Avenue. There are also lifeguard towers, concessions, beach chair/umbrella rentals, and more. Please note, there is a parking fee.
Miami Beach North
Collins Ave. - 46th St. to 78th St.
Miami Beach North is highlighted by a community center and a bandshell. There is a grassy area and quick access to the shops and cafes on Collins Avenue. This beach also has lifeguards, food and drink concessions, beach chair rentals, umbrella rentals, shower facilities, and more. There is a parking fee.
Miami Beach South Beach
Ocean Drive & 5th St. to Collins Ave. & 21st St .
You will want to enter this famous beach through the park at One Washington Ave. This beach has a parking fee and offers great views of the cruise ships out in the ocean. The amenities at this beach include: concessions, restrooms, showers, walking trails, lifeguards, volleyball, and water sports rentals.
North Shore Open Space Park
Collins Ave. from 78th St. to 87th Terr.
This beach has a shady, green park. It features tables/grills, walking/biking trails, a vita course, and lifeguards.
Oleta River State Park
3400 NE 163rd St.
North Miami Beach Area
Offering all the amenities that you would expect from a state park, this sandy beach on Biscayne Bay has many recreational activities. It is also a wonderful spot for boating/kayaking along the nearby Snake River. There are even sleepover cabins available. Parking fee applies.
Sunny Isles Beach
Collins Ave. - 157th St. to 193rd St.
Sunny Isles Beach
This is a newly redesigned white sand beach. It has a fishing pier at south end where concessions and rentals are located. You will find water sports rentals, volleyball, and more on this wide, two mile beach. Parking fee applies.
Collins Ave. from 88th St. to 96th St.
Another beautiful beach with some paid amenities nearby from the 93rd Street Community Center.
Virginia Key Beach – North
North of Rickenbacker Cswy. At Crandon Blvd.
This gorgeous beach offers remarkable views of Brickell Avenue as well as the sensational Miami skyline. You will also find concessions, restrooms, and lifeguards here. There is a parking fee.
Virginia Key Beach – South
South of Rickenbacker Cswy. (east of Biscayne Bay)
This beach, which is close to Key Biscayne, is quite secluded. You will see nature trails as well as a bird sanctuary that is close by. This is also the only beach in Miami-Dade County that allows leashed dogs. You can also fish, utilize water sports rentals, and there are concessions and restrooms available.