Points of Interest Miami Beach

  • Lincoln Road MallExtending from the Atlantic Ocean to the east and Biscayne Bay to the west on Miami Beach, FL, Lincoln Road features various shops, cafés, galleries, restaurants, bars and other businesses. It attracts over 11 million visitors annually from all over the world not just for its premier shopping destinations, restaurants, and nightlife but also for its architecture. When famed architect Morris Lapidus was commissioned to redesign Lincoln Rd in the 1960s, his distinguished style positioned the road as one of the most luxurious destinations in the city during that time. Today, Lincoln Road is an iconic pedestrian district that serves as a hub for modern culture seekers, both local and international. Anchored by three internationally respected cultural institutions, the New World Symphony, Arts Center South Florida and the Colony Theater, Lincoln Road serves as a charging station for the mind, body and spirit.
  • South Pointe Park - South Pointe Park is a beautiful green space at the southern tip of Miami Beach. It offers stunning panoramic views of the South Beach shoreline, PortMiami’s cruise ships, Downtown Miami’s skyline and Fisher Island. The park has direct access to the beach as well as walking trails, picnic and barbecue areas, benches, a cafe and an off-leash bark park. There is also a mini water playground perfect for cooling off on a warm day, along with a jungle gym and lush landscaping. And best yet, Smith & Wollensky steakhouse is located in the park, with delicious dine-in and carry-out options. 
  • South Pointe Pier - The 450-foot pier is a popular gathering spot for visitors and locals to fish and watch kayakers, surfers and Jet Skiers. It has viewing stations, turtle-safe lighting, recycling bins for fishing lines, and places to cut bait and wash freshly caught fish.
  • South Point Beach - Enjoy some quality time with your toes in the sand. The park’s beach has colorful lifeguard towers, and umbrella and beach chair rentals are available. This is a popular spot for locals to surf, play volleyball and paddle board. Pets are not allowed on the beach. Restrooms, outdoor showers and the South Pointe Cafe are located near the kids' splash pad. The cafe serves juice, hot coffee, chips, ice cream, granola bars and other refreshments.
  • Ocean Drive - Sit back and people-watch as you enjoy a nice meal along this historic boulevard in Miami Beach. Besides top-notch restaurants and hotels, Ocean Drive is famous for its beautiful Art Deco buildings, so a food and cultural tour of the area is a great way to explore it. At night, you can bar hop and dance the night away in one of Ocean Drive’s nightclubs. You can have a good time and picnic at Lummus Park, which runs along the best part of the road, or bask in the sun on the iconic South Beach right behind the park.
  • Española Way -  in the heart of Miami Beach is modeled after the Mediterranean villages of Spain and France. This tree-lined pedestrian-only street is a prime spot for hotels, dining, and people-watching. Here, you can find restaurants ranging from Cuban to Italian cuisine, with plenty of outdoor seating for big groups to get together and enjoy the perfect south Florida weather.