10 Best Beaches in Miami

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Crandon Park Beach - Crandon Park Beach on Key Biscayne offers two miles of stunning shoreline and postcard-worthy turquoise waters.

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Lummus Park - Located in South Beach, this busy beach and urban park is the ideal destination for travelers looking for some fun in the sun along this pristine expanse of sand.

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Hobie Beach - Hobie Beach Brickell is conveniently located between Downtown Miami and Key Biscayne. It's dog-friendly, so feel free to bring your pup along.

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South Point Beach - The beach is located at the southernmost tip of Miami Beach, offering panoramic views of the water. Relax on the sand and enjoy the paved walking trails.

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Samson Oceanfront Park - Samson Oceanfront Park is located on nearby Sunny Isles Beach, away from the hustle and bustle of Miami. This small, family-friendly park offers a pristine public beach.

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Historic Virginia Key Beach Park - Historic Virginia Key Beach Park is home to a mile-long beach near downtown Miami.

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Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park - Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park can be found at the tip of Key Biscayne just minutes from Miami.

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Hollywood Beach - Located about 40 minutes from Miami, the neighborhood's eponymous beach stretches 2.5 miles along the Atlantic. Its most notable feature is the palm-lined Hollywood Beach Broadwalk.

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South Beach - Miami's South Beach neighborhood is known for its busy nightlife scene and incredible Art Deco architecture.

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North Beach Oceanside Park - Located in North Beach, the aptly named North Beach Oceanside Park feels somewhat like a hidden gem.

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9 Breathtaking Hiking Trails with Stunning Scenery

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