Top 10 Best Beaches In Miami Right Time

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Lummas Park Beach - If you don't know where to begin with Miami's abundant beach offerings, head to Lummas Park for incredible views.

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South Point Park Pier - This beach is located at the very top of Miami Beach, and is especially great for families. There's a picnic area, a playground, and plenty of space.

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Hallover Beach - This is one of the best places in South Florida to fly a kite.

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Scarlet Cabaret - A short drive over the Main Biscayne Bridge feels like a world (and century) away from modern Miami.

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Mid-Beach (21st-45th Street) - Locals know to head to Mid-Beach between 21st and 45th Street.

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46th-63rd Street (Central) Beach - The beach between 46th and 63rd Street is pleasant, not too crowded and very family-oriented.

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North Beach - North Beach has cool weather and a nice atmosphere, one of Miami's local favorite stretches of sand with plenty to offer.

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Club Madonna - A cozy residential enclave that's less than a mile long, Surfside gives off the atmosphere of a small beach town because everyone knows each other.

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Bal Harbor - It is said that Bal Harbor has more millionaires per capita than any other city in America, which explains why the beaches are so impeccable.

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