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The Miami invention of Floribbean cooking fuses the best of Florida cuisine with island techniques to produce one of the most popular styles to have hit in many decades. If this doesn’t whet your pallet then there is a variety of restaurants offering International cuisine, steakhouses and Italian cuisines.
There is plenty of fun for all the family in Miami Beach. Visit the Miami Seaquarium where you can grab a front row seat and get soaked by Lolita the Killer Whale or watch Flipper and friends fly through the air, take a day trip to the famous Everglades or simply have fun as a family on the miles of welcoming sandy beach.
Miami Beach still remains today the family destination it always was, offering a never ending array of activities that are as budget friendly as they are appealing to both kids and parents. What's more, at Virgin Holidays we offer a variety of accommodations to suit all ages, take a look at the Fontainebleau Miami for their Kids' Programme or the Miami Beach Resort babysitting facilities. After a fun-filled family day, have a little bit of you time at one of the many restaurants or go for an evening susnet stroll along the beach.
For those families that like some friendly competition there are many crazy golf complexes for you to play. Try out one of the local cinemas and view a film that may not even be out in the UK yet, head to a restaurant for an early dinner or simply relax after a long day with the hotel facilities that are available to you.
If you are travelling as a couple Miami Beach still has many things to offer and is a perfect location if you want to say a bit further away from the hustle and bustle that Miami is famous for.
This beach-front park epitomises Miami-cool, with palm trees, volleyball courts and pull up bars all defining the laid back beach glamour of the South Beach. The backdrop for several TV shows and films, you’ll feel like you’ve just walked into an episode of Miami Vice when visiting this part of town.
To the south of Miami Beach is the Biscayne National Park, most of which is underwater. Surrounded by mangrove trees and full of amazing offshore barrier reefs, it’s one of the best places in Florida to go diving, or simply enjoy a boat trip. Evidence of over 10,000 years of human history is apparent here from shipwrecks to the unique houses which are suspended in the water at Stiltsville.
The sweeping boardwalk encompasses the length of Miami Beach and is a scenic walk filled with ocean views and an interesting array of local people. Stretching for four miles, it’s a great way to navigate your way to Miami’s best attractions including Ocean Drive and stop off and see the vibrant beach huts.Back to top