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Find Your Wave in Greater Miami.

Updated: Jun 15, 2023

There are many reasons why we love representing Greater Miami & Miami Beach so much. Not the least... its incredible diversity. Whether you wish to dance the night away, get cultural, explore the great outdoors or simply enjoy the weather and relax on the beach, Miami has got a neighbourhood for you to find your wave.


From glittering South Beach and tree-lined, bohemian Coconut Grove to vibrant hubs of Caribbean heritage, such as Little Havana and Little Haiti, each neighbourhood in Greater Miami is a unique destination in itself, thanks to the diverse cultures, landscapes and people that call these places home.


Sand & Style: North Beach, Mid Beach & South Beach


For many, Miami Beach is the first stop to soak up the sights and enjoy the destination’s abundant sunshine. Explore the clean lines and geometric delights of the Art Deco Historic District in South Beach. Enjoy South Beach’s artistic side at the New World Centre or The Bass museum, get a taste of glamorous resorts like the Fontainebleau Miami Beach in Mid Beach, and settle into the laid-back vibe and leisurely pace of North Beach by taking in a performance at the Miami Beach Bandshell.


Eclectic & Trend-Setting: Wynwood & the Miami Design District


Just across Biscayne Bay, a different experience awaits when you explore Wynwood and the Miami Design District. Mural-splashed Wynwood is a hip, bustling neighbourhood filled with buzzy restaurants, breweries, bars, art galleries and the world-renowned Wynwood Walls, while the Miami Design District is an upscale, al fresco shopping spot with captivating public art and acclaimed fine-dining restaurants.


Arts & Architecture: Downtown Miami/Brickell, Coconut Grove & Coral Gables


The Downtown Miami/Brickell area is home to some of Miami’s premier arts and cultural institutions, including the Pérez Art Museum Miami and the Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science, which share a campus in Maurice A. Ferré Park overlooking Biscayne Bay. As you journey a bit farther south, Coconut Grove and Coral Gables open up to glorious architecture, lush tropical foliage and one-of-a-kind attractions such as Vizcaya Museum and Gardens and the Venetian Pool.


Cultural Centres: Little Havana, Little Haiti & Historic Overtown


Miami is also rich in Latin, Black and Caribbean heritage. Visit Little Havana for a taste of Cuba, from delicious guava pastries at Versailles Restaurant to live music and salsa dancing at spots along Calle Ocho (Southwest 8th Street). In Little Haiti, you can learn about Haitian culture among a hip, artsy crowd at the Little Haiti Cultural Complex and the Caribbean Marketplace before heading out to a neighbourhood gallery crawl. And Miami’s Black heritage can be explored in Historic Overtown, whether it’s at a performance at the Lyric Theatre or meal at Red Rooster Overtown.


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