Note: Miami-Dade beaches are open with some restrictions: No groups of more than 10 people will be permitted; facial coverings must be worn when social distancing is not possible as well as in restrooms and when at concession stands; organized group activities for two or more, like volleyball, football, or soccer will not be allowed; picnic pavilions and playgrounds will be off-limits. City of Miami beaches are also operating under restricted hours. Check ahead before you go.
Spoiler art: Miami beaches are the best in the land. Ask any tourist strolling down Ocean Drive in Miami’s Art Deco district or a pup-toting local making their way to a dog beach in Miami and both will confirm that our shoreside is the most magnificent part of our city. Folks travel from all over—especially during Spring Break—to visit them. The reason? They’re beautiful. But that’s not all. The best Miami beaches also come in many different flavors, too. Looking for a party scene? Hit South Beach. Interested in something more serene? Try Surfside. The truth is, regardless of the type of beachgoer you fancy yourself, Miami’s got the right stretch of ocean for you.
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