PRIVATE TRAVEL TO MIAMI BEACH AND THE SOUTH FLORIDA REGION
Private Jet Charter Aviation
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MIAMI BEACH AIRPORTS
Miami International Airport (MIA), located on 3,230 acres of land near downtown Miami, is operated by the Miami-Dade Aviation Department and is the property of Miami-Dade County government. Founded in 1928, MIA now offers more flights to Latin America and the Caribbean than any other U.S. airport, is America’s second-busiest airport for international passengers, boasts a lineup over 100 air carriers and is the top U.S. airport for international freight. MIA is also the leading economic engine for Miami-Dade County and the state of Florida, generating business revenue of $33.7 billion annually and welcoming 70 percent of all international visitors to Florida. MIA’s vision is to grow from a recognized hemispheric hub to a global airport of choice that offers customers a world-class experience and an expanded route network with direct passenger and cargo access to all world regions.
Miami International Airport (MIA) 3550 NW 57th ave. Miami,FL 33122
Miami-Opa-locka Executive Airport (OPF) 14201 NW 42 Avenue – Opa-locka, FL 33054
Miami Executive Airport (TMB) 12800 SW 145th. Ave. – Miami, Fl 33186
Miami Homestead General Aviation Airport (X51) 28700 SW 217 Avenue Homestead, FL 33030
Amid the radiant sun, surf and beautiful soft sand, discover a rich Miami Beach history as an entertainment and cultural center. From world famous Art Deco architecture to amazing nightclubs and a designer fashion mecca, there’s so much going on in Miami Beach that you’ll need an extra day or two to enjoy all that it offers.
Miami Beach, for all its other attributes, is most known for the pure sand beaches. Miami Beach has long been known as a place to soak up the sun on sandy beaches with warm azur water – not to mention you can comfortably hang out on the beach all year around. Find the best beach for your next trip:
World Famous South Beach
The best beach for people watching is world-famous South Beach, the historic Miami Beach of postcards and television fame. This is also a popular beach for surfers, who head out on their boards between 1st and 5th Streets at South Pointe Park where there’s a grassy area with a 360 degree ocean views. Grab something to eat at the sidewalk cafes that line the area and head over to the open water for a visit to Miami’s wildest beach.
Starting at Ocean Drive and 5th Street, you’ll start the true South Beach party. This popular beach is always packed with beachgoers looking for more a party vibe and a little less catching up on their reading. Tan alongside the iconic, brightly colored lifeguard stands and join in on the fun.
On South Beach, you can rent a lounge chair, cabana or umbrella at many of the public beaches through Boucher Brothers, who also provide water sport rentals like kayaks and waverunners. If you’re staying at a hotel on the beachfront they almost always have services for chair rentals. Additionally, Boucher Brothers can provide ADA beach wheelchairs for handicapped beach-goers.
Central and North Miami Beach
Miami Beach Central, from 21st – 46th Streets are popular for jogging, strolling and walking along the boardwalk.
Further north at 79th Street and Collins Avenue, you’ll find the largest state park beach, North Shore Open Space Park, a free resource that’s just a short walk from restaurants and cafes. There are free concerts held at the historic North Beach Bandshell, and this beach has long been voted the best beach in Miami for its greenery and open spaces.
Head higher up on Collins and you’ll find the Sunny Isles Beach and Pier, built in 1936, the only traditional pier in the area for fishing and walking. It’s more quiet up here and equally as picturesque.
Key Biscayne and Matheson Hammock
If you’re visiting with family there are two beaches that cater to a family friendly ambiance above others: Crandon Park on Key Biscayne and Matheson Hammock a bit south on the mainland. Matheson Hammock is more a lagoon with a killer view of the bay than a beach, but that makes it rip-current free and the entrance fee to the park gives you access to walking paths and a day of watching all kinds of boats and yachts come in and out of their marina. Crandon Park is three miles long and has 13 lifeguard towers keeping an eye out on your little ones. There’s a playground area, picnic tables, shower facilities, beach volleyball court, restrooms and shelters, but come with a few bucks in your pocket for a parking fee.
Another beautiful beach on Key Biscayne is the quiet Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park, marked by a historic white lighthouse at the tip of the island. Bill Baggs is an ideal spot to watch the sunset. There are two restaurants here open for breakfast and lunch, but you can always pack your own picnic. On a day you expect the beaches to be jam packed, this isolated beach, where you can rent a four-person bike, is a great option.