Sunny Isles Golden Beach

Sunny Isles  Golden Beach are both located on a barrier island off the coast of Florida. Being neighboring cities, they offer tourists a tropical vacation spot complete with beautiful scenery, abundant water sports such as boating and fishing, and beaches for sunbathing. Also known as “Florida’s Riviera”, the cities are close to exclusive towns such as Bal Harbour and the Miami Airport.

Visitors will find the Sunny Isles beach, a two mile long expanse of sand and sparkling waters, inviting as they relax in the sun and surf. The town also boasts the historic Newport Fishing Pier for walks along the water, and fine dining and shopping. The Samson Oceanfront Park has a boardwalk, volleyball, and playground area for those with children. Another attraction is The Fairchild Tropical Botanical Garden, which offers tours of its 83 acre gardens with lunch. The admission price is $35.00 for residents and $40.00 for non-residents. Oleta River State Park in Miami is close in proximity as well, and has activities like kayaking and canoeing. Cabins can also be rented for a fee, depending on the date and length of stay.

The Sunny Isles Beach Tourism and Marketing Council is currently offering Florida residents a “Staycation” so that residents can enjoy a vacation close to home. Packages include discounts on accommodations, food and beverage credits, and free activities such as golf and fireworks.

Golden Beach is well known as a refined and affluent town, home to many celebrities. Its privacy and beautiful scenery have made it a highly sought after place to live, and a popular vacation spot. Its private beach stretches for over a mile, and the town has forbid contractors to build high rises of any kind, making it a unique, one of a kind vacation spot. Homes are available for rental or for sale.

Sunny Isles Golden Beach is one of Florida’s top destinations for a relaxing getaway. Vacationers can find more information online as well as the town tourism bureaus.
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