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Price and Availability Index for Miami Beach
Holiday Letting Price Information in Miami Beach
The graph shows the average rental prices for the next twelve months in Miami Beach. The most expensive dates to travel to Miami Beach are in December (28/12 - 04/01). On the other hand, in September you will find the cheapest prices (14/09 - 21/09). The average price this week is £198 a night.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Miami Beach
Check how busy Miami Beach is with our availability graph. The week with the highest booking rate in the next 6 months is in June (06/06 - 13/06), when 42% of the holiday lettings are booked. In contrast, only 12% of the holiday homes are booked during a week in September (14/09 - 21/09).
The Weather in Miami Beach
Above is a climate diagram for Miami Beach. August is the warmest month of the year in Miami Beach, with temperatures reaching an average daily maximum of 33°. No heat wave is expected in February, when minimum average temperatures usally hit a 18° low. The rainiest month is September, while the driest month is January.
Relax in a private villa rental in sunny Miami Beach
If you holiday in Miami, you have one of the world’s most trendy holiday spots at your fingertips, with lots of beaches and entertainment to choose from. It has often been ranked as one of the top ten beach cities in the world. Whereas decades ago, South Beach was one of the only places where visitors and crowds converged, today there is much more to do, plus many more places to see and be seen. Go to the Winwood district, or Midtown area to see the hip and fashionable partiers hit the beach in their tans and tailor-made bikinis. Here, the South Beach scene is still in full swing, with miles of shore to party on, and just steps from your Miami Beach holiday letting , you are guaranteed a great holiday experience!
Arriving in Miami: Best routes to take
The Miami International Aiport is just 13 miles west of Miami Beach. It is easy and convenient to drive to your Miami Beach holiday home. Optionally, you could take a taxi from the airport for a reasonable price.
From your Miami Beach holiday home, you could also take an easy and fun road trip from Miami, for example the popular route from Miami Beach to Florida Keys.
Weather in Miami and best times to enjoy the beach
To arrive during the best time for climate and weather, plan your trip from the months of November to April. Generally, high season is in December and you can expect prices to increase. If you are on a budget, plan to hit Miami around late spring or summer, from May till September when rates are lower and evening climate is cool.
Art and culture trip in Miami: Best festivals to catch while visiting Miami Beach
If you love art and culture, then you’ve come to the right place. Miami is big on art. There is, for example, the Art Deco weekend, which has been happening since the early 70s and continues its tradition, bringing film critics, movie buffs and fans together. Started by the Miami Preservation League, you can join in on the action—along with a million other people on the street in Ocean Drive.
Another great event to catch is the South Beach Wine and Food Festival, every February. See celebrity chefs, food personalities and food critics come together for this annual culinary highlight.
Or, arrive for the Ultra Music Festival, happening every spring since it first kicked off in 1999. Thousands of people come to revel in the music, and join in one of the biggest world parties to celebrate electronic music and dance till the wee hours of dawn.
Other activities to try are cultural walking tours of the city or food trips (where you can savour melt-in-your-mouth Cuban sandwiches to local seafood and Southern specialties like chicken and waffles). Families and couples alike will also enjoy water sports at South Beach.
More activities for a perfect holiday in a Miami Beach holiday letting with children
From your Miami Beach holiday letting , it is easy to find plenty of options to entertain the kids. These include visiting the Miami Zoo, with its hundreds of interesting animal species, seeing Jungle Island and its more than 1,000 beautiful birds, or going to the Miami Children’s Museum. These are all just a short trip away from your Miami Beach holiday lettings. Here, no matter the weather or season, there will be something fun to do and learn for kids and adults alike.
The Miami Seaquarium is also worth visiting; here you can see alligators, dolphins, and all kinds of fish. A great spot to entertain your young 'marine biologists', whether it’s a sunny summer day, or cooler winter. Get acquainted with the well-loved animals here, and let your kids thoroughly enjoy their holiday too! The Walt Disney World Resort and theme park is also not too far, which is worth a few days unto itself. Older kids will surely enjoy sightseeing from a boat cruise around Miami's Biscayne Bay.
When in Miami, one of the best ways to enjoy your holiday is to book a Miami Beach holiday home. The fantastic Miami Beach holiday homes and holiday lettings are perfect for those looking for affordable beach holidays. Influences from the Cuban and other international communities ensure the vibe is always lively, energetic and fun. From helicopter tours to sight-seeing cruises and romantic evenings by the Bay, you are certain to experience a varied and exciting holiday in Miami, and having your own holiday home to relax in adds the final touch for a perfect holiday.
Discover the past and enjoy the present at Miami Beach
This moving tribute erected by Holocaust survivors for the Jews who died during the Holocaust includes a sculpture garden and a contemplation dome.
Art Deco Historic District
Travel back to the 1920s, when Miami population boomed and many Art Deco buildings appeared in the historic district. Admire the fine architectural details of Miami's first high-rise buildings which represented both luxury and modernity at the time.
Miami Beach Boardwalk
Promenade on this ocean-front wooden pathway from 46th Street to 23rd Street. Take in the ocean views on one side and the cityscape on the other and stop off at trendy boutiques and cafes along the way.
Locals at Miami's main beach, nicknamed SoBe, will inspire you with their vintage style clothing, and there are plenty of vintage boutiques nearby.
Lummus Park Beach
This famous beachside park with palm trees is the perfect spot for a workout or some well-earned relaxation.
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