Miami seems confusing at first, but quickly becomes easy to navigate. The small cluster of buildings that make up the downtown area is at the geographical heart of the city. In relation to downtown, the airport is northwest, the beaches are east, Coconut Grove is south, Coral Gables is west, and the rest of the city is north.
Located directly on the shores of Biscayne Bay, Downtown Miami pulsates with activity as commercial, cultural and leisure pursuits come together in the fastest growing area in Miami.
Located on the Atlantic coast of Miami-Dade County in South Florida, Miami Beach is known for its historic Art Deco style buildings, beautiful sand beaches and crystal blue waters.
Located on a barrier island in the north-east corner of Miami-Dade County, Sunny Isles Beach is bound by the Atlantic Ocean on the east and the Intracoastal Waterway on the west.
Graced by white sand beaches and warm turquoise waters, the exclusive village of Bal Harbour stretches across about one-third of a mile of gorgeous coast line from Biscayne Bay to the Atlantic Ocean in north east Miami-Dade County.
Aventura is one of South Florida’s newest, most vibrant communities. Spanning 3.2 square miles, beautiful Aventura is located on the Intracoastal Waterway in northeast Miami-Dade County.
Located between Fort Lauderdale and Miami, Hallandale Beach and Hollywood Beach are conveniently located close to Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport and just a short distance further from Miami International Airport.
Coral Gables was one of the nation’s first fully-planned communities. Envisioned and conceived by George Merrick in 1925 with the vision to incorporate secluded residential enclaves and commercial areas inspired by Mediterranean architecture, offering every amenity to its residents and at the same time creating a center for international business.
Doral is located just to the north-west of Miami International Airport (MIA). The heart of the Doral community is the spectacular PGA tour stop and luxury resort, the Trump National Doral Miami, where the World Golf Championships are held annually.
Located half way between Miami and Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale is known as the “Venice of America”. One of the more popular tourist destinations in South Florida, Fort Lauderdale is also a major yachting center with numerous boatyards, marinas, and mega yachts.