Piña Colada Jam Is Just the Start to Your Miami Adventure

Bustling Miami gets visitors from all over the world. Here you can enjoy the pristine beaches and turquoise waters of Biscayne Bay or South Beach, hit the town and visit some of the hottest nightclubs worldwide, or listen to the live Cuban music that permeates down Calle Ocho.

Live Like a Local

When you dive into the Venetian Pool at Coral Gables, you’ll feel like you’ve entered Atlantis. Built in 1923, the pool features 820,000 gallons of water and is surrounded by hidden grottos, porticoes, palm trees, bridges, and waterfalls. Another interesting Florida attraction is the Coral Castle Museum, a stone sculpture garden filled with impressive rock formations. It took 30 years for one man to build this intriguing collection, and the fact that it was done without any sort of cranes or machinery still baffles people to this day.

The Adventurist

If you enjoy urban exploration, venture off the coast of Biscayne Bay to discover Miami’s unofficial ghost town, Stiltsville. It used to be a happening private club and vacation hotspot for wealthy vacationers in the 40’s and 50’s and now stands as a group of pastel-colored abandoned wooden stilt houses in the middle of the sea. For a burst of adrenaline, join Miami Watersports to soar over 30 feet above water on one of their jetpacks or flyboards!

The Weekender

Taste what Food & Wine magazine dubbed “The Best Pizza in the United States” at Joeys, the go-to modern pizzeria in the Wynwood Arts District. Afterwards, take an evening sunset tour to watch the sun bid its daily farewell to the skyline across the Intracoastal Waterway. If you look close enough, you might even be able to catch the elusive green flash!

Flavor Of…

To get the full flavor of Miami, join the Little Havana Food Tour, a 5-stop foodie delight where you’ll get to taste the best cuisine in the area while learning about the neighborhood’s culture and history. For some interesting flavors head to the Freakin’ Flamingo, an expert in jams and jellies. We recommend nabbing a few jars of rum-based piña colada jam to bring a zesty souvenir home to friends and family.

A Pristine Retreat Minutes From Miami

At the Marenas Beach Resort, you’ll enjoy an idyllic location on Sunny Isles Beach, a 2.5 mile stretch of white sand beach with clear views of the Atlantic Ocean and the Intracoastal Highway. With Miami right around the corner, you’ll have plenty of things to do, and a luxurious beachfront suite to come back to.

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