Miami Beach The city of Miami Beach is made up of a series of islands between the Atlantic Ocean and Biscayne Bay. It is joined to the Miami mainland by several bridges and is divided into two main neighbourhoods: North Beach, which runs from 87th St (where the city of Surfside starts) to 63rd St, and Mid Beach, which runs from 63rd St to 23rd St, where South Beach starts (geographically and politically speaking, South Beach also belongs to the city of Miami Beach, but it has been deliberately treated as a separate area). The area to the north of South Beach is quieter than its southern neighbour, with very different architecture and landscape. Here you’ll find luxury high-rise buildings with spectacular views and enormous swimming pools with direct access to the beach. These superb edifices earned the strip on Collins Avenue between 41st St and 62nd St the nickname Millionaire’s Row, which also affords stunning views across the bay, with its luxury yachts. Every year the Miami International Boat Show, one of the largest and most prestigious in the country, welcomes over 3000 boats.This area is characterised by its endless white beaches with wooden boardwalks, ideal places for taking an evening walk or playing sport. Given its great location with easy access to South Beach and the northern beaches and downtown Miami, it is no surprise that millions of tourists come here all year round to enjoy an unforgettable holiday.