Here Are the Best People-Watching Spots in South Beach.

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There’s so much to love about South Beach—the gorgeous weather, the beach, the fantastic shopping and dining, and the nightlife.
The beach’s excellent people-watching is another reason that locals and tourist love South Beach.

Take a few hours to kick back in the sun along Ocean Drive or enjoy the scene from any of the outdoor restaurants and cafés on Lincoln Road – there’s plenty of great of people-watching to enjoy.

South Beach people-watchingIf you’re like most visitors, you’ve come to South Beach to relax, swim in the crystal clear ocean, and sunbathe on our beautiful beaches. The beach is also one of our best people-watching locales.

South Beach boardwalk Lummus Park (Ocean Drive boardwalk) is always buzzing with activity. Grab a seat and enjoy hours of amazing people-watching. More Info

Lummus Park
Ocean Drive between 5 Street and 14 Place

Pizza Rustica on Lincoln road
Let Pizza Rustica’s bright yellow umbrellas be your beacon for huge squares of piping hot pizza and great people-watching on Lincoln Road.

Pizza Rustica
667 Lincoln Road

Lincoln Road is often voted as the best place to people-watch in Miami. This mostly-pedestrian, open-air shopping destination is only a few blocks from the beach and is noted for its weekly farmers market, sidewalk cafes and its variety of stores.

Visitors, from all over the world, flock to South Beach’s Ocean Drive. They come to experience its happening vibe, famous Art Deco architecture, colorful neon signs, and the weekend parties. More info

Cruise Ship passing South Pointe ParkSouth Pointe Park is a beautiful 17-acre park and pier located on the southern-most tip of Miami Beach. Stroll out on the South Pointe Pier and watch as anglers reel in their catch and get a close-up of giant cruise ships gliding through Government Cut. More Info

After a long day of sightseeing, make your way to Lincoln Road for eats, drinks, and an evening of great people-watching.  Have a fun time!

See you on Lincoln Road.
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