You can see our climate diagram above. July is the warmest month in South Beach with average maximum temperatures of 33°. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 17° in January. July is the wettest month.
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Popular Rental Amenities in South Beach
South Beach is a good vacation spot if you want an accommodation with a pool, as 78% of the accommodations there provide one. In addition, more Apartment rentals have pools than any other property type. They are a great choice if you go in a group of 0, as that is the number of people they can usually accommodate. In South Beach, all of the accommodations offering a pool are close to the water.
Sea and sun by your Miami South Beach condo vacation rental
With its Art Deco architecture, picturesque beaches, Michelin-starred restaurants, tony shopping, and happening nightlife, Miami's South Beach (sometimes called SoBe) is a cherished warm-weather destination. South Beach is especially popular for its stylish, high-rise and low-rise condo vacation homes —whether you're in town for a weekend getaway or an extended stay, renting one is a smart choice. Most of the apartments are within a 15-minute walk to the sandy white beach, and many are located in complexes with pools.
Cuisine for every taste
South Beach might appear overrun with sushi joints, but it actually offers a range of excellent restaurants. Head to the perennially popular Yardbird for both traditional and contemporary takes on classic southern fare. Izzy's Fish & Oyster offers some of the area's best fresh seafood, as well as weekly specials. For a taste of local Cuban cuisine, head to Puerto Sagua, an affordable, no-frills joint that's been serving locals and visitors alike since 1962.
The hub of the city’s nightlife scene
South Beach is a nightlife haven. LIV at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach books world-renowned DJs and has a crowd to match. The Basement at the Edition's disco includes an ice skating rink, bowling alley, and a glowing bar. Cocktail bars like the Havana-inspired Regent Cocktail Club or the psychedelic Haven Kitchen & Lounge serve exotic drinks in a more relaxed ambiance. Mac’s Club Deuce, meanwhile, is a dive bar that has ruled the roost since the 1920s.
You've likely heard of Art Basel Miami Beach, the annual art fair which, along with numerous satellites and attendant festivities, takes place in early December. For a different sort of design, mid-January's Art Deco Weekend offers walking tours, live music, a Jazz Age Lawn Party, and more. In February, the South Beach Wine & Food Festival features celebrity chefs, tastings, parties, and other events, many of which are held right on the beach.
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