Introduction to Sunny Isles Beach, Florida
Sunny Isles Beach, Florida, in Miami Dade county, is 4 miles NE of North Miami, Florida (center to center) and 11 miles N of Miami, Florida. The city benefits from easy access to the nearby cities and towns with which it shares the Miami metropolitan area.
Sunny Isles Beach History
The modern history of Sunny Isles Beach began in 1920 when a private investor bought 2.26 square miles of land in the area and named it Sunny Isles. The completion of the Haulover Bridge in 1925 made this area accessible from Miami Beach. This attracted a number of developers who developed the area for building high class waterfront properties. The development work picked up pace during the 1950s and 1960s. The 1970s witnessed the development of condominium communities. Gradually the area saw increased traffic of North American and European tourists, and now it is regarded as one of the most desirable oceanfront communities.
Sunny Isles Beach and Nearby Attractions
- Bal Harbor.
- Haulover Park.
- Samson Oceanfront Park.
Sunny Isles Beach Activities
Sunny Isles Beach is a rapidly developing resort area. It is visited by over 1 million vacationers every year. The tourists are attracted by two-and-a-half miles of golden sand beach. The area offers great opportunities for water sports, fishing and boating. There are also a lot of other entertainment options, including dining and shopping.
Sunny Isles Beach Transportation
The St Lucie International Airport provides the fastest travel to Sunny isles Beach.
Sunny Isles Beach Higher Education
Miami Shores is home to Barry University, and this provides college level education for Sunny Isles residents.