Surroundings
Besides its stunning beachside location, Miami offers a wealth of accessible destinations to explore.

Coral Gables and Coconut Grove in Greater Miami are rich with historic sites, restaurants and shopping and make an ideal day excursion.
 
The world-renowned Everglades, located southwest of Miami is an intriguing eco-system that is host to more than 45 variety of plants that grow nowhere else on Earth. As well, the Everglades are home to over 350 types of birds, 500 types of fish and dozens of reptiles and mammals.

The Keys are a string of low-lying islands that stretch about 200 miles from the southern tip of Florida’s mainland. From Key Largo, across the amazing seven-mile bridge to the storied Key West, which was home to Ernest Hemingway, this is a special part of the country that beguiles and delights.