Sunny Isles Beach boasts a two-mile long white sand beach. Beach goers here enjoy the wide sandy beach and clear waters popular for snorkeling, diving and other water sports. Sunny Isles Beach is also known for its classic pier, the Newport Fishing Pier. Locals and visitors try their luck fishing from this popular local landmark.

An Oceanfront View


Sunny Isles Beach is a premier vacation destination for good reason. With towering, opulent condominium resorts lining two miles of pristine, white sandy beaches, it’s easy to feel you’re living la bonne vie during your stay here. Whether it’s lounging poolside in a luxurious oceanfront cabana or sinking your toes in the sand, Sunny Isles Beach offers clean, un-crowded and relaxing beaches perfect for a family vacation or a romantic getaway.

Newport Pier


Take a stroll on the newly rebuilt Newport Fishing Pier, which is located at Sunny Isles Boulevard and Collins Avenue. The pier is accessible through Pier Park at 16501 Collins Avenue where parking for a fee is available.

Newport Fishing Pier, a historic site that was originally built in 1982, has long been a popular destination for fishing enthusiasts and sightseers. The original pier was destroyed by Hurricane Wilma in 2005. The new pier is 776 feet, 610 of that over the water, and containing 11,593 square feet of usable space. The pier features a lifeguard observation area and contains a beach bar restaurant.

It is the only public fishing pier in Miami-Dade County and the only designated area for fishing in Sunny Isles Beach. Fishing is not allowed on the beaches, or in the Intra coastal Waterway from land.

Beach Resort Experience


A short walk up the beach from here will lead you to some of the most lavish resorts on Sunny Isles Beach, including the Doubletree Ocean Point Resort & Spa, Pinnacle, Acqualina Resort & Spa on the Beach and the Trump International Beach Resort. Seeing these high rises with your own eyes is reason enough to choose Sunny Isles Beach for your beach vacation.

Take Acqualina, for instance, which stands out with its Mediterranean Revival style. Forbes Travel Guide granted both the resort and its spa with the prestigious Five Star distinction. The beachfront pool patio spills onto a grassy lawn before the sand with palatial grandeur. There are cushy red couches, cabanas, hammocks and lounges just beckoning you to relax. Whether you’re a guest or not, you can still enjoy a beachfront lunch or cocktail at Costa Grill, so pull up one of those red cushioned chairs, grab some shade underneath an umbrella and indulge. Feel a hankering for ice cream? Walk across the pool deck into the lobby to Piazzetta Marketplace’s gelato stand and pick your favorite fresh flavors.



A few yards farther north, you’ll come across the Trump International Beach Resort and its swanky oceanfront restaurant Bella Beach. As you approach, you may notice shaded lounge chairs floating in the calm waters with people lounging on them or a Hobie catamaran beached on the sand waiting for someone to take her offshore. If you’re looking for more from your beach day than napping in the sand or reading a book, this is your spot. Here, you can rent jet skis, kayaks and snorkel gear to enjoy the pleasures of the ocean all the more.

Sunrises & Yoga on the Beach


Be sure not to miss a sunrise. Beautiful colors reflect off the Atlantic Ocean each morning as the sun rises over the horizon. Rise early on Wednesdays and center yourself with FREE yoga on the beach by Samson Oceanfront Park. It doesn’t matter what time you get to the beach, the water is always warm!