Despite being the site of fierce competition, the area promotes a chilled-out south bay lifestyle of surfing and sunning. The beach is lined with lifeguard towers, and parking is abundant but metered, so bring quarters. Bronze plaques line the Hermosa Beach Pier commemorating surf pioneers in "The Surfer's Walk of Fame." Walk down the pier and you'll dead-end into a plethora of shops and eateries parallel to the beach, including Insomniac Coffee House, which used to be a favorite haunt of Beatniks in the 1950s and '60s.
Located between Redondo Beach and Manhattan Beach, Hermosa attracts a lively nightlife of locals and tourists. Intersecting with the main beach walkway the Strand, Hermosa's Pier Avenue is a strip of bars and restaurants that are as lively by night as the beach is by day. Whether relaxing with a pint at a pub or having an all-out dance party, Pier Avenue's variety is likely to please all partiers.
Miami, known as the “Magic City” for its rapid growth, is a place where art, travel and food industries are booming, Miami is a must visit vacation spot as it has a tropical climate with hot humid summers and warm dry winters. The warm and sunny weather in Miami Beach attracts millions of travelers from around the world from November through April. Sea surface temperatures range from 74 F in winter to 86 F in the spring, summer and fall months and has the warmest ocean surf in the United States mainland annually.
It’s unfortunate when people hear the word Miami, they think of a place where people like to party and Miami Beach offers travelers much more than just a scandalous spring break getaway. There’s a wealth of family activities for a vacation destination that will make your trip a very memorable one.