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One of the best things about Miami is the beaches. You're spoiled for choice, with so many different beaches for surfing, sunbathing, or simply enjoying some time with the kids. If you're moving to the Mr C Residences condos, then you'll have all those beaches on tap. Here's the best 5 beaches in Miami, so you can choose which ones to visit once you move here. 

1.	Surfside

Surfside beach, also known as Miami's Uptown Beach Town, is perfect for a day out with the kids. Many families are moving to the Mr C Residences condos for sale as they offer so many benefits to those with kids. Access to great schools and parks are just two benefits that you'll have, as well as having this beach on your doorstep. 

When you visit you'll see that the town has a real retro vibe to it. The beach itself is very peaceful, with lots of space to spread out a picnic blanket and enjoy a day in the sun. If you're looking to get more active, there's running paths in the area, as well as the opportunity to paddle board or kite surf. 

If you want, you can also get a lounge chair at an oceanside resort to relax and enjoy the view. If you want a day of rest and relaxation near your Mr C Residences pre construction home, then Surfside is where you'll want to be. 

2.	South Beach

When you think of Miami, you think of South Beach. One of the biggest benefits of buying one of the new Mr C Residences homes is because you'll have South Beach so close by. 

This beach goes from the southern tip of the island to 23rd street, and is simply gorgeous. The crystal clear waters are perfect for a day's swimming, or simply enjoying from your lounge chair or beach towel. Of course, you'll see the stretch of Art Deco hotels that flank the beach too. You'll want to make sure you come by at night to see them all lit up. 

You can pick where you go on South Beach too, depending on the atmosphere you want. 5th to 15th streets run along Ocean Drive, where the parties happen every night. If you've moved to the Mr C Residences condos for sale for a more laid back vibe though, you'll want to check out the north and south of the beach. 

3.	North Beach Oceanside Park

This is another perfect beach if you're looking to visit with the kids and get away from it all for the day. After all, that's one of the benefits of the Mr C Residences pre construction condos. The beach is nearby, and offers a similar Art Deco feel with a beautiful oceanfront park. 

At the park, you can chill out under the shade of the trees, enjoy the bike and walking paths, or take your canine friend to the dog park to run around. You can even grill up a storm in their picnic pavilion, so you can invite the whole family and have a great time. 

4.	Crandon Park Beach

If you're someone who likes to be active, then you'll want to check out Crandon Park Beach. There's lots of ways to stay in shape in and around the Mr C Residences condos for sale, but sometimes you'll want to switch things up. 

Here at Crandon Park Beach, you can check out rentals and lessons for kiteboarding, stand up paddle boarding and kayaking. If you've never tried these things before, now you're in Miami you'll want to give them a go. You can also enjoy multiple walking trails across a mangrove boardwalk to a fossilized coral reef. If you want to know more about that, you can take guided tours from the Nature Center. 

On the beach itself you'll find picnic tables and cabanas, as well as volleyball nets. It really has something for everyone who likes to keep moving. If you want to switch up your fitness style from your regular Mr C Residences routine, you should check it out. 

5.	Historic Virginia Key Beach Park

One of the great things about Miami is the amount of history that it holds. That is the reason why many people are moving to the Mr C Residences pre construction condos. If that's why you're moving to Miami, then you'll want to make sure you pay a visit to the Historic Virginia Key Beach Park. 

This beach was unofficially segregated all the way back in 1896, when it was used by African American people living in the city, as they often settled in Virginia Key. This was made official in 1945 as 'Miami's Colored Only Beach'. Now, the beach is registered on the National Register of Historic Places. 

These days, you can visit to take in the history of the area and enjoy the beach. You'll be able to see several historic sights, such as their antique carousel. If you just want to enjoy the beach though, there's sandy beaches, as well as hammock trails. 

There are so many amazing beaches in Miami, and once you're settled in your Mr C Residences home you'll want to see them all. If you're not sure where to start, make sure you check out these beaches first. They're some of the best in the city, and really show off what Miami has to offer.

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