Gay Vacations in Miami

In a resent post I wrote about how men should have more (man) vacations by themselves. By the comments I receive, and a second overview of my last post I realize I omitted a very popular type of man in Miami. Those how also like men. For all you out there here some great tips for Gay Miami vacations.
 
Miami is the winter playground for gay America. Imagine a long, perfect beach, the world’s best Art-Deco architecture, and pulsating Gay Miami nightlife. Then fill it with gorgeous people and spice it up with a little Latino culture, and you’ve got Miami Beach, more commonly known as South Beach or SoBe. It seems like everyone here is a model…or could be. It’s a very trendy place to be, and people tend to look their best. But, where to stay? The Sun City has a very well develop industry of Miami Vacation Rentals, for those of you that desire the privacy of your own furnished apartment in the hart of South Beach.
Before you head to Miami beaches, check out the Art Deco Historic District. There are guided walking tours available. But few attractions pull visitors away from the beach, and the collection of cafes, galleries, and Miami Clubs around it. Ocean Drive runs along the beach, and it’s a great place to people-watch. Lincoln Road, parallel to Ocean, is a pedestrian-only strip of Miami Restaurants and shops.

The Bass Museum of Art can be a great diversion if rain chases you indoors. Winter and early spring are undoubtedly the best times to visit gay South Beach, which is famous (or infamous) for its chain of mega-parties, which begin Thanksgiving weekend and run through Miami Spring Break, when the college crowd overruns the beaches and clubs. Summer is rainier, with little reason to attract the northern crowds (who only come in summer to escape the snow). Virtually everything gay in South Beach is clustered along Collins Avenue between Española Way and 12th Street, and there’s absolutely no reason to have a car here, you can walk everywhere.

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