Miramar, FL, USA

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Miramar, FL, USA

Miramar vacation rentals

Miramar offers chilled-out family vacations

Miramar isn't your raucous Floridian party town. Nor is it a loop-de-loop-topped theme park destination. Nor is it a cultural hotpot like Little Havana or Miami Beach. But it is within striking distance of all of the above, not to mention the endless hammocks and croc-spotted wildernesses of the Florida Everglades, and the cotton-white sands that fringe the Atlantic Coast just a little to the east. The result is a range of Miramar vacation rentals that are perfect for families vacationing in the Magic City, complete with pools, palm-shaded porches, and good links to nearby attractions.

Miami is on your doorstep in Miramar

Aside from a couple of large-scale outlet malls and a smattering of leafy suburban parks, the joys of Miramar are located in nearby towns. You could head east to kick back on sunny beachfronts with volleyball courts and mojito bars. You could make for the waters of the Atlantic Ocean to hop on fishing charters and spot dolphin pods out at sea. There's also always airboating excursions or flyovers to wonder at the majesty of the Florida Everglades, or family-friendly waterparks and local zoos packed with tropical creatures.

Between the Everglades and the beaches

Miramar vacation rentals offer a chilled stay in one of the quieter corners of Florida's rambunctious Magic City. That means you can have a great night's sleep here before hitting the sands of lively Hollywood Beach or Miami Beach in the day. It will also leave you wide awake for those trips to the famous Florida Everglades and for when it comes to meeting the macaques and lemurs of the Jungle Island zoo, riding the twirling slides of the Miami Shores Aquatic Center, or purring the go karts on the local GP Raceway.

It's all about the winter and spring in Miramar

Miramar vacation rentals are a veritable magnet for vacationers who want to jet away from the cold of the North American winter. That's because the months between December and March are not only warm and dry, seeing temperatures around the middle 70s, but also packed with festivals, events, and open attractions. Springtime is when the mercury levels start to rise, making April and May the top times to hit the beaches of the Atlantic Coast before the summertime crowds and humidity hit town.

Wedged into southern Florida in Miramar

Miramar is wedged into a small suburban pocket on the southern side of the Florida Peninsula. Beaches are one of its main natural draws, and they fringe the whole area just a little to the east, from the powdery sands of Hollywood to the bar-backed reaches of Miami Beach. However, it's on the other side of town that the real wildernesses make their home. Cue the Florida Everglades, which come with misty bayous, dense thickets of cypress trees, vine-clad hammocks, sawgrass prairies, snapping gators, leopard frogs, storks, fawns, and oodles, oodles more.