The coastal community of Sunny Isle is situated on a barrier island just north of Miami. This exclusive little ‘city’ is a hugely popular resort area that’s been invested in by Donald Trump, and its towers of condos and long sandy beach are the place to be seen! Self catering accommodation in Sunny Isle is a great choice for holidaymakers who want to enjoy the wonderful Southern Floridian weather, the beach, water sports, shopping, entertainment and more.
There’s a great assortment of things for you to do when you spend your holiday in Sunny Isle self catering accommodation. Nicknamed the City of Sun and Sea, the highlight of the area is undoubtedly the Sunny Isles Beach – 2.5 miles (4km) of soft sandy beach awaits you, and with the great weather this is the ideal place to work on your sun tan! You can also enjoy numerous different water sports, or go fishing, or boating. On dry land there’s plenty of recreational activities on offer too, if you like to keep active whilst on holiday; fitness centres, tennis, swimming, golf and more are all within the vicinity of your Sunny Isle accommodation.
The city is becoming a top place for shopping, and not far from your Sunny Isle self catering accommodation you’ll find Collins Avenue, the main street in the city, that’s full of a great variety of shops. More shopping can be enjoyed at nearby Bal Harbour Shops, an open air shopping mall full of luxury, designer name stores.
To the north is Fort Lauderdale, an attractive city with museums, nightlife, parks, beaches and entertainment, whilst to the south is Miami. Miami offers even more great shopping opportunities, entertainment and nightlife, plus attractions such as the historic art deco district.
Being in Southern Florida means self catering accommodation in Sunny Isle can be visited and enjoyed throughout the year. There’s a tropical climate here, so even in January you’ll get some lovely warm weather, and being the dry season winter is far less humid than in the summer. Summers are hot, humid and wet, often with afternoon thunderstorms providing a welcome clearing of the air!
For flights to Sunny Isle you have two choices of airports, either Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport to the north, or Miami International Airport to the south. At 30 minutes drive, Miami is slightly further away but has a better choice of airlines with the likes of American Airlines, British Airways and Virgin Atlantic flying there.