With the sun officially setting past 7 p.m. there is no reason for you to not catch the sunset a few times a week. With the Miami cityscape and beautiful Biscayne Bay as our backyard, sunsets in the Magic City are something unique.
Watching the sunset with its beautiful and refreshing colors alongside the magnificent Miami backdrop is truly magical. From south to north, we have found the best locations to watch the sunsets, 365 days a year.
South Pointe Park is one of South Beach’s most scenic destinations, adorned with beautiful landscaping of trees, the beach and South of Fifth high-rises. Whether you’re looking to watch the sunset as you sit alongside the sandy beaches, or grab a seat at one of the benches along the walking path, South Pointe Park’s views are some of the best in town.
Right off the Rickenbacker Causeway over towards Key Biscayne sits Hobie Island Beach Park, with some of the most unmatched views in the city in a very private location. With a perfect unobstructed view of the Brickell skyline, watching the sunset from Hobie Island Beach Park is glistening, as the sun sets behind the beautiful skyline.
In the heart of Miami’s Sunset Harbour neighborhood, Island View Park truly lives up to its name with the most impressive views from Miami Beach. Looking out towards the Venetian Islands and the Miami cityscape in the distance, the sun setting with its beautiful orange and pink colors is almost always visible from this location.
This 177-acre park is a must-attend for sunset watching, with picturesque views and endless skies of beautiful hues of yellow, orange and pink. Be sure to pack yourself a picnic for the ultimate sunset experience. With minimal highrises in the distance, this is a prime location for clear sunset views.
The University of Miami has one of the most beautiful sunsets in the city, alongside Lake Osceola in the middle of the campus. With impressive architecture throughout the campus and the sunset reflecting on the lake, this view is quite unique and spectacular. Take a walk through the Coral Gables campus during sunset and you will most definitely be impressed.