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Romantic Things to do in Miami this Valentines Day!

February 06, 2017

In Miami, Valentine’s Day is an opportunity to experience the city in the best possible way, and with any luck, there will be plenty of Florida sunshine to spread around. Here we've got Valentine's Day ideas in Miami to make sure your day goes off without a hitch.

Romantic Picnic on the beach

Whether it’s sandwiches and soft drinks with the kids or wine and cheese for lovers, a beach picnic by candlelight is a terrific romantic idea for Valentines Day. Spread a blanket out and wine and dine each other like it’s going out of style. Take a romantic beach stroll through the dunes or wade in the water. Just give in to the rapture of each other by moonlight! This is an inexpensive yet supremely romantic way to spend an evening and night.

Have a Luxury Romantic Dinner

With its decidedly international flair and cosmopolitan vibes, Miami is known for delicious cuisine that’s anything but boring.

So while you’re in town, be sure to sit down and enjoy a romantic meal at any of the city’s sumptuous restaurants, whether you’re looking for fresh-caught seafood or some tasty Cuban street food.

Take an Art Stroll

Miami is an international capital of contemporary art, which adds a little tone to romantic strolls. In Wynwood, linger at Wynwood Walls, an outdoor museum with graffiti murals by a mix of acclaimed artists (Barry McGee, Kenny Scharf) and such upcoming artists as Crash and Cryptik. Then, drive to downtown Miami and amble through the galleries at Perez Art Museum Miami (PAMM). It anchors the waterfront complex Museum Park, with a landscape design by New York’s Field Operations, of the High Line project in Manhattan.

Day Trip to Key West

Got a whole day to kill? Take a day trip to Key West for an unforgettable adventure on the open ocean. Once you arrive, this remarkable little island has plenty of fun and excitement to offer the adventurous couple.
Literary and culture lovers won’t want to miss out on the Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum, where the iconic author once lived and wrote.

Visit Miami’s Most Romantic Place

The circa-1916 Villa Vizcaya is a 70-room palace on 180 acres and remains the city’s most glamorous estate. The first Mediterranean Revival mansion in South Florida, Vizcaya was modeled after Ca’ Rezzonico near Venice and remains a masterpiece of fantasy architecture, with formal gardens that are like beaming back in time to an old-fashioned Hollywood movie.

Sail on a Private Cruise

You can surprise your beloved one with a romantic sunset sail or a romantic dinner on a sailboat served freshly aboard under sail or anchored in a secluded bay with best views on Miami Cityline at sunset.

Any better setting for a romantic Valentines Day date or an anniversary?

You can choose a morning sail or an afternoon sunset sail with or without catering.