South Florida residents are used to having access to the beach any time they want. This luxury is one of the main attractions that cause people to move to South Florida. If you and your family love the beach but live far away, you might wonder what a typical day at the beach is like. If you are thinking of moving to South Florida, the following information will give you an idea of what a typical beach day is like.

Good Morning

Rise and shine! You might have just completed a long and exhausting work week but it’s time to relax. Pack your beach bag and hop in your car or walk to the beachside café for breakfast.

Find Your Spot

After breakfast navigate your way to the shore and find your special spot. This is a task many beach lovers have difficulty deciding. If you are alone, choose a great spot and enjoy. But, if you are with your partner, family or friends, choose a spot close to the shore. This will allow you to have easy access to the ocean and prevent long walks to and from the shore all day long.  It is also a great spot for parents with young children because it gives you close range to keep a close eye on them.

Relax

The beach makes it easy to relax for most people. The view of the water and the salty ocean air immediately puts people at ease. But, there are some people that find it difficult to shut their worries off and enjoy the day. If you are one of these people, you should spend time in the water or listen to music to help you set your worries to the side.

Lunch Time

You can choose to bring your lunch or eat at one of the tasty restaurants located on the beach. If you plan to eat at a local restaurant, remember that some of them have dress codes. Remember to bring a bathing suit cover up dress for women/girls and a t-shirt and board shorts for men/boys.

Choose a local restaurant for dinner or eat at home. Before you leave the beach don’t forget to pack up your belongings and throw away trash. South Florida beaches try their best to stay clean from trash and debris. If you were to become a South Florida resident, this is a day you can enjoy almost every weekend!


Erica Grace

Erica Rosello acquired her Bachelor’s degree in Business with a minor in English from FIU. Her Passion for Miami, the city she grew up in, has enabled her to capture and highlight all of the Beauty and Power “The Most Exciting City in the World” has to offer. For exclusive interviews and advertising opportunities, please contact press@welcometomiami.com