A vast park and beach covered with palm trees is a rarity in Miami. I love its spaciousness, rustle, and shade of palm leaves, tranquility, and the absence of many people, which is ideal for calm, measured shooting.
A beach lacks glamor and pathos. It is more about the spirit of 70s Miami—colorful bars, motels, and streets.
Another uncrowded and calm beach is located near Sunny Isles Beach. Its peculiarity is that there is a bay on one side, along which yachts and fishing boats are moored, and on the other side, the beach and the ocean. The beach has a beautiful stone cliff and some greenery.
This is the Villa Palace, which is now a museum. A vast area with a magnificent park, textured staircases, arches, fountains, and views of the bay. For shooting on the villa's territory, you must pay a permit at the entrance for $ 250 on weekdays and $ 350 on weekends. Opening hours can be viewed on the official website of the museum.
A small park located in Coral Gables enchants its beauty, sophistication, and privacy. Ideal for wedding, family, and portrait shots in a classic, elegant style.
MANDOLIN AEGEAN BISTRO
One of Miami's most delicious filming locations) This is a Greek and Turkish culture-style tavern founded by a husband and wife who rebuilt the 1940s home with the most famous outdoor gardens and patios. Beautiful photographs can be accompanied by delicious and stylish food. The pleasure of the whole process is guaranteed!