Miami Beach is a highly visited destination that receives over 9 million visitors per year. It remains the most popular destination in Greater Miami and the Beaches. Drawn by our beautiful weather, visitors return time and time again for our great natural resources. This includes our sandy beaches and pristine waterways.
The city also receives visits throughout the year from representatives of other municipalities, nonprofits, and academic institutions who want to learn about our sea level rise adaptation efforts. Miami Beach has previously hosted guests from New York, St. Augustine, and even Tokyo. These visitors come with an interest in seeing what the city has done to protect its natural and built environment in the face of climate change and sea level rise.
Miami Beach is creating a blueprint that other coastal cities can follow to remain resilient in the face of unprecedented environmental challenges.