With a distinct Spanish flavor, Espanola Way is one part of Miami Beach that boasts a colorful and long history. This district was once heaven for artists, but fell into disrepair through the years. Before too long, it became known as a “red light district.” Today, however, this portion of Miami Beach has been restored to its former glory.
Developed during the 1920's, Espanola Way includes a number of striking buildings. Unlike its Art Deco counterparts, this neighborhood is very Spanish in its styling. You will find your choice will give you plenty of opportunity to explore the shopping, dining and clubs this area is famous for. A number of major destinations are located within and near this part of the city. The Cameo Theater, for example, designed by Robert Collins in 1938, is located in this part of Miami Beach. Also nearby are such stops as the shops of Lincoln Road, the Miami Beach Post Office and more.