The first commercial development on Miami Beach in the early 1920s, Española Way was built to serve as an artists’ colony, modeled after romantic Mediterranean villages in France and Spain. Quintessentially bohemian right down to peach-colored paint, the enclave is a cultural gem. In May 2017, The City of Miami Beach completed a $2.5 million revitalization project making it a pedestrian-only street. Today, Española Way is experiencing a renaissance, fulfilling the vision of those who built it nearly a century ago as a place for locals and travelers to gather, create and celebrate. Sensual then and now, Española Way is an immersive and transporting experience, and not to be missed.