Over 23 miles of wide, sandy beaches. Perfect for sunbathing, swimming, fishing, snorkeling, jogging or just soul searching!
Warm your toes in the golden sands of Greater Fort Lauderdale's 23 miles of sun-kissed beaches. Stroll, jog, or rollerblade along Fort Lauderdale's palm tree fringed, brick-lined beachfront promenade. Pass by the world famous Elbo Room, site of the 1960's "Where the Boys Are" movie starring George Hamilton and Connie Francis.
Relax on Hollywood Beach, known for its casual atmosphere and free entertainment. Bicycle, run or walk along Hollywood's 2 1/2 mile oceanfront Broadwalk which parallels the beach.
Enjoy Pompano Beach's three-and-a-half mile beach, a favorite spot for families featuring playgrounds on the beach, fine seafood, and family style festivities. Named after the saltwater fish abundantly found in the warm Atlantic waters, Pompano is home to an annual Pompano Seafood festival and Fishing Rodeo.
Enjoy the sunrise on beautiful Deerfield Beach, Broward County's award-winning, cove-like beaches and home of the Power Boat races each summer.
In the charming, half a square mile seaside village of Lauderdale-By-The-Sea, you'll find a popular fishing pier where pelicans fly overhead. Dive and snorkel from shore along the three-tiered reef system.
Celebrating 100 years, Dania Beach is home to the Dania Beach Fishing Pier, 30 marinas and John U. Lloyd State Park.
Gay Fort Lauderdale has four popular gay beaches. The Ft. Lauderdale gay beaches include:
Sebastian Street & A1A
Located between Sunrise Boulevard and Las Olas Boulevard.
Terramar Street & A1A
Located three traffic lights south of Sunrise Boulevard. This is the place where all the tourists staying at the gay resorts tend to go.
NE 18th & A1A
A beach popular with the locals. Out and About recommends this as a nice cruisy beach.
John Lloyd State Park (Dania)
US1 to Dania Beach Boulevard. There is an entry fee.
A clothing-optional beach is located at Haulover Beach four miles south of Hallendale.