Kick off your sandals and wiggle your toes in the golden, sun-kissed sands of the 23 miles of promenade-lined beachfronts you can discover in Fort Lauderdale. There are countless beaches to travel to and, best of all, many have been certified as Blue Wave Beaches, signifying some of the cleanest, most pristine beaches in America.
There’s just so much to explore when you travel the canals and waterways of Greater Fort Lauderdale. Embark on breathtaking boat cruises to see awe-inspiring mansions and private islands along Millionaire’s Row. It doesn’t matter if you choose a chartered cruise aboard a luxury yacht, enjoy an intimate gondola ride, or travel on one of Fort Lauderdale Riverfront Cruises, you’ll be able to soak up all the sights and sounds. There’s so much to see in Fort Lauderdale and so many great ways to see it all.
After you’ve spent the day at the beach or on the water, soak in the culture of the Venice of America at night. In Fort Lauderdale, you can explore a city that features world-class restaurants and breweries, high-end hotels and shopping, and a bustling nightlife. Located less than an hour north of Miami (and just a few miles north of the airport on US-1), Fort Lauderdale boasts over 4,000 restaurants, 60 golf courses, 100 marinas, and countless other fun things to do.