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Fort Lauderdale Area Beaches

Deerfield Beach
This area is a place from some of the more active areas of the county. The beaches are extensive and serene, but you’ll still observe

Enough of activity here, See the Public Beach and International Fishing Pier. This one mile stretch of beach offers lifeguard stations, recreational areas and volleyball nets. The nearby Deerfield Island Park is available by shuttle or boat. This park is heavily wooded 56-acre site, which offers a nature trail, boardwalk, picnic area and playground.

Pompano Beach
Pompano Beach is a spectacular area for beachgoers, sports fishermen and water lovers alike. The public beach here is 100- to 150-feet wide, one mile long, and made up of fine, white sand running from Atlantic Boulevard north to Northeast 16th Street. The beach provides watersports, sand volleyball, swimming, fishing, boating, kayaking, sailing, a playground, a boardwalk and picnic areas. There has also a pier that’s open 24 hours a day.

Lauderdale- By-The-Sea is a pristine town situated just across the Intracoastal Waterway. Its clean and quiet beach is best for relaxation. Access to better restaurants takes care of necessities.

Fort Lauderdale
Fort Lauderdale has seven miles of warm, soft sand. These have 30 beach access points, but the city’s award-winning "wave wall" and beachfront promenade offer the impeccable place to soak up Fort Lauderdale’s flavour. The beachfront is bustling with people checking out the shops, restaurants and sidewalk cafés. On the beach, you can boat, windsurf, Jet Ski, play volleyball, snorkel, and scuba dive or do something that you may desire. If you’d rather relax, stretch out on your towel and enjoy beautiful views of the Atlantic Ocean.

Dania Beach
Situated among Fort Lauderdale and Hollywood, Dania Beach is a short drive to all the attractions in the area, this family-friendly beach possess unique Seminole "chickee huts" for shade and playgrounds on the sand. Dania Beach offers numerous city parks containing the very famous Dania Beach Waterfront and Fishing Pier.

Hollywood Beach
The coastline here is described with a five-mile Broadwalk, a 27-foot wide thoroughfare with its own cycle path that parallels the palm-fringed beach. Even so, there are three distinct areas of Hollywood Beach. North Beach is a haven for shell seekers and families in search of quieter amenities. Three parks, one operate by the city, one by the county, and one by the state, create enough of access to picnic areas, showers, playgrounds, an observation tower and restrooms. Central Beach, considered the bustling center, has boutiques, outdoor cafés and live entertainment. It’s perfect for people-watching. South Beach is the residential area of the city. There are many small bed-and-breakfasts, as well as some high rises and hotels.

Hallandale Beach
The southernmost beach in the area, this small town offers a mile of unspoiled coastline. At this public beach, you can rent chickee huts, and relax and watch the ocean. There are concession stands, a playground, bocce ball courts, restrooms and showers.

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