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Fort Lauderdale Beaches

Beaches in south-east Florida are the better in the whole of the United States. They are gritty, well-preserved, clean and very-patrolled with public facilities. Dalliers and sunshades are available at many of the beaches for rental. But an advice: don't continue too long in the sun as you may easily burn, be sure to use a sun blocker.

The Fort Lauderdale's city has more than seven miles of beautiful beaches that provides residents and travellers principal possibility for diversion, relaxation and enjoyment. The City’s award-winning wave wall and signature beachfront promenade highlight Fort Lauderdale’s world popular coastline, which is emphasised by an array of shops, restaurants, sidewalk cafes and entertainment venues. Beachgoers can take part in a wide range of activities from boating, wind surfing, jet skiing and volleyball to snorkelling, scuba diving, deep-sea fishing and rollerblading. Or, if relaxation is what you wish, simply sit back, unwind and enjoy the Atlantic Ocean's breathtaking views.

Where the persons are on beach 3.5 miles, providing swimming, sunbathing, snorkelling along three reefs, also like shops, restaurants, bars and hotels to the south, quieter stretches to the north and a dog-friendly beach in between, the north end, from about Las Olas to Oakland Park Boulevard, is quieter and unguarded for part of its length, with no restrooms.

The Northern Beach Area is situated among Oakland Park Boulevard and Sunrise Boulevard. This is principally a quiet area and is a popular spot for treks, picnics and the like. There is an underground pathway beneath the A1A to this beach.

The South Beach Area is the more active portion of Fort Lauderdale beaches. Several beachfront shops, restaurants, nightclubs and similar, nowadays avenues for enjoying time on the beach.

Fort Lauderdale Area Beaches

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