Greater Fort Lauderdale
23 miles of golden sand.
From Hollywood to Deerfield to Pompano beaches, there's a stretch of sand in Greater Fort Lauderdale to suit the serenity-seeker or the adrenaline junkie. Choose from eight pristine beaches that stretch for 23 miles. For travel this spring and summer, save up to 60% at hotels and resorts hugging the beaches and boardwalks.Learn More
Boasting 300 miles of inland canals that have earned it the nickname "Venice of America," Greater Fort Lauderdale is best explored on the water. Glide past art and entertainment districts, nature preserves and multimillion-dollar estates aboard a yacht, paddleboard, kayak or water taxi.Learn More
Dine on the waterfront.
Make mealtime an adventure with dock-and-dine options across Fort Lauderdale. After docking your watercraft, pull up a chair at waterfront restaurants that serve Florida favorites, such as fresh-caught stone crab and mouth-watering key lime pie. Popular alfresco dining, bars and clubs are clustered along the New River.Learn More
Tour the Everglades.
Hold on to your hat while zipping through the Everglades on an airboat tour. Fort Lauderdale is a convenient base from which to explore this expansive ecosystem. See alligators, wild boar and panthers in their natural habitat. Also check out some of the world's most graceful wildlife at Butterfly World and Flamingo Gardens.Learn More
Art, festivals & museums.
Off the beaches, travelers can stroll the Riverwalk Arts & Entertainment District, which is home to theater, live music and museums. Or hit up the Flagler Arts & Technology Village, aka FATVillage, where warehouses feature unique and interactive art installations. For cultural serenity, tour the Bonnet House estate and gardens.Learn More