Fort Lauderdale Beaches

Fort lauderdale Beachfront

Sparkling Beaches

The beautiful beaches of Fort Lauderdale’s barrier island are almost as diverse as the city itself and one of the premier public access urban beaches in the world, recently recognized as Florida’s first “Blue Wave” beach by the national non-profit Clean Beaches Council.

A drive along Fort Lauderdale Beach from South of Oakland Park Boulevard past Las Olas Boulevard will take you alongside the ionic Wave Wall and some of the world’s most luxurious and prestigious hotels. The rejuvenation of the beach intends to carry five star standards from the lobby to the sand.

Whether your choice is the convenience and resort amenities of the condominium developments, the carefree ownership of a hotel-condominium or the privacy of a single family beach house, it is all here for you.

The allure of Fort Lauderdale Beach is well understood by such famous names as Trump, the Ritz-Carlton, Atlantic Hotel, the W, and the Hilton. These major developers are participating in building Fort Lauderdale into a world-class destination. Nestled between the hotel developments is a seaside village of select retail and residential areas.

The Northern end of the beaches offers another set of outdoor cultural and recreational activities, the historic Bonnet House, the 20th Century winter home of the Bartlett family. Biking, fishing, canoeing and hiking can be enjoyed at the Hugh Taylor Birch State Park at 3109 East Sunrise Boulevard. The park is linked by tunnel to the beach.

If you are in search of peace and tranquility the North end of Fort Lauderdale Beach offers only forty nine single family residences directly on the sand. The direct oceanfront houses form part of a delightful enclave of private residences with beach access. These range from single story beach houses to Mediterranean and contemporary styled newer construction. The choice is yours.

If you would like to be closer to the action Fort Lauderdale Beach Extension and Las Olas By The Sea offer residences across the street from the sand, facing out to A1A. There is a delightful oceanside community along these side streets offering easy access to the beach, Las Olas and downtown Fort Lauderdale.

Imagine the convenience of beautiful beaches less than a mile away from Fort Lauderdale’s bustling urban center.