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Aerial view of Fort Lauderdale Beach


Fort Lauderdale offers tranquil tropical weather, golden sand beaches, award-winning restaurants, leisure activities and entertainment second to none. With over 300 miles of inland waterways and more yacht services than anywhere else in the world, Ft. Lauderdale is appropriately titled “The Yachting Capital of the World.”

Aerial view of Fort Lauderdale Beach
Ground view of Fort Lauderdale beach

A True Gem


Situated along three miles of golden sand and sparkling turquoise waters, Fort Lauderdale Beach is marked by the City’s Wave wall. A flowing, swirling wall that extends along our brick paved promenade, you’ll find pillar framed entrances to our world-famous beach.

Experience the beach’s most popular activities, like diving, snorkeling, swimming, fishing, and, of course, sandcastle building. A vast array of unique restaurants, outdoor cafes and vibrant nightlife beckon you as well.  You’ll find just the tastes you are looking for with a stunning ocean view.

Fun & Flavor


The Galleria at Fort Lauderdale is one of South Florida’s premier shopping destinations with more than 100 fashion retailers as well as popular stores, including Apple, Banana republic, Michael Kors, and Williams-Sonoma. You can also indulge in their popular dining establishments such as Cooper’s Hawk Winery and Restaurants, Seasons 52, and The Capital Grille.

The Galleria at Fort Lauderdale
Las Olas Boulevard shops

Las Olas Boulevard Offers


Stroll, people watch, sip a latte at an outdoor cafe or shop the chic boutiques along Las Olas Boulevard, a sophisticated mile of fashion, art and sidewalk cafes. Stop by the Stranahan House, a preserved 1900s house furnished with antiques of the era. Join the party, a “Cycle Party” and go on a foodie tour of Las Olas Boulevard on a quadracycle. Or “follow the red brick road” of Riverwalk, the landscaped park, to the Arts & Entertainment District.

Riverwalk Arts & Entertainment District Offers


Located along the New River offering an array of exciting entertainment options with world-class concerts, events, unique galleries and dining — Broward Center for the Performing Arts, Florida Grand Opera, Fort Lauderdale History Center, and the NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale. The 22-block district includes Las Olas Boulevard for fashion, dining and nightlife.

Aerial view of riverwalk and entertainment district
Casino in Fort Lauderdale

Greater Fort Lauderdale Offers


When the sun goes down in Greater Fort Lauderdale, the gaming tables heat up. From blackjack and poker to thoroughbred racetracks and jai-alai courts, Greater Fort Lauderdale offers high-stakes, high-energy action 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Add in slots, harness racing, baccarat, pai gow, and dozens of other table games—as well as drinks, dancing, and entertainment—and it’s clear that Greater Fort Lauderdale’s casinos are a can’t-lose proposition.

Greater Fort Lauderdale Offers


Greater Fort Lauderdale’s year-round sunshine, warmth, and access to the water makes it a sportsman’s paradise. Spectators can watch professional and Division I college sports teams like the Florida Panthers and Miami Dolphins. Often within an errant tee shot of the waterfront are many of Greater Fort Lauderdale’s famous golf courses, designed by such renowned architects as Robert Trent Jones and Tom Fazio. With warm weather for year-round play, golf is as can’t-miss as that 2-foot putt for birdie.

Sports and outdoor recreation in Fort Lauderdale