Lake Worth Beach
You’re in good sands…
The moment you take your socks off, you’re free. Warm your toes in Greater Fort Lauderdale’s 23 miles of sunkissed beaches – an easy walk from many hotels, restaurants and activities. Experience a sunny state of mind.With its makeover from a college student Mecca to a tonier clientele complete, Fort Lauderdale has been transformed into a beach chic destination.
From Lauderdale luxe properties dotting the beachfront skyline to Las Olas Boulevard for casually chic shopping and dining scene, Fort Lauderdale Beach has some of the best people-watching in South Florida. And don’t forget to stroll, jog, or blade along the palm tree-fringed, brick-lined beachfront promenade. Fort Lauderdale is a city on Florida’s southeastern coast, known for its beaches and miles of boating canals. The Strip is a popular promenade running along oceanside highway A1A. Once the site of raucous spring break parties, the Strip is now lined in upscale outdoor restaurants, bars, boutiques and luxury hotels. Port Everglades, in nearby Hollywood, is among the world’s busiest cruise terminals. Lauderdale is famous for its beaches, arts, culture and events. From shopping on Las Olas Boulevard, to gondola rides on the canals, to a historic riverfront. Just two miles north of Port Everglades, you can experience a landscaped beachfront promenade, with its signature white wave wall and brick paved path. Across the street, visit luxury hotels, and enjoy shopping or dining or a narrated 90-minute amphibious tour of quaint Las Olas Boulevard, historical districts, and the mansions and yachts dotting Millionaires Row.
… rave about the blue wave certified beaches
Whether on the beach or in the waves, you’ll find amazing ways to play, explore and relax at Greater Fort Lauderdale’s top beaches. Play beach volleyball, fly a kite, or just stretch out on lounge chairs and enjoy the Atlantic Ocean breeze in your hair. Outdoorsy types have plenty to do, and there are plenty of places to get equipped. Maybe you love JetSkiing or you’ve always wanted to try surfing. All you need are flippers and snorkel to explore the underwater world just off the shore. Coral reefs, shipwrecks, high visibility and pleasant water temperatures make Greater Fort Lauderdale a spectacular snorkeling and diving destination. And with several shore diving spots, certified divers can literally walk in and hang out with sea turtles, nurse sharks, angelfish and other sea life. Visit a lighthouse. Go fishing from a pier. Watch the sunrise over the blue horizon. Whatever you do, you’ll discover beach bliss in Greater Fort Lauderdale.
LAKE WORTH BEACH/ PALM BEACH
Enjoy the the ambiance of an “old Florida city” that has come alive with a new sparkle!
Lake Worth is a city in Palm Beach County, Florida, United States, which takes its name from the body of water along its eastern border, originally called “Lake Worth”, and now generally known as the Lake Worth Lagoon. This vibrant downtown area is best described as colorful, artistic and bohemian. Along its two main streets, Lake Avenue and Lucerne Avenue, visitors can meander through the eclectic mix of shops, restaurants, art galleries, music venues and unique specialty shops. It is also home to over 1,000 historic cottages. It’s the largest concentration of cottages anywhere in Florida! Located adjacent to the downtown Lake Worth area, the city’s quaint cottages are painted in whimsical pastels and draped by a beautiful canopy of trees. Offering many restaurants from quaint water-front dining with live entertainment to upscale gourmet restaurants, beautiful, endless beaches, a new fishing pier, historic buildings, a close by outlet-mall, a revitalized downtown with an eclectic mix of antique stores, specialty shops, art galleries, music venues and special events, numerous golf courses … Lake Worth Lagoon has it all!
A youthful place, yet historic!
Where the power of potential turns every day into a blank canvas. Lake Worth has become a center for the finest visual arts, experimental music, dance, and theater groups, and its exuberance is reflected in the many locally-owned boutiques, art galleries, and public art forms that dot the streets downtown. One thing not to miss is the annual Street Painting Festival where colorful murals fill the avenues. This isn’t just a lifestyle. It’s an art form.