The north to south waterway winding through South Florida (and beyond) offers countless boating, sightseeing and waterfront dock and dining opportunities. Ask Jason about Intracoastal facing homes.
Tour the historical lighthouse with guided tours and access the ocean via the Hillsboro Inlet, which connects the Intracoastal Waterway to the Atlantic Ocean. Popular ocean access point for local fishing tour vessels.
The pier measures almost 900 feet in length with the ability for patrons to sight-see and/or fish. The end of the pier is also built in the shape of a Pompano Fish and it's also known as the Fisher Family Pier.
Minutes away from the iconic Broward Center for the Performing Arts and The Parker - Two unique venues which boast an impressive year-round schedule of concerts, shows and countless entertainment.
Walk to Las Olas Boulevard - The heart of Fort Lauderdale's business, dining, shopping and entertainment. Low-key breakfast, high energy brunch or casual dining, there's something for everyone on Las Olas.
The Seminole Hard Rock Casino & Guitar Hotel is a bustling gaming, dining and entertainment destination open 24/7/365 and features multiple resort style pools and a spectacular evening light show seen from miles away.
Enjoy a scenic drive, run or bicycle-ride to the world famous Fort Lauderdale Beach where you can enjoy dining, bar hopping, shopping, watersports, people watching, sand volleyball, music festivals and more.
Just minutes from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport and the cruise ship terminals at Port Everglades. The ultimate in convenience when it comes to traveling out of town, especially for frequent travelers.
Fort Lauderdale is also home to a variety of museums and parks of all kinds, various ways to explore the waterways such as the Water Trolley, Water Taxi and Jungle Queen, sightseeing tours, waterfront dining and more.