Fort Lauderdale Beach, Miami
About Fort Lauderdale Beach, Miami
Fort Lauderdale Beach, Miami - Address, Phone Number
Address: Florida A1A, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304, United States
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
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The northwestern segment of Fort Lauderdale is particularly accessible from the left part of the city, associated just by the Cypress Creek Canal as it streams under I-95. This area of Fort Lauderdale outskirts the urban communities of Tamarac and Oakland Park on its south side. The more amazing partition of Fort Lauderdale in the south is flanked, along its north side by Wilton Manors. Off the bank of Fort Lauderdale is the Osborne Reef, a manufactured reef made of disposed tires that has ended up being a natural disaster.
The dumping started in the 1960s, with the purpose to furnish territory for fish while discarding waste from the area. Then again, in the tough and destructive environment of the sea, nylon straps used to secure the tires destroyed, links rusted, and tires broke free.
The tires represented a specific risk in the wake of breaking free from their controls. The tires then moved shoreward and ran into a living reef tract, appeared on its slant and slaughtered numerous things in their way. As of late, many tires have additionally appeared on adjacent sunny shores, particularly throughout sea tempests.
Fort Lauderdale Beach Information
- The beach features a well maintained stretch of seaside vegetation and community blocks. Oakland Park likewise outskirts Fort Lauderdale on the west side of its north-eastern portion.
Fort Lauderdale Beach Ticket Prices
- Entry is free.
How To reach Fort Lauderdale Beach by Public Transport
- Fort Lauderdale Beach
Restaurants Near Fort Lauderdale Beach
- El Carajo
- Fratelli Milano
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One of my favorite beaches. Turtle nesting season coming to a close. Hurricane Irma was disruptive...wreaking havoc on the coral reefs but the beach looked great and the water was incredibly warm! Swimming and Body surfing was a blast!
Beautiful, clean beach! So many shells and scenic picture spots. Loved visiting and enjoying the warm sand and warmer water!
The people who work here are amazing! The location and views are too. Thank God because the hotel itself has a ton of issues. I don't know if I will be back. Have to speak to corporate first. To be continued...
An excellent and beautifully scenic beach with lots of nice shells to pick up on a casual stroll, but be careful coming at night during sea turtle season. The federally licensed personnel there to protect the turtles are very keen on keeping artificial lights off the beach, and can be a little overzealous(read rude). Also, its best to keep your feet off the beach for the sake of the turtles 😁🐢
“Unlike Hollywood beach (calm and quiet), this is very happening beach… recommended.” It's 20-30 mins drive from Miami Beach. Beach is really beautiful. Wide shore. White sand. Calm and peace. Soothing waves... You can go deep down in the water. less crowd- scenic beauty. Palm trees at the beach making it more beautiful. Perfect picture scene. (Miami is known for this, correct?) Water is clear and looks greenish under sunlight making it desirable. Water sports are also there. You can book in advance taking the whole package. That would be cheaper. Shower facility is there at the beach and its clean. Beautiful pavement/restaurant nearby beach/ white sand/ big hotels/ palm trees - these all make this beach is so mesmerizing Don’t forget to take pics besides "you were here" frame.
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