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Vacation Rentals, Homes, Condos & Apartments in South Florida

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South Florida is popular primarily for its warm temperatures and Latin or Caribbean culture. Plan a Staycation in Miami Beach or adventures Fishing Trip in the Florida Keys, visit the Palm Beach or Fort Lauderdale Beach area, you can find the perfect vacation in south Florida. We offer many vacation rental homes, condo and apartment rentals, including ones for a large family, for many south Florida destinations.

Things to Do while on Vacation in South Florida?

Places to Play after you leave your Vacation Rental Home.

Visit Downtown Miami and experience the culture and history that makes this city famous. There is always something to do in Downtown Miami. The city boasts world-class museums, a bustling arts center, a buzzing business district, and phenomenal food. With Miami's gorgeous skylines as a backdrop, the view is breathtaking.

South Beach is an iconic destination that boasts colorful art deco buildings, fantastic restaurants, and world-class shopping and nightlife. Visitors can take a stroll down the world-famous Ocean Drive, enjoy brunch at one of the famous cafes, and then sink both feet into the sand on one of Miami Beach’s pristine beaches.

Visit the Florida Keys and vacation in a tropical paradise that offers visitors fun out-door activities for people looking for a high adventure vacation or the peace and tranquility of Florida nature, for those visitors looking for something low-key.

Fort Lauderdale is nicknamed “Venice of America” and is a great place to visit for its arts scene, shopping, and beautiful beaches. You can even take a gondola ride and view lavish oceanfront homes in the area or take a romantic cruise down the New River.

Best Beaches in South Florida

Loggerhead Park – Juno Beach

Plan a visit to Loggerhead Park in Juno Beach and visit Juno Beach Pier , a 990 foot public fishing pier with public fishing access and guided historical tours. The beach has a relaxed vibe which sets it apart from the urban hustle and bustle you find at other South Florida Beaches. One of the most popular things to do at Loggerhead Park is visit Loggerhead Marinelife Center, which is Florida’s most visited nonprofit scientific ocean and sea conservation destination.

Delray Beach

Plan a visit to Delray Beach and experience what locals have coined “the most fun small town in America.” The beach is sugar sand, like the rest of the South Florida Beaches, and the area offers something for everyone. Visit the Wakodahatchee Wetlands, which is a the southern end of the Great Florida Birding Trail, for some of Florida’s best bird and wildlife watching. Or, if you are looking for shopping and dining you can visit Atlantic Avenue, which is known for its antique shops, boutiques, art galleries, and outstanding restaurants.

Pompano Beach

Pompano Beach is dubbed the “heart of the Gold Coast” and is located 35 miles north of Miami. The vibe is low-key, and this South Florida Beach is a favorite for snorkelers and scuba divers because of its gorgeous coral reefs. Visit The Pompano Beach Fishing Village for six-acres of beachfront dining and shopping. Or, If you enjoy fishing, visit the Fisher Family Pier, a 900 feet fishing pier built in the shape of a Pompano fish. Another popular nature destination on Pompano Beach is Butterfly World, which is the world’s largest butterfly park and is home to more than 20,000 butterfly species.

Fort Lauderdale Beach – Fort Lauderdale

Plan a visit to Fort Lauderdale Beach to experience an urban beach setting with a much calmer vibe than its southern neighbor, South Beach. The beach is huge which makes it feel less crowded than many of the Florida urban beach options. Enjoy exceptional boutique shopping on Las Olas boulevard and experience the historic district which is well-known for its great dining experience. Fort Lauderdale Beach has something for everyone, with plenty of activities to choose from like parasailing, snorkeling, boating, jet skiing, and nature hikes.

South Beach – Miami

Plan your visit to South Beach and take a walk down the world-famous Ocean Drive and experience its beautiful art deco buildings, extraordinary restaurants, and, of course, beach access to Florida’s iconic South Beach. South Beach is one of the most popular south Florida beaches because it is where the rich and famous come to play. Located at the southernmost tip of Miami Beach, South Beach is known for its gorgeous white sands and urban beach atmosphere. The area is always hopping. South Beach is the home of some exceptional yearly events including the South Beach Jazz Festival, the Food Network South Beach Wine & Food Festival, and  Carnival Miami the hottest night life in Florida. And Ocean Drive is well-known for its world-class night life.

Crandon Park Beach – Key Biscayne

If you are looking for a beautiful, family-friendly South Florida beach, plan a visit to Crandon Park Beach. Located on Key Biscayne, Crandon Park Beach is 800 acres and was once home of the largest coconut plantation in America. Enjoy a relaxing day basking on the gorgeous beach, or, if you are into water activities you can go snorkeling, kite boarding, paddle boarding, or kayaking. You can also visit the Tennis Center at Crandon Park, which was the home of the Miami Tennis Open for many years.

 

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