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South East Florida Beaches

You can expect to find many beautiful state parks and public beaches on the South East Coast of Florida.

Light brown sand, crystal clear blue water and beaming sunshine.

The Atlantic Ocean provides great waves so surfers are abound.

The Beaches of South East Florida:

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South East Florida
Boca Raton
Calls itself “A city for all seasons” and it certainly is because the weather is always warm, sunny and inviting.

Snorkel the caves at South Inlet Park.

Boynton Beach
Boynton's main beach, Oceanfront Park, is located at 6415 North Ocean Blvd., approximately 1/4 mile north of Ocean Avenue on State Road A1A. The facility is open seven days a week, 365 days a year and is manned by trained and experienced lifeguards from 9:00 a.m. to 5:15 p.m..

Clean and well-maintained with separate barbecue and picnic area, concessions and rest rooms (unlike Palm Beach). Open seven days a week with certified lifeguards on duty all year round.

Dania Beach
Dania Beach's famous fishing Pier is open to the public daily. The Pier Restaurant is available for lunch and dinner.

New chickee huts and bathrooms have been added in addition to the widening of the beach.

Deerfield Beach
Come visit our award winning "Blue Wave" beach. The City of Deerfield Beach has earned this award designation from the Clean Beach Council, based on specific criteria, which include excellence in water quality, beach conditions, safety services, public information and habitat conservation.

Surfing is permitted on the north side of the pier and south of tower #9. Sand volleyball courts and recreational areas are located on the north side of the pier. Dogs and alcoholic beverages are prohibited.

Delray Beach
Touting some of the best beaches in the United States, Delray Beach attracts beachgoers from near and far to its stunning coastline.

Aside from soaking up the sun and splashing in the waves, the beach is the perfect place to toss a football around or play a friendly game of volleyball.

Fort Lauderdale
Your next getaway can be as awe-inspiring as miles of blue waterways, as inviting as soft golden sands and as soothing as gentle ocean breezes. If your next getaway is in Greater Fort Lauderdale, that is.

Take a glance at our diverse hotels, arts and entertainment on Hollywood Beach and at Downtown Riverwalk, diving from Deerfield to Hallandale Beach, a world of golf and more. The more you do, the more you’ll marvel.

Hallandale Beach
Hallandale Beach is conveniently located between Fort Lauderdale and Miami, next to Aventura with access to the Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood and Miami International airports, Port Everglades, Port of Miami, and I-95.

Visitors as well as residents can enjoy beautiful beaches, exciting par-mutual wagering, and comfortable hotels. Two of South Florida premiere race tracks are located in Hallandale Beach:

Haulover Beach
America’s Best Clothing Optional Beach. Haulover Beach Park contains one of south Florida’s most beautiful clothing optional beaches–a 0.4 mile stretch of beach on the northern portion that draws people from all walks of life, from other states, Canada and a variety of other countries.

Nestled between the Intercoastal Waterway and the Atlantic Ocean, it has pristine white sand shores, open ocean surf, various shaded picnic facilities, beautifully landscaped sand dunes, and concession stands. The beach is ideal for surfing as well as swimming.

Highland Beach
The Town of Highland Beach is located in the southern portion of eastern Palm Beach County, which is in the southeastern part of the State of Florida. The Town encompasses 0.6 square miles and is bounded on the north and northwest by the City of Delray Beach and on the south and southwest by the City of Boca Raton.

The Atlantic Ocean lies adjacent to the Town on the east and the Intracoastal Waterway lies to the west. The Town’s “main street” is a beautiful tree-lined stretch of Florida’s state road A1A.

Hillsboro Beach
Called "Millionaire Mile", this beach, like a lot of Southeast Florida has an intriguing mix of “exclusive” ambiance with a classy, comfortable feel.

Visit the 1907 lighthouse.

Hollywood Beach
Nestled between Fort Lauderdale and Miami is Hollywood, a classic Florida beachtown that's enchanted visitors since the 1920s. Hollywood Beach features a one-of-a-kind oceanfront promenade called the Hollywood Beach Broadwalk that stretches nearly two and a half miles along the Atlantic.

Named one of America's Best Beach Boardwalks by Travel + Leisure magazine, this brick-paved thoroughfare is a haven for joggers, bicyclists, roller-bladers and all who'd prefer to take in the action from the comfort of one of the countless eateries and cafés along the way.

Juno Beach
Juno Beach is a quiet oceanfront community with a small-town atmosphere tucked neatly between the Atlantic Ocean and the Intracoastal Waterway.

The location makes it ideal for a vacation or retirement retreat as well as a permanent home. Juno Beach is located on a barrier island along the Atlantic coastal ridge just north of West Palm Beach.

Nestled among the Intracoastal Waterway, beautiful Jupiter Inlet, and the wild and scenic Loxahatchee River, Jupiter is known for its pristine waterways.

But as Jupiter grew, there were concerns that private development would quickly eliminate public waterfront access, and thus the concept of the Riverwalk was born.

Miami Beach
Miami beaches consistently receive accolades in national surveys.

Area Miami beaches have been recognized as top picks for recreation and families, and have been ranked among the best beaches by USA Today, Travel Channel and Surfrider Foundation.

North Palm Beach
With such assets as warm weather, sunshine, golf, ocean fishing, boating, sandy beaches and balmy breezes.

The Village has much to offer enthusiastic people who are raising families or are looking to retire.

Palm Beach
Explore our cultural venues and sample some of our 2,000 restaurants. Enjoy sporting activities, like golfing on courses in the glistening tropical sun and sport fishing on the Gulf Stream. Soak up the sun on our 47 miles of picturesque beaches, and hike the wilds of our breathtaking natural reserves.

Window shop along Worth Avenue in Palm Beach. Dance to the nightlife of Atlantic Avenue in Delray Beach.

Palm Beach Shores
Palm Beach Shores is located on the southern tip of Singer Island in Palm Beach County, Florida.

It is bounded by the Atlantic Ocean on the east, Lake Worth on the west and Lake Worth Inlet on the south.

Pompano Beach
Located in the heart of Florida's Gold Coast the City of Pompano Beach is the year round home to 104,402 residents. During season (September through March) the number swells to nearly 150,000 as part-time residents from more inclement environments join us for "fun in the sun".

As the name implies (Pompano - a species of in-shore -tropical game fish) the fun includes some of the world's best sport fishing.

Sunny Isles
Sunny Isles Beach, the City of Sun and Sea, is located on a barrier island in the northeast corner of Miami-Dade County, bounded by the Atlantic Ocean on the east and the Intracoastal Waterway on the west.

Golden Beach lies to the north, Bal Harbour and Haulover Park are immediately to the south.

West Palm Beach
West Palm Beach is a city of unsurpassed beauty.

From our sub-tropical waterfront location, vibrant downtown for shopping, exciting dining experiences, world-class arts and entertainment venues, to our inviting historic neighborhoods, positive business climate.