Yellow Magazine

South Florida is known for it's beaches and there are a few that are worth visiting; which to visit will depend on where you are staying, how far you want to travel, and what vibe you are feeling at that time. The information below is from the Yellow Magazine which are those free ones that you get in the back of taxi cab's.

Fort Lauderdale Beach

The City of Fort Lauderdale boasts more than seven miles of sparkling beaches that offer residents and visitors premier opportunities for recreation, relaxation, and enjoyment. The City's award-winning wave wall and signature beachfront promenade highlight Fort Lauderdale's world famous coastline, which is punctuated by an array of shops, restaurants, sidewalk cafes and entertainment venues. Fort Lauderdale Beach is home to the Las Olas Marina and Fort Lauderdale Aquatics Center, as well as major events, including the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show and July 4th family Celebration. If relaxation is what you desire, simply sit back, unwind and enjoy breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean.


Situated between the Atlantic Ocean and Intracoastal Waterway, this charming seaside village is popular with residents and tourists from all over the world, many of whom frequent Anglin's Pier, o ne of just four piers in Broward County. Lauderdale-By-The-Sea, known as the Shore Dive capital of South Florida, also offers great diving on coral reefs found just 100 yards off the beach.

Dania Beach

As Boward County's first city, Dania Beach is both rich with history and ready for the future. Dania Beach mixes the accessibility, charm, and friendliness of small-town living with immediate access to everything a large, thriving metropolis has to offer. Dania Beach is home to world-class entertainment facilities such as Dania Jai Alai, the international Fishing hall of Fame and Museum, Bass Pro Shops, and the Pier Restaurant. Historic yet undiscovered!

Hollywood Beach

Seven miles of certified blue wave beach offer cycling, skating, nature trails, beach volleyball, jet skiing, windsurfing, oceanfront dining, beachside bars, outdoor concerts, sailing, 5K runs, world-class cuisine, parades, festivals, turtle nesting, fishing, street performers, canoeing, racquetball, parasailing, snorkeling and diving. It has Flora's only oceanfront "Boardwalk", offering 2.5 mils of beach-front dining nestled between the sane and restaurants. Hollywood Beach, recognized by the Clean Beaches Council as one of the country's cleanest, safest, and more user-friendly beaches was listed as on of Travelocity's "Top Ten Action Beaches", packed with everything you will ever need to kick up your vacation!

Deerfield Beach

This hidden treasure is located in the most northeastern corner of Broward County contiguous to the Atlantic Ocean. Best known for having the most outstanding beach, as voted by Boca Raton and Boward residents, Deerfield Beach recently upgraded its ocean walkway receiving rave reviews from visitors and residents alike. Deerfield Beach has a fine parks system to complement its beach and Deerfield Beach is home to quiet Waters Park, a county reginal park known for fine camping accommodations as well as a "wet wave" recreational park.

Pompano Beach

Pompano Beach offers miles of beautiful sand lapped by the warm waters of the Gulf Stream. The beach patrol consists of highly trained men and woman who watch our public beach 365 days per year. Here you can kick back, watch the surf, enjoy some of the world's best sport fishing or look for the Goodyear Blimp that calls Pompano Beach its home. Golfers find living or vacationing in Pompano Beach a dream come true, with some of the world's most beautiful and challenging links just a short drive away. If your "fun" is spectator oriented, our city offers harness racing and gaming at the world famous Isle Casino and Racing at Pompano Park. Pompano Beach is proud to have received the 2005 All-American city Award as well as the Blue Wave Beach designation.