Fort Lauderdale Vacation Rentals
| Daily: 109
| Weekly: 650
| Monthly: 2100
***Check out our new low low in-season rates, starting at just $109/night, $650/week for our 1 bedroom property.
FTL Vacation Rental i...
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| Weekly: 499
| Monthly: 1200
Walk to the secluded beach from this charming efficiency. Convenient to scuba diving, deep sea fishing, restaurants and entertainm...
| Daily: 114-141
| Weekly: 650
| Monthly: 1950
Opened in Jan. 2005, this Old Florida style six-unit property is two short blocks from the award-winning Pompano Beach oceanfront, just north of Ft. Lauderdale<...
| Weekly: 1500
We offer a fantastic 3 bedroom villa that sleeps a party of seven.
Tarpon Bay is directly on the intracoastal waterway. The property
is a private home not a ...
| Weekly: 700
Week on the beach in Ft Lauderdale. Resort is situated on a narrow strip of land between the Intracoastal Waterway and the Atlantic Ocean, in the heart of ...
| Weekly: 2850
We are pleased to offer a luxurious six bedroom four bath villa located On a point lot on the world famous Lauderdale intracoastal waterway just off the beach .The costar...
| Daily: 88.00
| Weekly: 500
| Monthly: 1500
"Cottages by the Ocean" is a small, well-kept property of enchanting Key West-style studio cottages.
We are a FLA USA partner, and achieve...
Located in Southern Florida, Fort Lauderdale is a city with an intricately designed canal system. This very canal system has garnered this city the nickname, “Venice of America.” This city is seated on the Atlantic coast, where the beaches are as active as the city itself.
This city calls itself the yachting capital of the world. It’s home to more than 42,000 watercrafts, some of which are considered homes. Because of the many yachts used in this city, it’s no surprise that daily charters are available for tourists. You could book a charter for a sightseeing cruise.
You could also take to walking and explore the many museums and parks this city has to offer. This particular city is home to the International Swimming Hall of Fame, located on the beach itself. Here, you can learn about those who have distinguished themselves in sports such as water polo and synchronized swimming. It’s a point of interest for the aquatic enthusiast.
Also located in Fort Lauderdale is the Hugh Taylor Birch State Park, where many outdoor activities are available for your leisure. Here, you can hike along the many nature trails and enjoy a picnic, or canoe around the park.
Fort Lauderdale is the perfect place for any age group looking to get away and enjoy the sun, sand, and the view of the Atlantic along the Florida’s Gold Coast.