With warm, sunny weather year-round, is there any wonder why we’ve called this place home for so long? Aptly named the “Venice of America” and yachting capital of the world, Greater Fort Lauderdale boasts 23 miles of sandy Atlantic beaches and more than 300 miles of Intracoastal Waterways and navigable inland canals. In short? This is a water-lover’s paradise. But if you prefer to keep your legs firmly on land, there’s still so much that this South Florida area has to offer. Dive into a lively arts and culture scene with galleries, museums and performing arts venues that attract renowned shows and performers from all over the world. Or grab your friends for a stop by the famous Las Olas Boulevard where you can enjoy a popular mix of regional and international shopping and dining. By evening, downtown’s newest neighborhoods including Himmarshee Village, Fat Village, and Flagler Village come to life with exciting events, dining and bar scenes. Home to 31 dynamic cities and municipalities, whatever fun adventure calls your name, you’re sure to find it in Greater Fort Lauderdale.