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Pompano Beach beach vacation rentals

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Cozy unit across the street from beach
Come, have fun and relax in our cozy apartment across the street from the beach and within walking distance from parks, recreational areas,and fishing pier. Blocks away from marina, boat, rentals and water sports. Stay in, cook and enjoy a fully equipt renovated kitchen. Perfect for extended stays. When stepping to the beach don’t forget to grab one of our beach towels or beach umbrella. Kick back on the sofa have fun with some table games or play on our gaming console. MI CASA SU CASA
$96 per night
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Two blocks from Beach - Walk to the water!
This beach hacienda is romantic, secluded, and close to the water! Just two short blocks away from the sand, and far enough from the main road so as to ensure quiet and privacy. If you're looking for a fun getaway, or a comfortable business trip, you can't do much better than this! The home is freshly renovated, and new to Airbnb. The intracoastal, boardwalk, brewery and restaurants are all within very short walking distance. Enjoy an island getaway, here in Sunny Pompano Beach Florida.
$71 per night
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Studio on Pompano Beach two blocks from the Ocean
Newly remodeled chic private apartment within walking distance to beach you can't do better than this! Located on a barrier island North of the Fort Lauderdale border, this unit is a short two block walk to the sand. If you're looking for activities, we have plenty! There is a large nearby park, as well as intracoastal water access. Whether it's SCUBA, kitesurfing, sailing or drinking margaritas - you'll find plenty of ways to escape, and enjoy a nice day in the Florida sun.
$64 per night

Stay near Pompano Beach's top sights

Beach House134 locals recommend
Butterfly World313 locals recommend
Walmart Supercenter20 locals recommend
Costco Wholesale43 locals recommend
Whole Foods Market75 locals recommend
Fort Lauderdale Marriott Pompano Beach Resort & Spa5 locals recommend

Pompano Beach vacation rentals

Hotel room in Pompano Beach
Elegant Remodeled Beach Hotel - 12
$79 per night
Guest suite in Pompano Beach
Modern Private Studio Near Beach
$88 per night
Rental unit in Pompano Beach
1 Bed Bungalow w/ Private Jacuzzi and Luxury Pool
$129 per night
Rental unit in Pompano Beach
Sea Jewel (B3)
$99 per night

Beach house rentals in Pompano Beach

Home in Lake Ridge
Beautiful Private Beach Studio
$70 per night
Home in Victoria Park
700 Home Private Pool: 2 Bed/1 Bath- Victoria Park
$226 per night
Home in Poinsettia Heights
No Xtra fees, 1 BedRoom w/ Parking & Pvt. Entrance
$106 per night
Home in Pompano Beach
Sun House - Ultimate Getaway
$195 per night

Beach condo rentals in Pompano Beach

Condo in Pompano Beach
International Sand Dollar- SAVOR YOUR AMAZING VIEW
$83 per night
Condo in Pompano Beach
Beach Condo - Steps from OCEAN
$107 per night
Condo in Pompano Beach
Beach Studio
$112 per night
Condo in Pompano Beach
Beach and Ocean - International Studio 209
$72 per night

Your guide to Pompano Beach

Welcome to Pompano Beach

Located between Miami and Palm Beach, this quiet coastal town invites visitors to explore the vast underwater world that exists just off its shores. A living coral reef, the waters of the Gulf Stream, and the ample fish — including the one in which the city took its name — make this southeastern Florida spot an aquatic playground. Even the city’s land-based amenities cater to its maritime identity: The town centers on a giant fishing pier in the shape of a pompano, from which locals cast for snapper and mackerel. Beyond that you’ll find three miles of pristine golden-sand beaches packed with sunbathers, swimmers, and paddle boarders.

The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Pompano Beach

Winter and spring make up the dry season in Pompano Beach, but the latter adds the benefit of pleasantly warmer weather. Spring welcomes the town’s two major annual events, both extremely fitting for a place named after a fish: April’s seafood festival, which features live music and art as well as food, and May’s Pompano Beach Fishing Rodeo, a tournament that began in 1965. But with 240 days of annual sunshine and plenty of beachfront for jumping in the ocean to cool off, the town is a good destination throughout the year. As always when you’re on vacation in Florida, make sure to keep an eye on hurricane warnings in the late summer and early fall.

Top things to do in Pompano Beach

Pompano Drop-Off

The area’s many reefs keep scuba divers and snorkelers busy for days on end. Any local with a pair of flippers will offer up their favorite diving spots, but the Drop-Off is a great place to start your exploration of Pompano Beach’s numerous and colorful underwater flora and fauna. Though you could probably swim to it from shore, it’s best to reach the Drop-Off by boat. This allows you to save your energy for peeping all of the sharks, angelfish, and turtles hanging out beneath.

Fisher Family Pier

This nearly 1,000-foot-long, new pier in the heart of Pompano Beach ends adorably in the shape of the city’s namesake fish. Partially shaded, the pier offers plenty of space for local anglers to drop their lines, day-trippers to wander about, and local seabirds to land.

Shipwreck Park

Pompano Beach is often called the shipwreck capital of South Florida, with more than a dozen sunken ships on the seafloor creating a paradise for divers. With the old vessels and the new project of Shipwreck Park by the county, diving here weaves history, art, and a sense of whimsy into the natural underwater world. Among the favorites for divers to explore are a steamer that’s more than a century old and a tanker that’s been transformed into an underwater casino.

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