Pompano Beach, FL
Updated: Jan 13, 2022
Pompano Beach has over 110,000 residents and is on the Southeast coast of Florida in Broward County. Pompano Beach has experienced a revival that is vibrant and sophisticated with a beautiful three mile stretch of shoreline. The shoreline has restored dunes and tree shaded playgrounds and exercise areas.
Pompano Beach gets its name from the Pompano, a species of inshore tropical game fish that swim near the shore in warm waters. Fun Fact; also known as Sunfish.
It is easy to enjoy the beach and sun in Pompano. There are many amenities on the beach; walking/running paths, picnic pagodas, fitness equipment, playgrounds with interactive water fountains. Enjoy taking a stroll on the new pier or watching the morning sunrise.
Regardless of what you want to do, Pompano Beach has it. From swimming in the clear ocean to golfing. Want something more adventurous? Pompano Beach has it. Charter a fishing boat at the Hillsborough Inlet or take a water taxi. Try paddle boarding, surfing, kite surfing, and diving. Pompano Beach is the “wreck capital” of South Florida with 18 wrecks to explore. In particular, the Lady Luck wreck includes a casino themed deck with giant dice and poker table. Spending time on the water is easy to do.
Whether you are looking to dock your boat or be close to the ocean, Pompano Beach has a wide variety of single family homes and condos. There are many new highrises that offer beautiful views of the ocean and/or the Intercoastal Waterway. Pompano Beach homes are charming and affordable compared to the neighboring towns.