Because of Las Olas Beach’s popularity those who want a quieter experience should go earlier in the morning, while those craving something more lively should go in the afternoon and early evening. On the weekends the beach can get wild, especially as there are many bars around.
Along with having a worthwhile beachfront, Las Olas Beach is steps away from great restaurants, bars, galleries and shops. In fact, Las Olas Boulevard is nicknamed the “shoppers’ paradise” due to its wide range of high caliber stores, featuring everything from boutiques to specialty shops to high fashion outlets and beyond. There are about 65 shops in total, as well as 30 restaurants, one historic hotel, two major museums and 10 international art galleries.