With the upcoming arrival of spring break, many people will likely be descending upon South Florida to enjoy the warm weather, the beaches, and a potentially much-needed vacation. With the various circumstances going on, however, cities like Miami Beach and Fort Lauderdale are both implementing rules and safety guidelines so that all “spring breakers” can enjoy the experience as safely as possible.
In Fort Lauderdale, for example, the ultra-popular A1A that runs parallel to the beach is undergoing some changes. For starters, ridesharing will be prohibited and anyone caught violating this risks receiving a citation. Instead, there will be a designated pickup and drop-off area set to be located at Las Olas Oceanside Park, itself located at 3000 East Las Olas Boulevard. Barricades will also be used to encourage social distancing.
Over in Miami Beach, the beach will be accessible from 7 am to 7 pm and there will be no coolers, inflatables, alcohol, tents, or tables permitted on the beach. All sidewalk cafes must close by midnight. Furthermore, after 10 p.m., all box liquor sales will end across the entire city.
If you’d like to spend spring break or the upcoming summer in South Florida, we’re ready to help you enjoy a perfect vacation. Contact us today.
This update is by SoFLA Vacations. We are a South Florida vacation rentals company, and we have lived the unique South Florida experience our entire lives. Our commitment is to make your vacation or business trip to Greater Miami or the Florida Keys special, affordable, and unforgettable. In addition to vacation rentals, we also offer property management, sales, and marketing services to vacation rental property owners. For more information on South Florida vacation rental properties, including Miami Beach vacation rentals, please call 786-545-2204.