With 23 miles of sun-kissed beaches there are golden sands as far as the eyes can see. The deep blue ocean glistening under the bright sunny days calls to all the visitors enjoying the area. With average temperatures in the mid 70s visiting Fort Lauderdale in January will leave you with an abundance of visually breathtaking memories. A myriad of activities awaits you. Fort Lauderdale is home to over 3,500 restaurants from quaint to chic from seafood to Caribbean fare. The world is on your plate. Come see Las Olas Boulevard brimming with luxurious and unique boutiques, delicious and inviting sidewalk cafes and bistros. The Arts and Entertainment district in downtown Fort Lauderdale houses the Broward Center for the Performing Arts, Stranahan House, the Museum of Discovery and Science, the Museum of Art, and the Blockbuster 3D IMAX Theater. Shopping at Sawgrass Mills Mall, the 2nd most visited attraction in Florida, is an excursion of its own. From endless holes of golf, miles of trails for hiking and biking, and beautiful waters to enjoy swimming, snorkeling, diving or fishing, everyone will find something that piques their interest in our magnificent city.