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This idyllic town is just what you need to get away from the hustle and bustle of our urban community. It's just a few miles away from either Miami-Dade
Maybe you’ve never visited the SS Copenhagen an underwater gem of the town that is in only 25 feet of water making it ideal for both snorkelers and divers. Rarely is a wreck in such shallow waters and this one’s a jewel that’s on the National Register of Historic Places and just a short ride from the Hillsboro Inlet.
“The SS Copenhagen is the most visited attraction in our area with 10,000 visitors a year,” said Steve d’Oliveira, public information officer for the Town
However, if you prefer to stay put LBTS is known for great snorkeling right off the beach. The snorkel trail located off
If spending the day or evening fishing for a good catch is an ideal day for you, Anglin’s Pier at LBTS is something you can do 24 hours a day, making it a fun staycation idea. Grab a fishing rod and wile away the time looking out on the water and hoping for a bite, or two and a fresh caught dinner.
Perhaps something as simple as enjoying the summer breeze on an early evening while sitting at Anglin’s Square could be part of a restful long weekend.
Take in the soothing ocean view from either a colorful
Another bonus for a LBTS staycation, you can park your car and easily walk to any of the amenities the town has to offer. If you haven’t already tried it, use the Pelican Hopper to get around. It’s a great way to explore the town and hop on an off at different stops along the way and it’s free! Did you know LBTS is home to many historic Miami Modern style (or MIMO) architectural buildings? We encourage visitors from the tri-county area to discover these structures from the 1950s and 1960s.
Take the stress out of planning a vacation and plan a staycation instead and truly experience what’s in your own backyard– Relax… you’re here.