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Pembroke Pines is one of a network of cities in the south of Florida, where sun-seekers come to enjoy luxury and leisure with quick access to both the coastline and the Everglades. If you’re staying in Pembroke Pines, you’ll find several golf clubs for days teeing off beneath near-guaranteed sun. A number of sleek malls tempt you to spend the day in the shops, while water parks offer a fun place to cool off.

Use Pembroke Pines as your base for visiting the rest of Southern Florida. Rent a car through Orbitz, and everything from swamps to cities opens up to you.

Pembroke Pines and beyond: Soak up the sun

Once you’ve explored Pembroke Pines, get back in your rental car. These three world-famous destinations are on your doorstep.

Everglades National Park

The Everglades National Park is one of the country’s most beguiling, unusual national parks, covering thousands of acres of wetlands that stretch into the horizon. Pembroke Pines ends at the edge of the Everglades, but drive south a short distance to reach the highway that cuts through the heart of the park. Along the road you’ll find several tour operators who offer airboat rides into the swamps.

Journey time: Around 35 minutes

Distance: Approximately 30 miles


Miami has almost become synonymous with cool, thanks to its pastel-hued Art Deco architecture, its palm tree-lined avenues, and its dazzling array of different cultures. Its artistic scene is booming, so don’t miss the opportunity to see attractions such as the Pérez Art Museum, the Wolfsonian, or the mural-covered walls of the Wynwood district.

Journey time: Around 30 minutes

Distance: Approximately 25 miles

The Florida Keys

The Florida Keys are a string of islands that bend into the Gulf of Mexico, all connected by one road. Key Largo, your starting point, is a popular spot for scuba diving, with a large reef just off the coast. Key West, at the end of the island chain, is famed for its progressive population and its literary history. Follow in the footsteps of Ernest Hemingway and watch the sun set over the calm gulf waters.

Journey time: Around 1 hour 20 minutes

Distance: Approximately 75 miles