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Caps Place is the oldest restaurant in Broward County. (Photo: Bonnie Gross)

Cap’s Place: Historic South Florida restaurant is like a time capsule

It’s the oldest continuously operating restaurant in Broward County, and, thankfully, nothing has changed in years. It’s a rustic old wooden shack now surrounded by mansions and yachts. History and atmosphere make it worth the splurgy prices — and the food is good.

Hillsboro Lighthouse seen from the inlet

Visit Hillsboro Lighthouse for boat ride, Florida history & great view

A trip to Hillsboro lighthouse, a historic and romantic landmark in Broward County, is a fun day trip because you arrive by ferry boat.

Broward’s ‘natural’ beach: John U. Lloyd (now Mizell-Johnson State Park)

Broward’s ‘natural’ beach: John U. Lloyd (now Mizell-Johnson State Park)

If you like your beaches lined with sea oats and sea grape trees instead of concrete and cars, then John U. Lloyd is your beach in Broward County. With a 2.5 mile ribbon of sand, the park gives visitors room to have a piece of the beach all to themselves.