Winter months bring snow, sleet, and cold temperatures across much of the United States. This cold weather can keep many of us indoors seeking shelter from the elements. Cabin fever and the winter blues are common side effects of a winter spent stuck inside. Break away from the winter doldrums by visiting Sea Gardens Beach and Tennis Resort to enjoy the white sands of Pompano Beach.

Escape the Winter Blues to Tropical Paradise at Sea Gardens

Cure the Winter Blues with a Dose of Natural Sunlight

Seasonal Affective Disorder

Ever find yourself feeling lethargic, irritable, or down in the dumps during the winter months? If this describes your mood lately, you may have a case of the winter blues, also known as seasonal affective disorder. Research suggests this is a very real issue for many Americans, and one possible treatment is vitamin D.

Light Therapy

Vitamin D is made naturally when skin cells absorb sunlight. Winter does not provide the ideal conditions for obtaining your natural daily dose of vitamin D through sunlight. Therefore, it may be time to schedule a visit to a tropical destination to rejuvenate your mind, body, and soul this winter season.

Sandy Solutions

Whether you’re a snowbird looking for a home away from home or you’re a vacationer looking for your weeklong getaway, Sea Gardens has something for you. Our resort contains 5 communities with unique floor plans and atmospheres to cater to every visitor. Our luxurious amenities and beachside location provide natural light therapy coupled with rest and relaxation. Exciting Fort Lauderdale is just minutes away, offering culture and entertainment.

Let us introduce you to your new favorite vacation destination! Winter can be long and hard if you don’t have respite planned. Your one-stop tropical paradise vacation is waiting for you in sunny Florida. Contact Sea Gardens Beach and Tennis Resort at (954) 943-6200 to reserve your luxury rental and explore timeshare sales to cure the winter blues for good!

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