Here in The Palm Beaches, our communities range from cities bursting with vibrant nightlife and prime shopping to natural areas meant for hiking, biking, birding – and hitting the beach. We've got quaint villages rich in history, elegant resort areas boasting golf and spas, and charming neighbourhoods right on the water.
For those that love to play in the sun, this is where you’ll find the most adventuresome things to do in Florida. Start the day watching the sun rise out of the Atlantic from peaceful Delray Beach atop of your stand-up paddleboard. For some real adventure, get up close to gators on a Florida Everglades airboat tour with Airboat Rides West Palm Beach, or come face to face with moray eels while diving at Blue Heron Bridge, one of Florida’s best SCUBA diving sites. And no Florida getaway is complete without a round of golf in The Palm Beaches at one of more than 160 golf courses in Florida’s Golf Capital.
Sunrise to sunset, there’s so much to see.
For those that love to play in the sun, this is where you’ll find the most adventuresome things to do in Florida. Start the day watching the sun rise out of the Atlantic from peaceful Delray Beach atop your stand-up paddleboard.
From small towns tucked into natural landscapes to the bustle of coastal cities, The Palm Beaches have a special place for everyone. 39 Florida cities, towns and villages make up The Palm Beaches, each with its own distinct personality.
Dining in The Palm Beaches makes every meal a special occasion: Arrive by boat or by car at Guanabanas in Jupiter and savor this fresh Florida seafood restaurant surrounded by palm trees, complete with thatched tiki hut. Meals are served with live music and diners are treated to 100% outdoor waterfront dining on the Intracoastal.
Stroll out of your ocean-view room, fresh cup of locally roasted coffee in hand, gaze past the palm-tree-shaded pool and out onto the combed beach to watch the sun rise over the Atlantic Ocean. This serene experience has been happening for more than a century at Florida beach hotels in The Palm Beaches, “America’s First Resort Destination.”