Discover The Palm Beaches and Boca Raton, an exciting collection of colorful resorts, matchless culinary delights, trendy shops and boutiques of world-wide fame, plus a nightlife that thrives year-round. With 38 diverse cities and towns, 47 miles of pristine beaches and a staggering collection of family attractions and cultural venues, the possibilities are endless.
Bordered to the west by Lake Okeechobee, the south by the Everglades and the east by the Atlantic Ocean, the Palm Beaches and Boca Raton are surrounded by Florida’s liquid assets—ideal for water activities and warm-weather fun. From swimming, diving and snorkeling, to kayaking, fishing and boating, it’s the best way to experience Florida.
More than 20 reefs teeming with colorful fish and coral of various colors and sizes attract divers from around the world, and as the second highest sea turtle nesting location in Florida for loggerhead, leatherback and green turtles, it is not uncommon to see large groups in even shallow waters. Additionally, The Palm Beaches’ close proximity to the Gulf Stream helps maintain comfortable ocean temperatures for snorkeling and diving year-round. Whether you’re headed out on your own, need to rent some gear, or book a charter, the area offers a variety of services to meet your needs.
Providing entertainment on dry land, more than 200 theaters, museums, arts centers, indoor and outdoor performance stages, and other cultural venues are located throughout the county. From the Boca Raton Museum of Art, Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens, Norton Museum of Art, Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum, Maltz Jupiter Theater, and the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts, the Palm Beaches bring together a variety of thriving arts districts, nationally recognized performers and dozens of internationally renowned annual events.
Fortunately, the curtain never falls on our outstanding shopping, dining and entertainment. No visit is complete without exploring the area’s excellent shopping districts and booming revitalized downtown districts. Worth Avenue, Mizner Park, CityPlace and Palm Beach Gardens Mall are just a few of the more famous couture districts. In addition to outstanding shopping, the culinary scene is truly unparalleled. Featuring a vast array of restaurants offering mouthwatering cuisine by some of the country’s top chefs and a collection of wine bars, fine bistros and culinary attractions, the dining experiences are equivalent to that of any top-notch metropolitan city.
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