Palm Beaches Florida has a bit of everything. Here are your top reasons you need to visit for yourself…

There are so many reasons to visit Palm Beaches Florida – no matter the type of vacation you are looking for. And in fact, you may leave having had a completely different holiday to that you planned. For if you are planning to explore the beautiful streets by bike and spend your time wandering the luxurious streets, shopping in the outlets, or discovering the local sights, it will be hard not to be enticed by the powdery white sands for a day of basking under the sun on the beach. And if you are looking for a week of sheer relaxation, cocktail in hand, you will most likely find yourself being teased to explore the city with its chilled yet thriving demeanour, enviable architecture and stunning scenery. Here are our top five reasons to visit Palm Beaches Florida…

The food

Palm Beaches Florida has a thriving foodie scene that will take you on an adventure of the senses. When choosing places to dine in Palm Beaches, there are so many to choose from. You can head to the Grandview Public Market – Florida’s first food hall – and choose from twelve chef-inspired vendors offering everything from gourmet chicken burgers to noodles, healthy salads, shakes, sandwiches and everything in between. Grato is on hand for delicious Italian food – where you can enjoy huge pizzas bubbling with hot toppings, pastas sprinkled with fresh cracked pepper and parmesan and other Italian delights. Guanabanas is the spot for Caribbean inspired food, or Tapas35 for small plates and social dining. Tin Roof in Delray Beach is the spot for live music and Southern foodie favourites such as fried green tomatoes, mac and cheese and chicken and waffles and Todds by Todd English is ideal for a casual, modern American menu concept. There are so many places to dine in Palm Beaches you will be spoilt for choice.

The beach

stand up paddleboarding Palm BeachAs the name suggests, Palm Beaches Florida is known for its beautiful beach scene. There are 46 miles of pristine Atlantic coastline here, meaning trying to name the best one is near impossible. Head to Boynton Beach for canopy-covered walkways, a beautiful boardwalk, chair rentals and a playground, Coral Cove Park for unparalleled snorkelling conditions, Delray Beach for calm waves and warm waters (and plenty of trendy places to eat) or Riviera Beach where you can explore Lake Worth Lagoon and take a peek under the Blue Heron Boulevard Bridge. Each and every one of the beaches in Palm Beaches Florida offers something unique and are ideal for relaxing, exploring and enjoying from sunrise to sunset.

The shopping

Outlet-Shopping at Palm BeachIf you are into your shopping, you won’t be short of places to visit and laden your arms with bags when in Palm Beaches. Leave plenty of room in your suitcase for luxury shopping location Worth Avenue with stores such as Chanel, Escada and Gucci or Mizner Park in Boca Raton which is also full of more designer stores. For high street pieces, take yourself The Gardens Mall, Downtown at the Gardens or PGA Commons. For something a little more local and artisan, Pineapple Grove and Atlantic Avenue offer products from local artisans and for those who love a discount, the Palm Beach Outlets have savings on over 100 named brands which is well worth a browse!

The Sports

Palm Beaches Florida Travel Guide SnorkellingThere are so many sporting activities in Palm Beaches Florida you’re spoilt for choice. Head to the waters for a spot of paddle boarding around the Intracoastal where you can see the most beautiful views of the coastline, or dive under the water and go scuba diving or snorkelling to see the Florida coast’s beautiful marine life. You can also go kayaking, parasailing, jet skiing, fishing and hiking if you fancy, taking in the beautiful views of the diverse landscape. Another way to explore is by bike and we suggest getting a bike tour to show you the ropes of Palm Beaches, where you will get a bit of gentle exercise as well as see the sights.

The culture

Palm Beaches Florida Travel Guide Animals and CulturePalm Beach is also about so much more than beaches, shopping and sports – it also has a great nature and cultural scene. There is the Henry Flagler Museum – devoted to the man behind the development of Palm Beaches itself, Palm Beach zoo where you can see more than 550 animals (many of them endangered) within 23 acres of lush tropical habitat. You can take a boat tour across the water where you can see many different sights, or head to the Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens, where you can see a beautiful lake, bamboo grove and beautiful displays. There is the Wick Theatre and Costume Museum which where you can get a tour and see the most beautiful costumes, or the Norton Museum of art where you can spend hours perusing the beautiful works on display.

There are so many reasons to visit the Palm Beaches Florida you are spoilt for choice. You can make your trip entirely what you want it to be and leave wondering just how soon you can return.


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