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Published on Oct 22, 2015
See the sights and experience some of the many things to do in The Palm Beaches in this fast-paced visual tour. For more information on Palm Beach County, visit http://ThePalmBeaches.com. From the historical landmarks of the Flagler Museum and Jupiter Lighthouse to the bustling nightlife in West Palm Beach and Delray Beach – get a glimpse of all there is to do in Palm Beach County in just 60 seconds. Bring your friends, family, sunscreen and sense of adventure to The Palm Beaches.
Published on Mar 22, 2017
Boynton Beach, Florida is known as “America’s Gateway to the Gulf Stream.” Find out what makes Boynton Beach so unique in The Palm Beaches | Palm Beach County.
Go from beachfront beauty to exploring the heart of the Florida Everglades.
With the Gulf Stream just off shore from Oceanfront Park, warm, relaxing sea breezes are almost a guarantee. Those tranquil winds infuse with Boynton Beach’s “Old Florida” charm, tremendous retail, and the serene Florida Everglades to produce a great many things to do.
Ocean Avenue is just west from the beach. Cozy restaurants and boutiques welcome everyone to fun off the beaten path. Every October, this avenue becomes scary good for the Haunted Pirate Fest and Mermaid Splash. And speaking of jolly buccaneers, there might be few hanging around at the city’s Harbor Marina, where scenic dockside restaurants are the place for tropical libations. Outside of downtown, find superb retail shopping. Along the Congress Avenue corridor are the Boynton Beach Mall, Renaissance Place, and smaller centers with big brand names and local stores.
Then you come to the Everglades. The Arthur R. Marshall Loxahatchee Wildlife Refuge protects a massive piece of this one-of-a-kind terrain. From here, embark on boardwalks, hiking trails, and ranger-led tours.
Published on Mar 22, 2017
The art of Florida living in Lake Worth, Florida. Find out what makes Lake Worth so unique in The Palm Beaches | Palm Beach County.
Linger in Lake Worth, take your time and enjoy the pace in this diverse community of form and function.
This diverse enclave is a true haven for artists and free spirits. Built around a tree-shaded square, this eclectic downtown boasts a colorful collection of boutiques, galleries, and inventive culinary options. There are charming bed and breakfasts nestled along the side streets. Just over the Lake Worth Bridge are beaches, a fishing pier, and one-of-a-kind water view restaurants; Kayak Lake Worth offering various eco-tours; and a montage of intriguing festivals. The annual PrideFest of Lake Worth and The Palm Beaches, one of the largest festivals in South Florida and The Palm Beaches’ largest gay and lesbian visibility event, celebrates diversity and awareness of the LGBT community. The Street Painting Festival, with its graffiti of a different kind, lasting only until the next raindrop, transforms asphalt and sidewalks into living art in a centuries-old tradition.
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