The Palm Beaches Destination Guide

The Palm Beaches Destination Guide

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Travel Tips for The Palm Beaches

  • Don’t forget to bring your bathing suit and lots of sunscreen! The weather stays pretty warm all year round.
  • Many restaurants, venues, and even shops will have a dress code. Although your beach attire will get lots of use, be sure to also pack some nicer clothing for evenings out on the town.
  •  The Palm Beaches are home to some of America’s wealthiest people, which means there are tons of mansions to feast your eyes on. But it also means that the Palm Beaches can get pretty pricey so be prepared to spend a hefty sum and worry about budgeting when you get home.
  • There are tons of gorgeous natural areas around the Palm Beaches, from the stunning beaches to the mysterious Everglades, so don’t forget you’re camera…and perhaps also your sense of adventure.
  • We highly recommend renting a car or driving to the Palm Beaches. Regardless of where you’re staying, there are plenty of great day trips throughout Palm Beach County, and you’re going to need a car to reach them.

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Top Palm Beach County Attractions

 

 

Classic Cuisine of the Palm Beaches

  • Fresh seafood is available in abundance throughout the Palm Beaches. So whether you like to crack opened a fresh crab, dip luscious bites of lobster in hot butter, or you prefer a fresh fillet of snapper or sea bass; the Palm Beaches won’t let any seafood lover down.
  • Cuban, Haitian, and Caribbean food have made their way to the Palm Beaches. Not only do these cuisines offer incredibly flavorful and hearty dishes but they might also be some of the cheapest dining options around.
  • There are quite a few Italian restaurants throughout the Palm Beaches, so if you’re craving spaghetti and meatballs, you shouldn’t have a problem fulfilling your craving.
  • Fine Dining! White table clothes, classy Maître d’s, a perfectly cooked steak, rare wines – Palm Beach County is certainly not lacking in luxury dining.

Best Beaches in The Palm Beaches
The Breakers

Cities in Palm Beach County

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  • Boca Raton
  • Boynton Beach
  • Delray Beach
  • Greenacres
  • Highland Beach
  • Juno Beach
  • Jupiter
  • Lake Worth
  • Lantana
  • Loxahatchee Groves
  • Manalapan
  • North Palm Beach
  • Ocean Ridge
  • Pahokee
  • Palm Beach
  • Palm Beach Gardens
  • Palm Beach Shores
  • Riviera Beach
  • Royal Palm Beach
  • South Bay
  • Tequesta
  • Wellington
  • West Palm Beach

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