Palm Beach County is a stylish paradise brimming with luxury resorts, a culinary landscape unmatched, trendy shops and boutiques of worldwide fame and a nightlife that thrives year-round. With 38 diverse cities, 47 miles of pristine beaches, a plethora of attractions and more than 200 cultural venues and organizations, the possibilities are simply endless.
As the largest county southeast of the Mississippi River, Palm Beach County is alive with activity year-round. The beaches and waters of the Intracoastal Waterway and Lake Okeechobee alone present boundless opportunities for boating, snorkeling, fishing, kayaking and many other water sports.
A multitude of accommodations offers visitors a choice of more than 200 hotels, resorts and bed & breakfasts. Palm Beach County’s array of all-inclusive resorts with spas, golf courses and luxurious amenities entice visitors to such legendary sites as the Boca Raton Resort & Club and The Breakers, Palm Beach.
Distinctive attractions like Lion Country Safari and Moroso Motorsports Park are the perfect complement to Palm Beach County’s arts-focused culture. Between the world-renowned Norton Museum of Art and Boca Raton Museum of Art, outstanding Ballet Florida productions, the acclaimed Kravis Center for the Performing Arts, entrancing theater performances and an impressive roster of music organizations, Palm Beach County’s entertainment scope is unparallel.
Touting more than 160 golf courses, we’re Florida’s golf capital, a title we’re proud to claim. Additionally, there are about 1,100 superior tennis courts, including the renowned Delray Beach Tennis Center, as well as polo fields of international acclaim and Roger Dean Stadium, home of the area’s two minor league teams and spring training site for the Florida Marlins and St. Louis Cardinals.
Visitors cherish Palm Beach County’s enviable shopping enclaves and world-renowned retailers. On the island of Palm Beach, the famous and elegant Worth Avenue is a world unto itself, while our half-dozen opulent shopping malls, including The Gardens Mall and the Mall at Wellington Green; outdoor European-style centers, such as Abacoa Town Center, CityPlace, Downtown at the Gardens, Legacy Place and Mizner Park; and trendy shops found along the main streets of our downtowns offer a unique shopping experience not found elsewhere.
With more than 2,000 dining venues, ranging from fine restaurants and trendy eateries to acclaimed establishments and restaurants unique to Palm Beach County, visitors certainly dine well.
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