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(2013 - Winter/Spring Issue)


Distinguished as “America’s First Resort Destination,” Palm Beach County has been a winter playground for northerners since 1894.

That’s when railroad magnate Henry Flagler arrived and built his first Palm Beach hotel. Today, visitors settle in for the same reasons Flagler did: balmy weather and fabulous beaches, with water warmed year-round by the Gulf Stream.

Seventy-five kilometres of Atlantic coastline makes it easy to find a sparkling beach to match your personality. If you like a wide sandy spot with plenty of activities, try Singer Island Municipal Beach. Got kids and a need for a casual meal? Head to Lantana Public Beach next to the Ritz-Carlton, Palm Beach for playgrounds and the oceanfront Dune Deck Café. For a quiet walk on the sand, stroll Tequesta’s Coral Cove beach. Or for a full-day experience, set up at John D. MacArthur Beach State Park to lie in the sun, snorkel, go canoeing, hike a nature trail and enjoy a picnic.

Scuba divers, snorkellers, fishermen, even surfers rave about the possibilities in The Palm Beaches and Boca Raton. You can dive a coral reef, snorkel in the shallows, go deep-sea fishing or ride the waves, all while admiring the Palm Beach estates.

And, of course, shoppers can always browse along Palm Beach’s tony Worth Avenue.

Travel Planner

Find more details at palmbeachfl.com or call 1-800-554-7256.

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