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THE PALM BEACHES OF FLORIDA OFFER A WARM WELCOME
 
(2014 - Winter/Spring Issue)

Writer: LINDA HAASE



While much of the rest of the USA is blanketed in snow, the 75 beachfront kilometres (47 miles) in Palm Beach County are splashed with sunshine and warmed by 27 C (80 F) temperatures.

From the instant visitors arrive at the award-winning and welcoming Palm Beach International airport, they realize they’re in for a vacation of a lifetime. From the 160 golf courses and the 120 family attractions and parks to the architectural gems and the historical venues, there’s something to do every minute.

That is especially true in winter and spring when visitors can revel in the balmy weather while watching captivating polo matches at the International Polo Club Palm Beach or enjoying a major league baseball game starring Palm Beach County’s spring training home teams, the St. Louis Cardinals and Miami Marlins.

Outdoor activities are plentiful. Hike along the Lake Okeechobee Scenic Trail/Florida Trail (the only portion of the trail connecting the lake to the Atlantic Ocean). Book an airboat tour through the Everglades. Or visit Lion Country Safari, Florida’s only drive-through safari featuring more than 900 animals.

The Palm Beaches is home to 15 distinct districts, each offering one-of-a-kind experiences including famed Worth Avenue and Flagler Museum in Palm Beach; Clematis Street, CityPlace and Antique Row in West Palm Beach; and Mizner-inspired downtown Boca Raton.

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To plan your Palm Beaches winter getaway visit PalmBeachFL.com/winter.

 
 
 
 
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