Located just north of Delray Beach and south of Palm Beach, Boynton Beach offers visitors all varieties of seaside recreation, plus enticing shopping at the Boynton Beach Mall and downtown. The Boynton Beach Inlet provides nearly direct access to some of The Palm Beaches most beautiful coral and artificial reefs. And Boynton Beach’s OceanFront Park easily earns its reputation as one of South Florida’s most attractive beaches. Boynton Harbor Marina sports water activities for kids of all ages, as well as eco-adventures such as Everglades Day held at Arthur R. Marshall Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge. All of this making you hungry? Dig in at Boynton Beach dining options that run the gamut from casual to ultra-fine.
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The island of Palm Beach is home to legendary resorts, exquisite mansions and historic landmarks, including Henry Flagler’s former residence, now the Flagler Museum. Lined with stately palm trees, the shopping nirvana of Worth Avenue is known worldwide. Palm Beach Island’s Gilded Age architecture will captivate, as will the chic restaurants and a winter highlight, the Palm Beach Food & Wine Festival. Golf here affords views along the Atlantic Ocean, the Intracoastal Waterway and Lake Worth Lagoon.
Delray Beach is a first-class resort destination and a diverse, vibrant community situated on the Atlantic Ocean. A small and intimate town with big-city sophistication, Delray Beach was voted Most Fun Small Town in America by Rand McNally and USA Today. Delray’s Atlantic Avenue, which runs through the center of town from I-95 to the ocean, is the longest main street in Florida. A popular destination for locals and visitors alike, Delray Beach is filled with art galleries, upscale shops, fine restaurants and nightly entertainment. The town is also known for its family-friendly festivals, including the Delray Affair and the Delray Beach Wine & Seafood Festival as well as its its seasonal 100-foot Christmas Tree.