Luxury Holidays to The Palm Beaches
Discover the best of Florida with a holiday to the Palm Beaches, a spectacular destination with miles and miles of unspoilt beaches, impressive nature reserves and a rich cultural heritage. As for fine dining, the Palm Beaches provide a whole range of different styles of restaurant. Downtown West Palm Beach caters to upscale shopping and dining as well as many resort restaurants or cafes which have been home to celebrities and the aristocracy for many years. So if you like the high life, come to Palm Beach and get the VIP treatment.
The Palm Beaches history is one of affluence and wealth. Since Henry M. Flagler - a millionaire industrialist who began buying land on Palm Beach and develop the area in the early 20th century - left his mark, The Palm Beaches have been known for hospitality and top hotels, captivating tourists for decades.
Expect luxurious accommodations, gourmet-style restaurants, beachfront locations, championship golf courses, world-class boutiques and exclusive spas. Enough glitz and glam to make you feel like an A-lister.
Great Reasons to Holiday in The Palm Beaches
- Pristine beach parks such as R.G. Kreusler Park and Phipps
- Outstanding golf courses
- The Everglades
- The popular Henry Morrison Flager Museum
- It's a great place for boat fishing
- Luxury shopping at Worth Ave
- Palm Beach offers activities for the whole family
- There are great outdoor activities and sports like surfing, parasailing and catamaran
- It offers easy access to Miami
- Palm Beach is home to many world-class gourmet restaurants
Things to see and do in The Palm Beaches
There is more to The Palm Beaches than sunbathing and watersports, although these are fabulous perks. For the ultimate eco-trip, an excursion to the Everglades will take you in airboat through swamps and mangroves. Its ecosystem and wildlife are so unique and spectacular that you'll be mesmerised. Among the animals, you'll see herons, turtles and even alligators sunbathing under the glorious sun! As for cycling, Singer Island offers a two-mile bike trail that runs between John D MacArthur State Park and the Ocean Reef County Park – an easy and peaceful alternative to enjoy with the rest of the family.
Another spectacular strip for cycling, running, or roller-blading is the Palm Beach Lake Trail, from Royal Palm Way to the northern extreme of Palm Beach, with breathtaking views of Lake Worth.
With deserted beaches and beach parks aplenty, you will never be short of sun, sea and sand in The Palm Beaches. If you're seeking an authentic family friendly water adventure try Calypso Bay Waterpark, featuring waterslides, water playgrounds and a lap pool with diving boards. As for watersports, the Palm Beach County Diving Association provides a safe, professional service to scuba diving enthusiasts while working to protect the local marine environment.
Weather in The Palm Beaches
The average winter daytime temperature in The Palm Beaches is 23ºC and 32ºC during the summer. The average rainfall is 62 inches per year and the months of June and September tend to be the wettest. The last time it snowed in Palm Beach County was 1978.
Facts about The Palm Beaches
- Population – 10,500 with an estimated floating population of 30,000
- Area – 10.4 sq. miles
- Currency – US Dollars
The Palm Beaches Holidays 2024 / 2025
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