Cities & Beach Towns
of The Palm Beaches

 The 47-mile coast of The Palm Beaches is lined with an array of big cities, quaint communities and natural centers. Explore some of Florida’s best beach towns as you plan your trip.
North Region
The northernmost city of Palm Beach County, Jupiter is a favorite for families as well as celebrities like Tiger Woods. Splash your days away on gorgeous beaches, and wind down watching yachts pass by at a local tiki bar. Just down the coast is Juno Beach, where daily life revolves around the Juno Beach Pier; rise early to catch one of the best sunrises in Florida, then spend the day surfing, fishing or visiting the turtles at Loggerhead Marinelife Center.
World-class golf, shopping and resorts can be found in Palm Beach Gardens, home of the Professional Golfers Association (PGA). If you prefer to spend your vacation exploring beneath the water’s surface, Riviera Beach & Singer Island is a hot spot for snorkeling and scuba diving.
Central Region
Central Palm Beach County is home to The Palm Beaches’ biggest city: West Palm Beach. Perched on the shore of shimmering Lake Worth Lagoon, this city punches above its weight class in arts, culture, entertainment, events, restaurants and nightlife. Just across the bridge is the island of Palm Beach, America’s First Resort Destination™. Discover historic hotels and luxurious resorts, fine dining and one of the most iconic shopping districts in the world, Worth Avenue.
Lake Worth Beach is among the quirkiest beach towns in Florida, and home to one of the region’s largest LGBTQ+ communities. Its neighbor to the west, Wellington, is known as the Equestrian Capital of the World. Keep driving and you’ll reach Lake Okeechobee and The Glades, where a slower pace and agricultural setting offer a lesser-seen side of Florida.
South Region
Venture to southern Palm Beach County to find the creative community of Delray Beach, a buzzing hub of festivals, dining, nightlife and the arts. Boynton Beach offers boating, water sports and a laid-back flip-flop vibe year-round. And you just haven’t experienced The Palm Beaches without a visit to Boca Raton. This dynamic city loves its art, architecture, culture and cuisine just as much as its beautiful, palm-fringed beaches.