Palm Beach

Affluent community considered to be a world-class resort town.

Welcome to PALM BEACH

An exclusive, world-class resort town with pristine beaches and impeccable amenities

As the crowning jewel of Palm Beach County, Palm Beach is an exclusive, affluent community considered to be a world-class resort town. Thanks to its miles of pristine beaches and upscale shopping districts, an estimated 30 billionaires and numerous millionaires call the city home.

Residents are privy to perfect, year-round temperate climate and luxurious, crystal-clear waters from the neighboring Gulf Stream. Combined with some of Florida's finest shops, award-winning hotels, and cultural landmarks, it's no surprise that Palm Beach has become a year-round tourist haven.

Palm Beach is one of Florida's most gorgeous and dynamic cities. Exquisite culture, endless outdoor activities, and a fully-developed community are just a few of the incredible assets you'll discover when you call Palm Beach home. Renowned for its beauty, sophistication, and small-town character, Palm Beach has an exceptionally high quality of life.

​​​​​​​What to Love

  • Exclusive resort town
  • Small-town character
  • Miles of beautiful beaches
  • World-class shopping
  • Cultural landmarks
  • Worth Avenue

​​​​​​​People & Lifestyle

Palm Beach is one of the best places to live in all of Florida. During the last century, the city has evolved into a fully-developed community heralded for its beauty and charisma. It's a relatively small and intimate place to live, with only approximately 9,000 full-time residents. Remaining homes are sequestered for seasonal owners.

​​​​​​​However, there is always something happening in-town thanks to Palm Beach’s many beaches, festivals, shopping avenues, and more. Palm Beach is home to the upper crust of society and residents enjoy their seclusion and privacy. It's an excellent place for retirees to settle down and relax and is a growing hub for young professionals. Residents have come to appreciate the city’s mix of urban vibe with small-town charm.


Dining, Entertaining & Shopping

Imoto at Buccan is mostly a sushi place, but thanks to its cool vibe, it has become a hip local restaurant. They serve inventive Asian small plates alongside sushi in a zen-like atmosphere. 

If you like creative, globally-inspired eats, then you must try the famously eclectic eatery known as Buccan. They have tons of incredibly unique dishes and a budget-friendly happy hour. The vibe here is lively and boisterous since Buccan tends to get busy fast. 

We would be remiss if we didn't mention Worth Avenue, Palm Beach's most stunning shopping venue and one of the country's premier shopping destinations. The Avenue offers an assortment of celebrated boutiques boasting incredible resort and designer fashion. It's right next to the ocean and several historic architectural spots, making it a glorious and romantic street to walk along as you enjoy the breathtaking scenic views.  

Over 200 shops and restaurants line Worth Avenue, varying from couture shops to mom-and-pop stores. Whether you're shopping for furniture, accessories, gifts, eyewear, antiques, art, or something else, you're guaranteed to find it—and more—on Worth Avenue.


Things to Do

Besides Worth Avenue, there are numerous incredible Palm Beach attractions to keep residents busy. Enjoy a staycation at the luxurious and historic Breakers Hotel, a Renaissance Revival-style resort with more than 530 rooms. 

Located on a private beach only five minutes away from the Flagler Museum, the Breakers Hotel features classic, polished rooms with amenities such as free Wi-Fi, flat-screen televisions, and even balconies. The hotel also features on-site shopping, a fitness center and spa, nine restaurants, several lounges, 10 tennis courts, four pools, and two golf courses. 

The Palm Beach International Boat Show is an annual West Palm Beach event and one of the country's top five boat shows. This extravagant showcase features more than $1.2 billion worth of boats, yachts, and accessories from the world's leading marine manufacturers.

The Honda Classic, a professional golf tournament on the PGA Tour, is hosted in Palm Beach Gardens.


The only school in-town is Palm Beach Elementary School, which first opened in 1929. The majority of school-age children attend schools within the West Palm Beach School District. The prestigious Dreyfoos School of the Arts is also in West Palm Beach.

Keiser University, Palm Beach State College, and Palm Beach Atlantic University are located in neighboring cities.


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