Our corner of Florida is filled with parks, boutiques, cafés, museums, and more. Have a look around.
Sumptuous and inventive cuisine created by culinary masterminds. Seaside crab shacks where everyone eats with their hands. Whether you’re in the mood for white tablecloths or burgers and fries, it’s all right here.
Explore the history of the earliest Native, Spanish, and American peoples who first came to this part of Florida. Catch a concert by the ocean. Admire the artwork at a nearby museum—or make some culture of your own.
Choose from pop-up shops, outlet stores, and everything in between. You’ll find bespoke local handicrafts, international haute couture, and a whole lot more.
Sparkling beaches are only the beginning. Explore a thriving arts scene, roam through pristine nature trails, and more.
Founded by farmers in the 19th century, West Palm Beach is close enough to reflect the bright lights of Miami, yet far enough away from the big city to retain its own charming character.
Once home to tomato and pineapple plantations, Delray Beach first earned its reputation as a scenic getaway in the 1920s, when artists and poets such as Edna St. Vincent Millay discovered this seaside treasure.
With a distinctive style of Spanish and Mediterranean Revival architecture, Boca Raton has a dreamy, otherworldly feeling that has enchanted visitors for nearly a century.