To visit Peninsula, take I-95 to Gateway Boulevard, east to Federal Highway. Turn left and watch for the Peninsula on the right, immediately adjacent to the Gateway Marina.
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Living on the water is what makes South Florida so special, but having immediate access to Gateway Marina provides a whole new twist to living at Peninsula. Cruise the Intracoastal taking in the sun, go sportfishing off shore with the Boynton Inlet just five minutes away or pull up to your favorite waterfront restaurant for cocktails or dinner. There’s just nothing better.
Elite travelers from around the world are drawn to South Florida’s beaches. The warm Gulfstream waters and gentle ocean breezes create the perfect setting for an early morning jog on the beach or a relaxing day reading a book listening to the waves crashing the shoreline. For residents of Peninsula, the secluded beaches of Manalapan provide a more peaceful and secluded destination than the resort towns to the South.
To the south, Downtown Delray was named the most fun small town in the US— delightful boutiques, trendy restaurants and an endless calendar of events. Or perhaps you'll venture to Mizner Park in fashionable Boca Raton. To the north, the world-class shopping and dining of Palm Beach's Worth Avenue awaits or maybe a fun-filled evening at CityPlace Whatever you desire, you can dine and shop til your heart's content.
For the sport lover, South Florida is buzzing with professional sports. Miami Dolphins football, Miami Heat basketball, Marlins baseball and the Florida Panthers offer year-round excitement. Add to that David Beckhams’ pursuit of MLS soccer and several college sports programs, you’ll never be bored. For more active pursuits, Palm Beach County is home to more than 65 championship golf courses and world-class polo facilities
What are you doing this weekend? Chances are there is a music festival, art show, boat show, culinary show or Food Truck invasion happening just around the corner. Plenty of places to celebrate good times with good friends, all throughout the year.
Awarded the “Most Fun Small City in America”, downtown Delray is a hotspot for dining, shopping and entertainment. To the north, West Palm Beach’s City Place and Worth Avenue on Palm Beach await. Broadway Shows at the Kravis Center, live musical performances and endless galleries, museums, zoos and attractions promise fun and entertainment for everyone.
Residents of Peninsula enjoy convenient access to three major international airports. Miami International and Ft. Lauderdale / Hollywood International serve as gateways to the world, with convenient domestic flight schedules from Palm Beach International.