It may be cold and snowing in many areas across the country, but in Palm Beach it’s almost always sunny, warm and has the perfect weather for outdoor activities. Escape for just a week or two to Palm Beach to enjoy temperatures in the upper 70’s and low 80’s and warm ocean water during the winter months.
Here are 5 reasons why you should spend the winter months in Southwest Florida!
While the beaches are a very sought after attractions, there are also many lakes and waterways in the surrounding areas where you can enjoy fishing, sailing or paddle boarding. Be sure to visit Lake Worth Lagoon or John F. Kennedy’s secret bunker on Peanut Island for a fun family outing.
Visit the local farmers market to find the area’s freshest locally grown produce, homemade goods like cheeses, meats, baked goods, and drinks as well as fresh cut flowers and various plants. The farmers market supports Southern Florida’s agriculture community and brings the community together at this amazing event held on Saturdays.
Mounts Botanical Garden of Palm Beach County is the oldest and largest public botanical garden in the Palm Beaches. The Garden exhibits and evaluates materials environmentally suitable for home, commercial, and public landscapes while providing opportunities for people of all ages and backgrounds to learn the art, science, and joy of gardening.
The Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts, located in West Palm Beach, Florida, is one of the premier performing arts centers in the Nation. For 25 years the number of events hosted annually has grown to more than 800, with attendance of more than 500,000 patrons. Many regionally based arts organizations call the Kravis Center their home including Miami City Ballet, and the Palm Beach Opera. During the 2016-2017 season, the Kravis Center itself will present more than 400 performances featuring acclaimed artists from every discipline. Established as a leading force in the social fabric of the community, its many outreach programs are as broad and varied as the community itself.
There is no place better to escape the cold than Peninsula on the Intracoastal. With luxury townhomes and waterfront condos, residents enjoy the South Florida lifestyle every day. The luxury amenities and features help residents enjoy more time outdoors and less time on chores and upkeep.
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. Explore the area with us. Click here for an interactive tour of the endless dining, entertainment, sopping and adventures that are waiting for you to join the neighborhood.