PALM BEACH COUNTY
ST. LUCIE COUNTY
This small coastal town features so much: great fishing, water sports, shops, beaches, waterfront dining and more.
Diverse area with gorgeous beaches & boating, inland farms, and mixed-use areas with town centers. Great shopping, dining and recreation too.
Ocean views, serene sandy beaches, bike and nature trails. Home to Loggerhead County Park and Juno Beach Pier.
Vibrant and varied lifestyles and recreation featuring golf, boating, beach-going and more. Great shopping, restaurants and cultural centers too.
Golf, fishing, boating and beaches. This town has a variety of homes with expansive ocean and Intracoastal views.
Relaxing blend of natural beauty, seven miles of pristine beaches, upscale hotels, and high-rises. Activities include: snorkeling, scuba diving and more.
Harbor city featuring beautiful sandy beaches, restaurants, shops and more.
Palm-lined streets, breathtaking waterfront views, shopping districts, historic neighborhoods, cultural activities, entertainment and events.
With over 100 years of graceful evolution, Palm Beach Island is world-renowned for its beauty, quality of life, and the Worth Avenue shopping experience.
Rich history of pineapple farming, this area has several recreational features including: tennis courts, boat ramps, and a large pavilion for events.
Over 1,000 historic cottages line the streets of this historic downtown beach area with a cool art scene and outdoor dining.
This 834-acre development is one of the most beautiful communities in the country. Features the Atlantis Inn and Golf Clubhouse.
Old Florida fishing village with an eight-acre municipal beach and 745 feet of ocean frontage, picnic areas, oceanfront pavilion, and a two-acre boat launching facility.
Varied recreational activities and events, including a green market, provides families with a warm and friendly environment.
Unique, eclectic and self-reliant, this town has dirt roads without streetlights and large lots with nurseries and horse farms.
Winter equestrian capital of the world. A thriving rural town that offers diversity, culture, recreation, shopping and more.
Well-planned, safe, and attractive community, earned a “Tree City USA” designation for 21 consecutive years by the National Arbor Day Foundation.
Nestled on the shores of the Intracoastal, the name Hypoluxo comes from the Seminole name for Lake Worth, roughly translated "water all around."
America’s Gateway to the Gulf Stream, this tropical home town serves up waterfront dining, abundant shopping and lively entertainment.
Low-key, low-density and low profile. Serene and relaxing charming small town with style.
A truly unique municipality of unparalleled beauty and quality of life. Also unique in that two areas exist, contiguous only by water.
Voted the most fun small town by Rand McNally and USA Today is this popular destination filled with galleries, shops, restaurants, night spots and more.
This friendly beach area lies adjacent to the Atlantic Ocean on the east and the Intracoastal Waterway to the west.
Known to locals as "Boca," this town truly has it all. Beaches, golf courses, fine hotels, museums, entertainment, fine dining, shopping and more.
Luxurious small beach town provides amazing water views, homes and recreation.