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The Village of Tequesta is located just North of Jupiter. Back in 1955, Tequesta was the dream of one man, but over the years has evolved into an exceptional waterfront community. A splendor of shops, boutiques, and various churches call Tequesta home. With breathtaking ocean views and a treasure of cultural and recreational activities, Tequesta offers genuine small-town spirit and friendliness.
Jupiter is home to championship golf courses, first rate marinas, fine dining, beautiful homes and scenic views. As well as some of the best fishing in the world.
Jupiter is rich in history: the earliest known records of the Jupiter Inlet date as far back as 1565. Jupiter's most identifiable landmark, Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse, was erected in the 1800s. The stately red brick lighthouse continues to stand, ranging 105 feet into the sky, atop a 46-foot hill on the north shore of the Jupiter Inlet. Stretching to the Atlantic Ocean, Jupiter features a delightful tropical climate and truly that "small town" appeal with big city benefits.
Jupiter is also the Spring Training home to not one, but two World Series pennant winning baseball teams: the Florida Marlins and the St. Louis Cardinals. But the boys of summer continue into the fall at Roger Dean Stadium with two additional Florida State teams: the Jupiter Hammerheads and the Palm Beach Cardinals.
Palm Beach Gardens
Palm Beach Gardens is one of the top locations in "Florida's Golf Capital - The Palm Beaches," and home to the headquarters of the Professional Golfers’ Association of America (PGA). The Honda Classic, a Florida Swing tour stop on the road to the Majors is played at PGA National Resort & Spa. Who wouldn’t like to compare score cards with such golf legends as Jack Nicklaus, Ernie Els and Freddie Couples?
Downtown at the Gardens is a unique, open-air, pedestrian only shopping mecca featuring an extraordinary collection of restaurants, many of the nation’s finest specialty retailers, live entertainment and unique events. If you want to shop indoors, stroll through the adjacent Gardens Mall, a shopping destination featuring such stores as Nordstrom, Saks, and Bloomindales’s - all set in an exquisite décor.
Art in Public Places thrives in Palm Beach Gardens. Scattered throughout the city you will find a collection of fine sculptures indoors and out. Designed to inspire and placed with care, this accessible art is always appealing to the public.
Rich in history, beaming with culture, and a golfer’s ace, Palm Beach Gardens offers an endless array of charm, sophistication and year-round activities. Information courtesy of Town of Palm Beach Gardens.
The Town of Juno Beach is a seaside community where neighbors join together to share in an exceptional quality of life. There is a partnership of residents, businesses, and Town staff creating a hometown atmosphere that emphasizes community involvement, cultural activities and natural beauty. Juno Beach is located on a barrier island along the Atlantic coastal ridge. Offshore lie Spanish wrecks dating from late 1500's to early 1600's. The barrier island was created by the cutting of the Intracoastal Waterway. The Waterway was dredged along the watershed of old Lake Worth Creek and cut through to Lake Worth in 1898. Ocean and Intracoastal provide part of the attraction.
Juno Beach has many bike trails including one that surrounds Pelican Lake. A few minutes north on A1A is Loggerhead County Park, which includes amazing oceanfront nature trails as well. Just a short distance from Loggerhead, you will find Juno Beach County Park and Fishing Pier. The Marine life Center, sandy shores, and gorgeous ocean views make this a delightful winter residence, a relaxing vacation spot, and the perfect area to retire. - Information courtesy of Town of Juno Beach.
The island of Palm Beach is home to legendary resorts, exquisite mansions and historic landmarks, including Henry Flagler's former residence, now the Flagler Museum. Lined with stately palm trees, the shopping nirvana of Worth Avenue is known worldwide. The island's Gilded Age architecture will captivate, as will the chic restaurants and a winter highlight, the Palm Beach Food & Wine Festival. Golf here affords views along the Atlantic Ocean, the Intracoastal Waterway and Lake Worth Lagoon. Palm Beach has a way of making any visitor feel privileged.