Ride the Lake Trail
The Palm Beach Lake Trail is not well known to first-time tourists but is worth visiting. Five miles along the Intracoastal Waterway, it is a wide, paved, car-free path restricted to walkers, runners, skaters, and bikers. Next
There are many dining options in town, including a terrific pizza restaurant, Pizza al Fresco, in an outdoor courtyard in one of the vias — or alleyways — off the main street. There are many fancier restaurants like Taboo, a Palm Beach landmark, located on Worth Avenue. Next
Visit the beach
No visit to Palm Beach would be complete without visiting the beach. And it’s a nice one, free, with big waves if you like to surf.
The main public beach is located on State Road A1A, in the middle of the island and center of town. Next
There are many iconic sites worth checking out, such as the Palm Beach Historic Inn (pictured), built in 1923, and the Flagler Museum, an immense, white-pillared mansion that offers art exhibits, guided tours, and a beautiful garden. Back to the beginning
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