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The historic elegance of the Caribbean, the nightly beat of Miami, the laidback beach vibes of Cape Cod: it’s fair to say that Palm Beach holidays really do have it all when it comes to the ultimate in seaside luxury.
Occupying a whip of a barrier island on the east coast of Florida, where Atlantic waters meet the land, Palm Beach has been enticing holidaymakers to its sun-kissed shores for more than 100 years.
And the grand sophistication of its holiday heyday has not diminished. From palm-lined promenades and wisteria-clad mansions to the sprawling hotels on the waterfront, this celebrated tourist resort is laced with millions of happy memories.
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It’s always a good time to visit Palm Beach. Our guide might help you to decide exactly when…
Year-round warmth and a great line-up of annual events – plus all the shops, spas, bars, golf courses and beaches – ensure the attractions of Palm Beach never run cold.
Palm Beach has a tropical climate and daytime temperatures that rarely drop below 20C. May to November is hot and humid, while December to April is warm and dry. As is typical of Florida, the summer months experience afternoon thunderstorms that often pass very quickly, leaving clear skies in their wake.
Palm Beach is busiest in summer and around Christmas, so look for bargain breaks in April and May, when the weather is comfortably warm.
Make your break in Palm Beach extra special by attending one of the lively annual events. Here are three of the best…
Palm Beach International Film Festival; April: If film is your thing, you can buy a ticket package for insider access to this filmmaking feast.
Sunfest; April-May: Held in West Palm Beach, over on the mainland, it costs no more than a two-course meal to enjoy the live music and arts of this well-attended spring event.
Oktoberfest; second and third weekends of October: This traditionally German event has never seen so much sunshine! Travel to nearby Lake Worth (20 minutes by road from Palm Beach) for Bavarian beer and bratwurst, Florida style.
What will your holiday album look like after a trip to Palm Beach? Perhaps some of these attractions will make an appearance…
Grown-up families: Mansions from the US “Gilded Age” don’t come much more beautiful than that of Henry Flagler, a pioneer of Florida tourism and so-called father of Palm Beach and Miami. Whitehall is now known as the Flagler Museum and you can take a look on a guided tour.
Relaxing: There’s a beach for every mood in the Palm Beach area (and plenty of palm trees too, in case you were wondering). Make sandcastles, go snorkelling, hit the surf, throw out a fishing line, scramble over dunes or find an isolated spot where the only sound comes from the Atlantic waves.
Shopping: Names like Tiffany, Gucci and Cartier appear between the palms on gorgeous Worth Avenue. Elsewhere, malls and charismatic neighbourhoods present an array of shopping opportunities. You might need to book an extra bag for your return trip.