When it comes to sand, sun and surf, you really can’t go wrong in Florida. Florida’s white-sand beaches and warm waters are the stuff of dreams. That’s why deciding which Florida beach town to visit is the hardest decision. On Florida’s Atlantic coast, nestled near West Palm Beach to the north and Boca Raton to the south, you will find a jewel that is the perfect place for anyone looking for something a little out of the ordinary. Lake Worth Beach is a historic town (it has over 1,000 vintage buildings), but it has a youthful vibe.
Food. If you are looking for authentic dishes from around the world, you will not be disappointed in Lake Worth. We have an abundance of independent, one-of-a-kind dining experiences. So whether you’re looking for a place to enjoy an elegant dining experience, you want to grab a bite while you take a break from playing at the beach, or you want to pop in for a casual drink or bite while you are shopping, you will find something to love. The real question isn’t “where will we eat?”; the real question is “how many days will we need to stay to sample all of the great cuisine?” Find a list of bars, cafes, and restaurants here.
Art and Music. Start your tour of the arts scene in Lake Worth Beach by heading out for a walk. One of the coolest things you’ll find in is on the streets. Murals line the streets, and you can find them with this handy map. Take a break to pop into any of the numerous galleries, “showcasing the fine to the funky,” according to Lake Worth Arts. Check out this list of Lake Worth galleries. You will also find plenty of places to enjoy great music. In the evenings, you can check out the many bars and venues with live music. So head downtown to soak in the unique art and music culture of Lake Worth Beach.
Nature. Beyond the beach, Lake Worth has nature galore for visitors to explore. Kayaking and fishing are both popular activities on Lake Worth Lagoon. You can even dive under the Blue Heron Bridge, one of the most popular dive sites in the world. Visit the Snook Islands Natural Area where you can see green sea turtles, West Indian manatees, fiddler crabs and the American oystercatcher and other birds. If visitors want to explore the area beyond Lake Worth Beach, they can head inland to Everglades National Park, the largest subtropical wilderness in the United States.
And don’t be fooled — while you can eat, shop and play just about anywhere in the area, you won’t find the same colorful mix that you’ll find in Lake Worth Beach. Lake Worth Beach not only has lots to offer on its own, but it is a great jumping-off point for those visitors who want to branch out and visit several spots while in the area. That’s why it is such a great place for tourists.
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