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Palm Beach and the Treasure Coast Sights

Town of Palm Beach Municipal Beach

  • S. Ocean Blvd. from Brazilian Ave. to Gulfstream Rd. Map It
  • Palm Beach
  • Beach–Sight

Updated 05/12/2014

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You know you're here if you see Palm Beach's younger generation frolicking on the sands and non-xenophobic locals setting up chairs as the sun reflects off their gleeming white veneers. The Worth Avenue clock tower is within sight, but the gateways to the sand are actually on Chilean Avenue, Brazilian Avenue, and Gulfstream Road. It's definitely the most central and longest lifeguarded strip open to everyone and a popular choice for hotel guests from the Colony and Chesterfield.

Lifeguards are present from Brazilian Avenue down to Chilean Avenue. It's also BYOC (bring your own chair). You'll find no water-sport or food vendors here; however, casual eateries are a quick walk away. Metered spots line A1A. Amenities: lifeguards; showers. Best for: swimming; sunsets.

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S. Ocean Blvd. from Brazilian Ave. to Gulfstream Rd., Palm Beach, Florida, 33480, United States

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561-838–5483-Beach patrol

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  • Daily 8–8

Updated 05/12/2014


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