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Some of the most famous families in the country spend time in Palm Beach, an island nestled between the Intracoastal Waterway and the Atlantic Ocean. These prestigious families are drawn to this slice of Southeast Florida because of its unparalleled natural setting and vibrant arts and culture community. Guests of Palm Beach Florida Bed and Breakfasts have much to choose from: beaches, golf, museums, opera, and a great number of restaurants and shops.

Anyone who enjoys a game of golf will want to play in Palm Beach and enjoy expansive views of the Intracoastal Waterway and the Atlantic Ocean. The PGA Tour's Honda Classic is exciting to watch, or golfers may play on one of more than forty public courses. Golfers interested in the history of the sport may enjoy visiting Florida's first 18-hole course. If shoulders are sore after a day on the green, there is nothing better than a massage at a Palm Beach spa.

Generally speaking, Palm Beach is more quiet than West Palm Beach, and travelers may take their pick of moods. One may enjoy a peaceful dinner overlooking the water in Palm Beach, or head to Clematis Street in West Palm Beach, where cafes, bars, and restaurants stay open late and the atmosphere is casual and crowded. West Palm Beach is also home to an opera house, symphony, and performing arts center, as well as more than one theatre.

Palm Beach Florida Bed and Breakfasts make ideal bases for exploring the whole of Southeast Florida. To the north lie wild, uncrowded beaches and barrier islands, to the south is the scenic road to Boca Raton. After a day of exploration, Palm Beach stands ready with fine dining, culture, and glorious Gatsby-era architecture.

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