Palm Beach Lake Trail
This smooth, flat trail runs from downtown almost all the way to the northern tip of Palm Beach. Nicknamed 'The Trail of Conspicuous...
Palm Beach Municipal Beach
One of Palm Beach's two beautiful public beaches, both kept pleasantly seaweed-free by the town. Metered beachfront parking is an absurd...
The most famous mansion overlooking this stretch of surf and sand is Donald Trump's predictably over-the-top Mar-a-Lago, purchased in...
This swanky fresco-and-leopard-print place attracts a mature crowd and the occasional celeb (neither photos nor autograph hounds are...
Be a member (temporarily at least) of the lunching class at this courtyard trattoria, a favorite for white wine–soaked lunches that...
Lonely Planet review
This quarter-mile, palm-tree-lined strip of the highest end shops is like the Rodeo Drive of the east. You can trace its history back to the 1920s, when the now-gone Everglades Club here staged weekly fashion shows and launched the careers of designers from Bonwit Teller to Elizabeth Arden.
Today you'll find more than 200 shops, representing every exclusive brand known to humanity: Cartier, Armani, Gucci, Chanel, Bottega Veneta, Ann Gish, Dana Buchman, Emilo Pucci and Hermes are just the beginning. (Half the shops close for summer.) It's fun to stroll and window shop, whether you want to lay down your plastic or not.