Palm Beach County

Whether you are relocating or looking to buy a vacation home, South Florida is unsurpassed especially when you consider the WEATHER, click here to see a live web camera and compare the conditions here with your location, especially in the winter:

Live camera at the Eau Hotel Manalapan

There are so many great things to see and do in Florida that it's impossible to list them all here. To provide a taste, we've listed some truly distinctive Florida experiences:

Outdoor Activities

  • Swim in crystal-clear waters

  • See a NASCAR race at Daytona International Speedway

  • Check out Art Deco gems along Ocean Drive in South Beach

  • Explore Orlando's theme parks

  • Tour the Everglades by airboat

  • Visit Ernest Hemingway's house in Key West

  • Eat stone crab claws

  • Swim with dolphins

  • South Florida beaches, simply some of the best in the USA

  • Eat at beachfront cafés

  • Rent a watercraft

  • Play with your kids in the surf

  • Park your lounge chair in the sand and relax.

  • Biking, Boating, Diving, Fishing - you'll find it all here

  • Explore the hundreds of nature walks and parks

Dining and Nightlife

From upscale bistros and colorful ethnic eateries to picturesque waterfront dining, South Florida is a foodie's fantasy. And nightlife lovers will find a variety of live music venues, bars and clubs that come alive after the sun goes down.


From trendy boutiques to massive Malls to big-box stores, South Florida offers world-class shopping

Arts and Entertainment

South Florida is home to an eclectic mix of galleries, museums, music venues and theaters.


From the Miami Heat to the Miami Marlins to the Miami Dolphins, sports fans will find plenty to love about living in South Florida.


South Florida's climate is considered tropical, which means hot, humid summers and mild winters. In summer, temperatures average in the 80s. But the heat is sometimes tempered by late afternoon and evening thunderstorms, which can drop temperatures by 10 to 15 degrees.

The wettest month of the year is June, with an average of 10 inches of rain, and October and November are the driest months. Winter temperatures in South Florida average in the 60s.