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The city of Boca Raton, Florida, is considered one of the most luxurious in the world and a favorite destination for many Americans who choose the “Sunshine State” to retire. Located in Palm Beach County, very close to Miami, Boca is a charming destination, with pleasant weather all year round and beautiful beaches. All the beaches of Boca Raton are inside parks, with great natural wealth. They offer excellent infrastructure to visitors, such as parking, bathrooms, showers and areas for picnic and barbecue. Most also offer chair rental services. In this post we’ll discuss the best beaches in Boca Raton and surroundings.

South Inlet Park

South Inlet Park is the best known and one of the best beaches in Boca Raton. It is inside a park with all the infrastructure for visitors. The beach is well cared for, clean and the water temperature is super nice. There is a small playground for the children. In a reserved part it is possible to practice surfing. See visitor reviews on TripAdvisor

Best beaches in Boca Raton: South Inlet park
South Inlet Park Beach – Photo: Google Images (Street View)

South Beach Park

South Beach Park is a little more reserved, since it is not as visited as South Inlet Park. With calm waters and white sand, it is ideal for the whole family. Children love it! Some activities that are possible on this beach include: snorkeling, fishing and surfing. If you do not find vacancies in the paid parking lots on the beach, it is possible to stop on the avenues, next to the shop and walk to the beach.

Best beaches in Boca Raton- South Beach Park
South Beach Park – Photo: Google Images (Street View)

Red Reef Park in Boca Raton

Red Reef Park is a remote and paradisiacal beach. It is out of the city in the midst of a preserved natural area. Ideal for relaxing and spending time with family since the water is calm and crystal clear. In some places it is possible to advance a good distance and the water will still hit the knee, making it look like a natural pool. The whole park is very well maintained and preserved.

In Red Reef Park you can surf, snorkel and even fish. Also take the opportunity to visit the Gumbo Limbo Nature Center, which is next door and is one of the main attractions of the city.

There are no snack bars or restaurants in Red Reef Park, but the infrastructure to enjoy the beach is complete: paid parking on site (between $16 and $20), lifeguards, clean bathrooms, showers and picnic/barbecue areas. It is also possible to rent chairs for approximately $10/hour.

Red Reef Park Boca Raton- Best Beaches in Boca Raton
Photo: Google Images (Street View)

Spanish River Park

The beach of Spanish River Park cannot be left out of our ultimate list of beaches in Boca Raton. It is an ideal spot to enjoy with the family. It has great facilities and you can relax in the middle of a unique natural landscape. At Spanish River Park, you can also hike, fish in reserved areas and climb an observation tower, which provides a spectacular view of the region.

Spanish River Park
Photo: Google Images (Street View)

In addition to these beaches in Boca Raton, there are several other beautiful beaches in neighboring cities, a few minutes away by car, such as Deerfield, for example.

Boca Raton is an incredible city, with a huge community and excellent schools and universities. If you wanted to know more about the city and investment opportunities in the region, please contact us.

About AMG International Realty

AMG International Realty is a global real estate company specialized in Florida. If you want to know more about the Boca Raton real estate market and investment opportunities in the region, contact us right now and chat with me by WhatsApp: +1 (305) 318 6968 (Heloisa Arazi).

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