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The city of Boca Raton, Florida, is considered one of the most luxurious resorts 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 (for the intimate) is a charming destination, with pleasant weather all year round and beautiful beaches. All Boca Raton beaches are within 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 a chair rental service. In this post we bring together the best beaches in the city, with explanations and photos.

The Best Boca Raton Beaches

South Inlet Park – Praias em Boca Raton

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 maintained, clean and the water temperature is very pleasant. There is a small playground for children. In a reserved area it is possible to practice surfing. See visitor reviews on TripAdvisor

South Inlet Park - Beaches in Boca Raton
South Inlet Park – Photo: Google Images (Street View)

South Beach Park

A little more reserved beach, since it is not as visited as South Inlet Park. With calm waters and white sand, it is ideal for the whole family. Kids will love it! Some activities that are possible on this beach: snorkeling, fishing and surfing. If you can’t find parking spaces at the beach, you can stop at the avenues, next to the shops and walk to the beach.

South Beach Park - Boca Raton Beaches
South Beach Park – Photo: Google Images (Street View)

Red Reef Park Boca Raton

Red Reef Park is a secluded and idyllic beach. It is outside the city amidst preserved nature. Ideal to relax and take the children, 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, looking like a natural pool. The entire park is very well maintained and preserved.

At Red Reef Park you can practice surfing, snorkeling and even fishing. Take the opportunity to visit the Gumbo Limbo Nature Center, which is right next door and is one of the main attractions the city.

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

Red Reef Park
Red Reef Park – Photo: Google Images (Street View)

Spanish River Park

Spanish River Park beach cannot be left out of your Boca Raton beach itinerary. It is ideal to enjoy with your family, for its facilities and tranquility, and you can cool off in the sea, in addition to relaxing amidst a unique natural landscape. At Spanish River Park, you can also hike, fish in reserved areas and climb an observation tower, which offers spectacular views of the region.

Spanish River Park - Best Beaches in Boca Raton
Spanish River Park – Photo: Google Images (Street View)

In addition to the beaches in Boca Raton, there are several other beautiful beaches in neighboring towns, just a short drive away, like Deerfield, for example.

I hope you liked the tips! Boca Raton is an incredible city, with a huge community of Brazilians, excellent schools and universities. If you would like to know more about the city and investment opportunities in the region, please contact us.

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