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While there is always plenty to see and do in Palm Beach Gardens, the advantageous geographic location of Landing at PGA Waterway makes it the ideal home base for exploring everything the entire state of Florida has to offer. Port Everglades, Port Miami, and Port Canaveral make for convenient cruising and yachting excursions throughout the Caribbean and Atlantic. For jaunts to Fort Lauderdale and Miami, the all-new Brightline railway takes you right into the heart of each city, perfect for a day or evening trip without ever needing a car. However, if you should choose to drive, quick access to major highways like I-95, the Florida Turnpike, and I-75 can deliver you to Jupiter, Orlando, Naples, Daytona Beach, Tampa, and anywhere else you desire.

Though Palm Beach Gardens is peaceful and hidden away, it is remarkably well connected to the rest of the world. Palm Beach International Airport (PBI) is only 16 miles from Landing at PGA Waterway, with service to major travel hubs both domestically and abroad. Private air travel is also available through FBO operators at PBI as well as nearby terminals for smaller craft at Palm Beach County Park/Lantana Airport (LNA). You may officially consider yourself an international jet-setter.

Sophisticated leisure is a way of life in Palm Beach Gardens. Classically inspired architecture, authentic Florida lighthouses and landmarks, and lavishly manicured gardens all set the backdrop for a vibrant mosaic of cultural expression and artistry. ArtiGras, Palm Beach Gardens’ annual arts & entertainment festival is routinely considered one of the Top 50 in the country. Likewise, the Arts in the Garden series, attracts music, theatre, and dance performances from all over the globe. Local galleries and public art exhibitions also add color and beauty to each day, while the stages of the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts host the Palm Beach Opera, Ballet Palm Beach, and touring troupes from Broadway and beyond.

Golf professionals, amateurs, fans, and enthusiasts of all ages know there are more golf courses in the Palm Beaches any other single destination in the U.S. – earning it the distinction of being the capital of the sport. Out of the 160 courses in the area, Palm Beach Gardens is home to nearly a dozen courses public and private membership courses, including the five 18-hole courses and innovative 9-hold course at the acclaimed PGA National Resort & Club. Challenge yourself to designs by Arnold Palmer, Tom Fazio, and Pete Dye. Sharpen your skills with a certified PGA tour pro. See the greats of the game every year at the Honda Classic. Golf is more than a pastime here – it’s an essential element of life.

Known for high-end fashion, jewelry and accessories, and exquisite home furnishings, shopping in Palm Beach Gardens is an enticing mix of chic boutique pieces and world-renowned brands. Carolina Herrera, Gucci, and Jimmy Choo, are some of the many designer names you’ll see regularly here. Start a full day of retail therapy at The Gardens Mall only a few minutes away from Landing at PGA Waterway, then venture towards Worth Avenue or the galleries on Palm Beach Island for extra special finds.

The culinary culture in Palm Beach Gardens is as mouthwateringly delicious as it is diverse. Fresh-caught seafood and farm-to-table produce grace many menus here, as do succulent steaks and creative regional specialties. From the upscale ambience and flavor-forward cuisine of Stage Kitchen & Bar to the stunning waterfront views and chef-inspired offerings of River House, Palm Beach Gardens knows how to satisfy any appetite. A short drive into Fort Lauderdale or Miami offers even more choices, with international flair and reputation.

Due to its location directly on the Intracoastal Waterway with quick access to the open Atlantic, Palm Beach Gardens is a water-lover’s dream destination. Sailing, yachting, paddleboarding, snorkeling offshore of The Breakers, SCUBA diving, and nearly every other watersport can be enjoyed all year round here. For anglers, everything from snook to swordfish to spiny lobster wait to be caught. Step aboard a sailboat and chase the wind, or travel by yacht to the colorful reefs of the nearby Bahamas. Seaside contentment knows no greater depths.

Close to entertainment, golf, boating, culture, and more, Palm Beach Gardens is the ultimate South Florida address. Explore all the area favorites.