Palm Beach Shores Timeshare
Bordering the Atlantic Ocean and occupying Florida’s easternmost point in the southern part of the state, Palm Beach Shores is a perfect mix of upscale hotels and resorts, pristine beaches and natural gems. With a Palm Beach Shores timeshare, you can enjoy a wide range of things to see and do, from cultural attractions to opulent shopping, family entertainment and sports and outdoor recreation.
One of Florida’s largest cultural attractions, the Norton Museum of Art is a must-do while visiting your Palm Beach Shores timeshare. Here, you can admire an impressive collection of Chinese, European and American art that includes masterpiece paintings and sculptures by famous artists such as Monet, Picasso, Pollock and O’Keeffe.
Another must-see museum is the Flagler Museum, which focuses on both the history of Florida and the life of Florida East Coast Railway founder, Henry Flagler.
At the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum, you can learn all about the local history and take a guided tour to the top of the 1860 lighthouse to enjoy fantastic views of the area.
Just a few minutes’ drive from the main town is another top attraction, Singer Island. This barrier island features beautiful luxury resorts, shops, restaurants, spas and seven miles of beaches that offer loads of amenities and water activities such as parasailing, wakeboarding and water skiing. At the northern end of the island is Lake Worth Lagoon, an estuary popular for canoeing and kayaking.
While on Singer Island, you want to be sure to visit the attractive Sailfish Marina Resort with its waterfront restaurant and souvenir shop. Here, you can walk along the dock and admire the fishing boats and fancy yachts, watch the fish in the clear blue water, charter a fishing boat, or take a water sightseeing cruise.
Sports and Shopping
Have your pick of dozens of golf courses varying in design and challenges. Catch a Major League Baseball spring training game at the Roger Dean Stadium. Get your motor running with drag racing, mud bogging and kart racing at the Palm Beach International Raceway.
Not interested in sports? You will also find world-class shopping in Palm Beach Shores with luxury brand stores along picturesque Worth Avenue, shopping complexes like The Gardens Mall, or bargain shopping at Palm Beach Outlets and Carnival Flea Market.
Nature and Family Fun
If you’re a nature and outdoor lover, you will be right at home in Palm Beach Shores with a state park, two wildlife sanctuaries and a marine life center, where you can get up close and personal with local plants and animals.
With a local zoo, drive-through safari, water park and fun park, you will always have plenty of exciting things to do with the kids.
While you may find a few bars and clubs in Palm Beach Shores, the Sailfish Marina on Singer Island hosts live music on the weekends. You can also enjoy dinner and a live performance at nearby West Palm Beach venues, Cruzan Amphitheatre and the Raymond F. Kravis Center.
When to Visit
Winter in Palm Beach Shores marks the city’s busy season when many people come from the north to escape the cold weather. Summers here are sweltering hot, so if you want to visit when the weather is good, and the crowds are fewer, fall and spring are your best options.
This trendy South Florida location may not have the name recognition of Miami Beach or Fort Lauderdale, but a Palm Beach Shores timeshare can provide a vacation experience on par, if not better, than those higher priced locales. You’ll find deals galore here on the timeshare resale market, so check out our selection of Palm Beach Shores timeshares here at BuyaTimeshare.com.