5 Reasons to Visit Palm Beach in the Summer

 
 

From surfing to sunbathing, Shakespeare festivals to 4th July fireworks, these are the best reasons to visit Palm Beach in the summer.

 

04th April 2018

The Chesterfield Palm Beach

Palm Beach is a famous winter sun destination, but its year-round sunshine and jam-packed events calendar make it an excellent choice for a summer break, too. Check into The Chesterfield Palm Beach and make the most of area’s wealth of outdoor activities, pristine beaches, lively summer events and gorgeous outdoor dining.

Palm Beach in Summer

Adventures in the Great Outdoors

Make the most of Palm Beach’s sunny weather and beautiful surroundings by trying a few of the many water sports and outdoor activities available in the area. Brush up on your paddle boarding and surfing skills or take a canoe or kayak down the scenic Loxahatchee River. Those who prefer a gentler pace can opt for a boat tour of the Intracoastal Waterway, take a stroll along the Palm Beach Lake Trail, or even enjoy a spot of fishing.

Al fresco dining

Outdoor dining is one of summer’s real pleasures, and Palm Beach is home to an impressive collection of restaurants that serve fantastic food in an al fresco setting. There are few more romantic locations for an intimate dinner than The Courtyard, which is inspired by traditional European gardens as well as classic Palm Beach style. Tuck into chef Gerard Coughlin’s menu, which includes fresh lobster salad as well as Josper wood grilled steak, and soak up the magic of this special setting on a summer’s evening.

Palm Beach in Summer

Experience 4th July on Flagler

Celebrate Independence Day in true American style with this lively event in the heart of Palm Beach. The largest Independence Day celebration in the state, the festivities begin in the afternoon and include live music, games and tasty food and drink stalls. Don’t miss the famous fireworks display, which uses its Intracoastal Waterway as its backdrop to dazzling effect.

Take your pick of 47 miles of beaches

Trips to the beach are a summer essential, and thanks to this stunning stretch of Florida shoreline, you can easily find your perfect patch of sand. The hotel will gladly kit guests out with all the equipment they require for a day at the beach; it’s simply a case of choosing where to go. Midtown Beach is just eight minutes’ walk from the hotel and close by to the glitzy boutiques and restaurants of Worth Avenue. Take a short drive from the hotel to reach the idyllic R.G. Kreusler Park or the impressive Carlin Park, which has 3000ft of sandy beach in addition to tennis courts and a volleyball sand court.

Palm Beach in Summer

The Palm Beach Shakespeare Festival

Combining the world’s most famous playwright with an idyllic outdoor setting, The Palm Beach Shakespeare Festival takes place over two weekends in July. Located in the Seabreeze Amphitheater in Carlin Park, this year’s performance will be Antony and Cleopatra.Ask the hotel to prepare you a picnic in advance and enjoy a night of theatrical entertainment under the stars.

Experience the delights of summer in Palm Beach when you stay at The Chesterfield Palm Beach.

Image credits: Lead image, Stand Up Paddle Boarding © Discover The Palm Beaches. Jupiter Ocean Surfer © Discover The Palm Beaches. The Chesterfield Palm Beach Courtyard © Red Carnation Hotels. Worth Avenue Palm Beach © Discover The Palm Beaches.

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