The Palm Beaches, Florida, is the perfect place to unwind and reconnect on a luxurious wellness escape. With 47 miles of beautiful coastline, epic outdoor adventures and a nourishing culinary scene, travellers are invited to rediscover the quieter side of Florida in 2023.
Much more than a place to rest your head
With many new and exciting renovations, The Palm Beaches is home to a collection of resorts offering much more than just a place to rest your head.
For a taste of true elegance, stay at The Boca Raton Tower, which has recently seen a $200 million reimagination ahead of its 100th anniversary, bringing an elevated new perspective of luxury travel to The Palm Beaches.
The breathtaking Spa Palmera has also been exquisitely reimagined in partnership with lifestyle expert Colin Cowie to become an Alhambra Palace-inspired sanctuary, offering guests a wellness journey like no other.
Switch off and experience the spa’s signature Ritual Bath – a series of water-based experiences that begin with a warm aromatic bath and scrub in a luxurious personal tub before a stimulating Swiss shower for increased circulation and a warm water massage from the “Deluge” to leave the mind, body and soul truly rejuvenated.
Plant power in The Palm Beaches
Whether you’re trying Veganuary or just aiming to eat more fruit and veg this year, The Palm Beaches, Florida, is the perfect place to discover the power of plants. With West Palm Beach GreenMarket having been voted the ‘Best Farmers Market’ in the USA Today 10 Best Readers’ Choice Poll, travellers are sure to source the most delectable culinary delights from vegan treats and mouth-watering bakes to fresh ceviche and juices containing superfoods to fuel your exploration.
Running until the 15th of April, the GreenMarket not only features over 100 vendors offering fresh local produce, but also offers pop-up events such as local walking tours and flower arranging classes.
Reconnect in the quieter side of Florida
Those eager to disconnect to reconnect will enjoy exploring the Palm Beaches’ plethora of nature trails on a cycling adventure. Head to Arthur R. Marshall Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge at Boynton Beach, transporting visitors to a verdant jungle.
With over 145,000 acres of marshland and an abundance of native wildlife, including American alligators, endangered snail kites, and many species of birds, the refuge is the perfect spot to switch off from the stresses of everyday life.
For those keen to take to the water, try Yoga on the Water classes with expert Yogi Shelby Hunzinger, where a brief paddle takes you out to a quiet floating studio for the most tranquil yet energising fitness experience. Whether you have your poses perfected or have never tried Yoga before, there is something for all abilities on the shores of The Palm Beaches.
For more information, visit www.thepalmbeaches.com.
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