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Unwind in the south Florida sunshine with a relaxing retreat to Boca Raton. At The Boca Raton, improve your swing at the Kellie Stenzel Golf Academy or relax at the on-site spa, voted #1 in the world by Condé Nast Traveler and modeled after the Alhambra palace in Spain. Choose from beautiful resort suites or from spacious two-bedroom apartments like Areca within the Boca Bungalows and enjoy a plethora of amenities, including private beach access, three swimming pools, and four dining options.
Nestled along Florida’s ritzy Gold Coast, Boca Raton is home to championship golf, world-class tennis, and white-sand shores. The southernmost coastal city within Palm Beach County, Boca leaves the bustling nightlife to Miami to the south—here, it’s all about leisure sports, sophisticated cuisine, and upscale shopping. Glamorous oceanfront resorts, some of which date back nearly a century, are places to see and be seen as you lounge poolside or dine alfresco. Seek out a bit of culture in the form of spectacular art museums (like the Boca Raton Museum of Art), jazz clubs, and concerts at Mizner Park.
A coastal and marine environmental experience, Gumbo Limbo Nature Center has been in operation since 1984. Twenty acres of protected barrier island serves as a refuge to dozens of animals and marine life.
This 132-acre park is a delightful area managed by the City of Boca Raton and features a Children's Science Explorium, the Willow Theatre, science playground, carousels, and an indoor gymnasium.
Inspired to catch your own lunch? Book a half- or full-day deep-sea fishing charter with area outfitters, who trawl the Atlantic waters off the coast of Boca in search of mahi, tuna, kingfish, and sailfish.
Boca Raton enjoys a subtropical climate characterized by ample sunshine and pleasant conditions throughout the year. Temperatures are warm year-round, though summers tend to be humid and often reach highs in the upper 80s or low 90s. Winters are mild, with low temperatures occasionally dipping into the 60s. Hurricane season is roughly June through November.