Delray Beach

Delray Beach, a vibrant coastal community known as the “village by the sea,” offers residents and visitors a wide variety of attractions including white sandy beaches, trendy restaurants, and shopping.

On the Southeast Coast of Florida between Boynton Beach and Boca Raton lies the small yet sophisticated town of Delray Beach, where arts and culture meet the sea.

The town boasts two miles of glistening coastline, where beach and water activities attract more than 3 million visitors each year. Swim, surf, wind surf, paddleboard, play volleyball, snorkel, or sail at Delray Municipal Beach, and fish from the pier at Lake Ida.

Downtown Delray Beach’s Atlantic Avenue, which runs through the center of town from I-95 to the ocean, is the longest main street in Florida and brings travelers to boutique hotels, outdoor cafes, and upscale shops.

Visitors to Delray Beach will find a host of museums and art galleries to explore. Learn about the Black history and heritage of Palm Beach County at Spady Cultural History Museum and soak up the serenity of the Japanese gardens at the Morikami Museum. Follow the Delray Beach Art Trail to galleries and cultural centers, murals, and art installations.

Families with children won’t want to miss the Sandoway Discovery Center for animal encounters and to see shark, stingray, and aquarium feedings.

Plan your trip at Downtown Delray Beach and The Palm Beaches.

Swim, paddle, surf, and more at the beaches of Delray Beach.

Delray Municipal Beach
Anchor Park
Atlantic Dunes Park

Go a few miles inland for freshwater fishing and boating.

Lake Ida West Park
Lake Ida East Park

Delray Beach’s family-friendly attractions include animal exhibits, a children’s garden, and parks.

Sandoway Discovery Center
Delray Beach Children’s Garden
“505” Teen Center and Hobbit Skate Park

Delray Beach’s art scene includes cultural centers, art galleries, studios, museums, and live entertainment.

Spady Cultural History Museum
Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens
First Friday Art Walk
Delray Beach Art Trail
Downtown Delray Beach Fashion Week
Delray Affair
Old School Square Center for the Arts

Visitors can fish, hike, bike, paddle, swim, surf, and sail at Delray Beach parks.

Water sports rentals
Downtown Delray parks and nature
City parks
County parks

Take your dog for a paddleboard adventure, out to lunch, or to the dog park in Delray Beach.

Salty Dog Paddle
Dog parks
Deck 84

About the Neighborhood

There are community events
There's holiday spirit
Car is needed
It's walkable to grocery stores
It's walkable to restaurant
Good transit
Parking is easy
There are sidewalks
Streets are well-lit
Parks and playgrounds
Beach life
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Fort Lauderdale listings last updated Jun 15, 2024 4:38:am.