The Ultimate Palm Beach Relocation Guide

Considering a move to Palm Beach County? Get the must-have guide from the area's top real estate team.

What's In The Guide?

Get a virtual tour of popular Palm Beach County neighborhoods, complete with local resources to make your move easy.

A sneak peek at what's inside:

  • What to expect in Palm Beach county's most popular neighborhoods.
  • The local's guide to favorite restaurants, shopping and attractions.
  • Curated list of the area's top vendors.
  • Neighborhood utility information.
  • What to know about domiciling in Florida.
  • And more!

East Boca Raton

Starting just east of the 95, East Boca Raton is known for its diversity and cultural presence. Situated in the downtown area of Boca, there are many artistic and cultural venues that offer a wide range of activities for all ages. East Boca Raton's true gems are the two-mile stretch of lifeguard protected beaches and Mizner Park, the magnificent promenade, perfect for dining out, shopping or catching a live show.

West & Central Boca Raton

Defined as west of the 95 but east of the Turnpike, Central Boca Raton has the best of both worlds. While it maintains the metropolitan lifestyle of East Boca Raton, the natural beauty of Florida is still in the forefront. West of the Turnpike, West Boca offers the flourishing beauty of what we all want out of our suburban, South Florida experience.

Delray Beach

Delray Beach is a 3-time winner of the AllAmerica City award, and has been rated Most Fun Small Town by Rand McNally, USA Today and the Travel Channel. The classic allure of a historic, beach town meets the luxury of South Florida in Delray Beach. Whether you're spending your day walking Atlantic Avenue, taking in the sights and sounds, or watching sea-turtle eggs hatch on the beach, you're sure to fall in love with Delray Beach.

Highland Beach

Highland Beach is a quiet town nestled between Delray Beach and Boca Raton. Highland Beach features zero traffic lights and the only retail to be found is the luxurious Delray Sands Resort, where residents freqently enjoy seaside brunches at Latitudes.

Boynton Beach

In 1894, so impressed by its natural beauty, Nathan S. Boynton founded what is known today as Boynton Beach. In this boutique city, you can really find the Old Florida charm. Within Boynton, there are 8 recreation centers, 29 parks, a swimming pool, a municipal beach, and lots of youth, teen, and adult senior programs.


Manalapan is a small town located along the Intracoastal Waterway. Due to its prime location, Manalapan is home to one of the most beautiful and pristine beaches in South Florida. Notable residents of Manalapan include famed criminal defense attorney, F. Lee Bailey; boxing promoter, Don King; The Guinnesses; and Netscape founder, Jim Clark.

West Palm Beach

Vibrant and ever-expanding, West Palm Beach is the central city of Palm Beach County. The population of WPB is made up of young professionals, affluent families, and active retirees. Days in West Palm Beach are spent shopping at The Square, dining on the water, or at the golf course. In the evenings, Clematis Street lights up with live music and shows, as well as excellent dinner and bar options.

Palm Beach Island

Just north of Boynton Beach and Lake Worth are the Greater Palm Beaches. The most luxurious of which is Palm Beach Island, known for its glitz, beaches, and upscale boutiques, galleries and restaurants. Palm Beach Island is home to many celebrities such as Bill Gates, Jimmy Buffett, Rod Stewart, and the Trump/ Kushner Family. Located in the east is the world-famous, Worth Avenue, a gorgeous, European-inspired shopping district.

Palm Beach Gardens

Palm Beach Gardens is located just 9 miles of the larger, West Palm Beach. It is home to The Professional Golfers' Association of America, and is known, above all else, for its golf culture. It is rich with public art, preserves and nature trails, and high-end dining options.


Jupiter is the northernmost town in Palm Beach County. Jupiter residents enjoy Palm Beach County's opulence, without having to surrender Jupiter's natural beauty and small town feel. Some of Jupiter's highlights include the coastal rivers, lagoons, inlets and endless miles of gorgeous beaches. Amongst its excess of natural beauty are horse, hiking, and bike trails.

Jupiter Island

Jupiter Island is an extraordinary sanctuary that is part of Florida's treasure coast. It is technically part of Martin County, however it borders Palm Beach County. This serene community stretches about 17 miles along the Atlantic Ocean. It is very prestigious as it has been sought after by athletes, business magnates, and even former presidents. It is also close to a lot of the Treasure Coast's cultural, recreational and sporting avenues.

Considering a move to Palm Beach County?

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The Koolik Group

The Koolik Group are Boca Raton’s premier realtors not just in name. The Koolik family has served South Florida for over 35+ years, selling upwards of 3,000+ homes sold with $1.8 billion in home sales.

Steven, Elliot, and Wendy’s experience, leadership, and family values, combined with Compass’s statewide and international exposure, along with the latest in real estate technology and marketing, makes The Koolik Group the best choice to manage your real estate needs.

This one-of-a-kind family team specializes in custom estate homes, country club properties, waterfront properties, and luxury condominiums throughout Palm Beach, Broward, and Miami-Dade County.