Two cities on opposing coasts in Southern Florida, boasting exquisite architecture and privileged offerings go toe to toe.
It’s no surprise that Florida’s “Paradise Coast” has unlimited offerings for sophisticated palate. Indulge in impressive fare and signature cocktails at Ocean Prime, or satisfy that Italian hankering at the robust Osteria Tulia.
Palm Beach’s critically acclaimed Buccan has been serving small plates with big flavor since 2011, while authentic French bistro Chez Jean-Pierre has an extensive wine list and decadent handmade desserts.
Hit the links at legendary Naples Beach Hotel & Golf Club, designed by course architect John Sanford in collaboration with Jack Nicklaus. Also try the sophisticated world-class Tiburón Golf Club at The Ritz-Carlton, which hosts two PGA tournaments.
Laid out like a “string of pearls,”Banyan Golf Club in West Palm Beach was designed with no two holes alike. Or test your skills at the legendary PGA National including five championship golf courses (private).
Emphasizing modern and contemporary art, The Baker Museum showcases several traveling exhibitions along with a slew of permanent collections in this 30,000 square-foot museum.
The Norton Art Museum has become one of Florida’s major cultural institutions with the distinguished
permanent collections of American, Chinese, contemporary and European art.
Fifth Avenue South has been the dubbed the unofficial “Main Street” in Naples with copious amounts of
shopping, dining, and entertainment. Stroll through Tin City for a taste of that old Florida charm with over 30 unique boutiques and waterfront dining.
As one of the most sophisticated shopping venues in the country, Worth Avenue of Palm Beach is home to designer fashion and specialty boutiques. Check out Antique Row for vintage furnishings in Palm Beach’s art and design district.
Tying Up Your Boat
Combining an abundance of amenities and a unique waterfront experience, Naples Bay Resort is Southwest
Florida’s only waterfront hotel with a full operation marina and direct access to the Gulf of Mexico.
Accommodating boats up to 200 feet, Old Port Cove is a true resort style marina located on a beautiful
sixty-acre peninsula or in downtown West Palm Beach, Palm Harbor Marina accepts vessels up to 250 feet.