Delray Beach, Florida


An intimate town with big-city sophistication, Delray Beach is located on the Atlantic Ocean between Boca Raton and Palm Beach.  Both the Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach Airports are just 30-45 minutes away.

The two-time All American City offers an appealing variety of guest accommodations for visitors staying for a few days, a few weeks or several months. Whether luxurious or quaint, historic or modern, visitors are sure to discover that perfect place to stay.

Downtown Delray’s Atlantic Avenue, which runs through the center of town from I-95 to the ocean, is the longest Main Street in Florida. Home to more than 250 restaurants, galleries and boutiques, Atlantic Avenue  features brick paved sidewalks lined by live oaks, royal palm trees and decorative street lamps.

With more than 20 art galleries, Delray Beach offers stunning choices in media ranging from oil paintings and original sculpture to vintage poster art and dramatic Native American works. Scattered throughout the Downtown – including the Pineapple Grove Arts District and West Atlantic areas  — are striking sculptures and murals that bring art to the streets.

Bordered on the east by three miles of pristine beachfront, Delray Beach features 12 city parks, marinas, bicycle and walking trails and a skateboard park.