Enjoy a quaint, waterfront community, with a small-town atmosphere, when you purchase one of the many Tequesta, Florida homes for sale. This friendly community features a laid-back mentality, but includes plenty of options and activities for residents to do in Tequesta, and all along the Florida east coast. Explore the area of Northern Palm Beach County for some of the very best in Tequesta, Florida homes for sale. Tequesta is a small community located in Northern Palm Beach County, just north of Jupiter, Florida, along Route 1. North Palm Beach, Riviera Beach and West Palm Beach are all to the south of Tequesta, Florida. With just over two square miles, the Village of Tequesta has around 5,600 residents. Although the population is small, the area is rich in offerings, including its residential real estate choices.
Things To Do in Tequesta
Enjoy all the outdoor recreational opportunities possible within the beautiful beaches of Tequesta, Florida. Saint Lucie Inlet Preserve State Park is full of options for residents, including snorkeling, diving, boating and fishing. There are also a number of public parks in this area of Northern Palm Beach County. Close to the Village of Tequesta is the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse. Dating back to the 1800s, this Jupiter historic site is on the National Register of Historic Places and is now the site of public tours. Jupiter is also home to the Florida History Center and Museum, giving residents a lesson in the rich history of the area. If baseball is your passion, this is a great area of Palm Beach County to live. Both the Miami Marlins and the St. Louis Cardinals conduct spring training in Jupiter. Two minor league baseball teams also call the area home. Racing fans will appreciate the Palm Beach International Raceway. It is located just to the west of Jupiter, and features racing year-round. Nearby North Palm Beach includes one of the best municipal golf courses in the South Florida area. It was redesigned by Jack Nicklaus. As well, there are around 150 other public, and private, golf courses within the limits of Palm Beach County. North Palm Beach also offers some superb snorkeling and diving locations in both man-made and natural reefs. Travel south to West Palm Beach, Florida for a number of other recreational and entertainment options. The Kravis Center for the Performing Arts is the place to go to view the opera, ballet, and musical productions year-round. For an observatory and planetarium, visit the South Florida Science Museum, also located in West Palm Beach. The Norton Museum of Art is the largest art museum in South Florida, and open to both residents and tourists. The Intracoastal in this area also provides additional options for boating, fishing and diving all year round.