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Lantana Florida, one of the Palm Beaches in Palm Beach County, offers a plethora of fun activities near the beach for you and your family. Discover marine life at one of its centers, learn to scuba dive, or check out the arts scene in downtown Lake Worth. This melting pot beach town definitely has something for you. Many of the rentals are located just a stone’s throw away from the beach, or a short, 10-minute drive north in the eclectically cool town of Lake Worth.Florida style beach rentals
These Lantana vacation rentals have just what you need to make your relaxing trip to Florida complete. You will be immersed in the laid-back Florida culture without ever needing to leave the comfort of your rental. These rentals are suitable for couples and families looking for an escape from the busy city life. You will have all the creature comforts as well as a fully equipped kitchen and large living room with a TV. Many of these rentals also feature a swimming pool, beach views and a garden space where you can sunbathe and meditate.
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The area and getting around
With Lake Worth and West Palm Beach in the north and Boynton Beach to the south, it’s a great hub for day-trips to Miami, Fort Lauderdale and the Everglades National Park. However, there’s plenty to do to keep you busy in Lantana for both adults and children. For a little entertainment, catch a performance at The Lake Worth Playhouse. Lake Worth Casino Building and Beach Complex will provide fun activities in a classic, Florida heritage style building. For a little golf, head over to The Links at Boynton Beach and then hang out at Boynton Beach Mall for shopping, dining and entertainment.An area rich in ethnic food and eclectic culture
Feast yourself on Florida’s signature ethnic food. South Florida’s food scene is uniquely characterized by its Cuban, Caribbean and Latin American influences. This mouthwatering culinary combo can be had at Victoria’s Peruvian Cuisine, as well as other great venues. Surprisingly, this area has its own signature wine which can be tasted at Sons and Daughters Farm and Winery. Be sure to also sample the brew at Due South Brewing. Art lovers should head over to downtown Lake Worth for their lively eclectic art scene. While you’re sightseeing in the area, check out the classic Key-West style cottages in Lake Worth.
Travelers and activities
Lantana has lots of accessible nature parks for nature lovers looking to explore South Florida’s unique tropical wetland environment. Lantana Nature Preserve has a nice, well-maintained trail taking you through the lush flora and fauna of the area. In one hour you might see turtles, migratory birds or even alligators. The Hypoluxo Scrub Natural Area takes you through 98 acres of wetlands with walking trails and features a wildlife observation tower. Last but not least, if you really want to see Florida’s awe-inspiring wetlands in all their glory, then you must visit the Everglades National Park. For epic views of the park, try seeing the everglades on a high-speed airboat.Lantana for Waters ports Lovers
Water babies will feel they’ve hit the jackpot with the many water sports available in Lantana. Learn how to scuba dive at Wet Pleasures Dive Outfitters. Try exhilarating activities like kite boarding, parasailing, paddleboarding and underwater exploration. Boaters will be happy to know that they can easily charter a boat, or perhaps see the dolphins with Dolphin Sun Dive Charters. Take your kids for a fun water adventure with Aqua Safari Adventures. Also, apart from the usual fishing activities, you might enjoy something completely new like spear fishing, if you have the aptitude, or lobster hunting.
Oysters used to be Lantana’s main industry back in the early 1900s.
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Lantana’s 8-acre beach has almost 800 feet of shoreline. Walking on this beach is a walk in history thanks to the legendary "Barefoot Mailman" who made it famous. Lantana was once a necessary stop along the legendary mailman’s route because of its important role in the early pioneer days of The Palm Beaches.2. Boardwalk your way through the jungle
While in Lantana you must visit Arthur R. Marshall Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge. Part of the Everglades National Forest, this stunning wildlife wetland park will grant you views of gators, birds and other spectacular animals. Visitors can enjoy the numerous trails on bike or foot. The more adventurous can try canoeing or kayaking their way through the scenic park.3. Take day trips to Miami
If you’ve got the time for a day trip, what better place to go than the world-famous, glamorous city of Miami? Besides going to the beach, while you’re here you may want to check out hotspots like: the Art Deco District, Jungle Island and Little Havana. Be sure to stay for Miami’s world-renowned nightlife before crawling back to your rental.4. Visit the Morikami Museum and meditate in Japanese Gardens
A center for Japanese culture and arts, you won’t want to miss taking a walk in this picturesque beauty. You will feel as if you’ve stepped into a Japanese postcard as you take a walk through six historical gardens and view the fascinating exhibits on display in the museum. Be sure to check out their inspiring cultural events and workshops.5. Visit The Sandoway Discovery Center
Learn about South Florida’s fragile marine ecosystem hosted in a lovely historical home. You will be educated about both marine and freshwater animals through their many live exhibits featuring alligator, shark, and stingray feedings, special close encounters with animals, and, if you have some spare time on your hands, you can join one of their beach cleaning events.