Seniors Enjoy Delray Beach


Delray Beach, Florida is a coastal city in Palm Beach County, Florida. As of the 2010 census, the city had a total population of 60,000+, making it part of the Miami metropolitan area. Wikitravel has travel plans ready for senior travelers including information on the wonderful climate, what to See and Do, where to eat, where to stay and more.

All along the shoreline seniors will find the crystal clear Atlantic Ocean and in town a host of unique galleries and boutiques on Atlantic Avenue. Enjoy a night of dining and entertainment at any  award winning café or restaurant. When visitors stay in “Florida’s Village by the Sea,” at one of the grand hotels or a quaint seaside inn, they feel instantly the warm and friendly atmosphere that makes downtown Delray Beach a joy to visit.

 Seniors Flock To Best Small Town For Fun


Recently awarded “Best of the Road—Most Fun Small Town in America” by Rand McNally. That’s why I just had to check out Delray Beach. Just beyond the beach, Delray’s famed Atlantic Avenue awaits, with its shops, yacht cruises, restaurants, lounges, nightlife, and arts & cultural attractions.

And all that art. Delray Beach’s art scene is truly a feast for the eyes. Collectors and connoisseurs have a wide array of choices in media ranging from oil paintings and original sculpture to vintage poster art and dramatic Native American works. Gallery visitors often enjoy meeting the artists, whose visits are not restricted to special shows. Seniors can also enjoy the theater year-round, at several venues.

 The Famed Atlantic Avenue


With more than 140 restaurants in Delray Beach, on Atlantic Avenue and nearby side streets, senior visitors and locals alike can enjoy a diverse dining selection—from seafood, American, and Italian, to French, Asian, Cuban, and Mediterranean-inspired cuisine.

Me loving the Italian touch and my wife loving the seafoods offered, we would do well in Delray Beach. The town comes alive with music and a bustling nightlife every night of the week, where senior visitors can enjoy cocktails, kick back in a lounge, or dance under the stars.

 And Senior Gourmets…


What do you get when you combine some super food, one of the best beach towns to be found anywhere in the country, and Florida’s longest dining table? The perfect recipe for a good time, of course – it’s all in Delray Beach.

Located just north of Boca Raton, this Palm Beach County city is an exciting beachside town with a plethora of galleries, shops and boutiques. And gourmets…the annual Savor the Avenue event, generally held in March, transforms a five-block stretch of famed Atlantic Avenue into the longest dining table in Florida, seating more than 1,000 guests and all are welcome.

Come and visit Delray Beach and enjoy all the amenities. jeb


  1. Very good info. Lucky me I ecently found your site by chance
    (stumbleupon). I have book-marked it for later!

    my blog: SEO in St Albans (

Leave a reply

Find Your Destination

Travel DestinationsTypes of Vacation/Travel
  • Polls

    Where would you most like to travel in 2013?

    View Results

    Loading ... Loading ...