The beaches along the Atlantic are some of the most beautiful in the State of Florida.

Welcome to Delray


A picturesque beach community permeated with coastal style in South Florida

Delray, Florida is in Palm Beach County and lies approximately 50 miles north of Miami. West Palm Beach lies to the north of Delray, Florida. Delray is often referred to as Delray Beach. Tourism is a major component of the economy in Delray, Florida, but the city is not one-dimensional. Technology companies, agriculture, and commercial flower production are some of the main economic forces in this region of Florida. The beaches of south Florida are stunning with warm and turquoise waters from the Gulf Stream. Miami is nearby and offers all the amenities of an urban metropolis. Delray, Florida is home to approximately 65,000 residents.

Delray, Florida has a tropical climate with warm, dry winters. The average low in February is a balmy 59-degrees Fahrenheit. The ProWorld Tennis Academy is in Delray, Florida and it contains a large stadium and 20 tennis courts. Another notable feature in Delray is the Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens. Delray is also home to two miles of public beaches and bars and restaurants lining Atlantic Avenue. 

What to Love


Local Lifestyle


Life in Delray, Florida is exciting and pleasant. The beaches along the Atlantic are some of the most beautiful in the State of Florida. The Pineapple Grove Arts District is a center for art galleries and performance artists in downtown Delray. Painters, writers, and dancers all enjoy living here and working in South Florida. Plays and classes are offered at the Delray Beach Playhouse. Residents also enjoy having fun at Wakodahatchee Wetlands.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping


Delray, Florida offers some of the best fresh seafood at its amazing restaurants. Nightlife is also a prominent part of life in South Florida. One of the most notable restaurants in Delray is El Camino. Serving Mexican cuisine in a beautiful dining room complete with a Tequila bar, El Camino has delicious tamales, chicharrones, and carne asada tacos. El Camino also serves a vast array of cocktails, beers, and wines. Le Sorelle is a popular Italian eatery serving traditional Italian dishes such as fettuccine alla bolognese, branzino al sale, and trancio di salmone.

The Warren is an eclectic restaurant serving steaks, American food, and fresh seafood dishes. Some of the most notable menu items at the Warren include pan-seared Chilean sea bass, charred octopus, and Florida stone crab claws. Signature cocktails are also served at the Warren. The modern steakhouse, Cut 432, is one of the best restaurants in Delray, Florida. Petite filet mignons and Delmonicos are served up along with jumbo asparagus and pancetta Brussel sprouts. Australian lobster tail and jerk spiced octopus a la plancha are also popular at this impressive restaurant. Delray Shopping Center and The Big Apple Shopping Bazaar are two of the most popular malls in Delray, Florida.

Things to Do


Delray, Florida residents enjoy exploring south Florida and appreciate the natural beauty offered by one of the most ecologically varied regions in the United States. Five athletic fields are in Delray, Florida where residents enjoy playing soccer, baseball, and basketball. Surfing is also a popular sport throughout south Florida. The Great Florida Birding Trail is a great place for ornithologists to explore the biodiversity of south Florida. Several parks and museums are located throughout Delray, Florida. Residents enjoy spending time outdoors and basking in the sunny Florida weather. 



The schools in Delray are served by the School District of Palm Beach County. The following schools are some of the most notable in Delray, Florida:


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