Palm Beach 3 Town Tour
Come with us on a local journey celebrating a small corner of Florida’s riveting history. We will visit three little seaside towns in the area of the Jupiter Inlet and its tributary waterways up to Hobe Sound. Our first stop will be the Nature Conservancy’s Blowing Rocks Preserve, a great example of rare untouched coastal strand noted for its performing geyser-like rocks that send plumes of water streaming upwards at high tide.
Next, join us for an unforgettable lunch in the little seaside town of Hobe Sound. We will go to the eclectic and ever-popular Harry and the Natives restaurant. First opened on December 7, 1941, this beloved hangout is built of native tidewater pecky cypress. Packed with unusual sea-inspired artifacts and examples of local and family history, Harry’s will delight all of your senses, not the least of which will be your taste buds.
Then climb with us to the top of the 108-foot-tall Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse. This beautiful, bright red sentinel rests atop an ancient Indian mound making the breathtaking view from the top the most stunning in all of Palm Beach County. Delight in the story of a lighthouse that was first lit on July 10, 1860 and has survived wars, hurricanes, fire and the ravages of time to become one of the most romantic and well-loved structures in Florida.