Boca Raton

Boca Raton is known for its beautiful beaches, golf courses, great climate, and amazing shopping destinations.

Welcome to Boca Raton

This city is an oceanside oasis.
As the second-largest city in the Palm Beaches area of Florida, Boca Raton has plenty to offer its lucky residents. WalletHub even ranked Boca Raton third on its list of Best Beach Towns to Live In, based on affordability, weather, a thriving economy, education and health resources, and high quality of life. The beginning of this now-thriving beachside community dates back to the late 1800s when it served as an agricultural hub for growing vegetables and pineapples. The Town of Boca Raton was incorporated in May 1925 and, over the past nearly 100 years, has become a leader in tourism, manufacturing, and high technology industries. 
From beachfront condos to single-family homes, Boca Raton offers various housing types. The myriad of architectural styles is equally as varied, enabling new homebuyers to find a style that best suits them. A drive through the town will reveal an assortment of Mediterranean homes, Art Deco-style homes, or Craftsman homes.

What to Love

  • Varied architectural styles 
  • Warm weather year-round and 205 days of sunshine
  • Close access to nature and top-notch beaches

Local Lifestyle

Home to just over 97,000 people, Boca Raton appeals to residents from all walks of life and backgrounds. Everyone from retirees to families to working professionals has made their home here. It’s become a particularly popular place to raise a family, in large part due to the excellent school system. In fact, Boca Raton schools rank in the top 10% of Florida public schools, which means that parents can rest assured that their children will receive the best education available. The town also offers a mix of public and private schools, as well as several universities, including Florida Atlantic University and Lynn University.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

If shopping is your guilty pleasure, then you’ve come to the right place! From boutique-lined streets to sprawling shopping malls, Boca Raton has it all. For an open-air shopping experience, head to Mizner Park, home to over three dozen stores. Browse through clothing, lifestyle, and household goodies at stores such as Francesca’s, Tommy Bahama, Z Gallerie, and plenty more. Town Center at Boca Raton is another high-end shopping destination, offering a diverse mix of luxe stores and local boutiques. 
After a day of shopping, nourish yourself at one of Boca Raton’s many notable restaurants. Seafood lovers will enjoy a meal at City Fish Market or Luff’s Fish House, while those in search of a more casual coastal flare can find that at Max’s Grille.

Things to Do

Boca Raton has five miles of pristine beachfront, giving residents and visitors alike ample opportunities for swimming, sunbathing, and soaking up the sunshine. If you’re a fan of snorkeling or fishing, head over to Red Reef Beach, a 67-acre oceanfront park with a nature center and plenty of swimming spots. Immerse yourself in nature at the Gumbo Limbo Nature Center, a 20-acre coastal preserve that you don’t want to miss. Admire the butterfly garden, visit the sea turtle sanctuary, or enjoy a stroll along the boardwalk trails.
Art lovers can look forward to exploring the Boca Raton Museum of Art, which has been a staple of the community since its first opening seventy years ago. The museum features modern and contemporary American and European collections, as well as a thoughtfully-designed sculpture garden.


Boca Raton is served by The School District of Palm Beach County and is proud to offer its students access to a number of top-notch educational institutions. View notable schools below:

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