Welcome to Manalapan
Manalapan is a small, secluded town in Palm Beach County, located roughly halfway between Delray Beach and Palm Beach. With just around 465 permanent residents, Manalapan is a low-density town that’s home to some of the most expensive and luxurious real estate in the world.
Most of Manalapan occupies a long, narrow barrier island, bordered by bridges to the north and south, the Intracoastal Waterway to the west, and the azure waters of the Atlantic Ocean to the east. There’s also a section of town occupying the bottom portion of Hypoluxo Island.
Manalapan offers residents a tranquil and private environment in which to enjoy the beautiful natural surroundings.
What To Do in Manalapan:
Manalapan is home to one of the most beautiful and pristine beaches in South Florida, and much of daily life revolves around this gorgeous stretch of sand. Locals take advantage of the incredible year-round climate to spend time relaxing, exercising, and socializing on the sugary-white sand. The clear, aquamarine waters of the Atlantic Ocean are calm and inviting, and the gentle breeze tempers the summertime humidity.
Manalapan locals enjoy an active outdoor lifestyle, and there are plenty of parks and open spaces within easy reach of the town. Ocean Inlet Park is located just to the south of Manalapan in Boynton Beach and is a popular local spot for launching a kayak, enjoying a family picnic, or spending a quiet afternoon fishing from the picturesque pier. To the north of town, Lantana Nature Preserve is another popular spot for outdoor recreation. This wonderful little park features hiking trails that pass through lush, tropical landscaping, offering a quiet, shaded respite from the sun.
Also, The Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa is a luxurious way to spend your time on the ocean
Top Restaurants in Manalapan:
Polpo Palm Beach (at The Eau Resort), Oceano Kitchen, Mario’s, Thaikyo
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