19.4 Miles to Palm Beach International Airport (PBI)
67.2. Miles to Fort Lauderdale International Airport (FLL)
87.7 Miles to Miami International Airport (MIA)
Situated in a prime location between Jupiter and Hobe Sound, Tequesta provides a relaxed atmosphere and serene beauty. Residents can explore its long stretch of sandy beaches and admire the Atlantic Ocean’s captivating beauty. This quaint waterfront community boast river, intra-coastal, and ocean views.
Tequesta encourages active living with a host of recreational opportunities and outdoor events. This dynamic coastal village features hiking trails, picnic areas, and sports venues including baseball/softball fields, tennis courts, and a skate park.
The nearby Jonathan Dickinson State Park provides a natural oasis for boat rides on the Loxahatchee River, camping fun and a bounty of adventure programs and activities.
Tequesta offers excellent golf courses, country clubs, and golfing communities with elevated lots and stunning views of the fairways. Visitors and residents can easily access Florida’s finest golf venues in Tequesta and surrounding area.
The legendary home course at the Tequesta Country Club attracts all levels of golf enthusiasts, professionals and amateurs alike. Created by the prestigious golf course designer, Dick Wilson, and his then-assistant Joe Lee, the challenging par 71 Tequesta Country Club golf course is one of the oldest in Palm Beach County.
Tequesta takes tremendous pride in its arts scene and cultural influences. Since the village takes its name from the Tequesta Indians, this community understands about celebrating culture.
Besides its several art galleries, the fabulous murals and other public art displays by local artists are further proof of civic pride. The Lighthouse Art Center in Tequesta is the oldest and largest visual arts organization in Northern Palm Beach and Southern Martin County.
This two-building museum and School of Art facility contains a fine art collection and various educational exhibits. The Lighthouse Art Center provides a variety of tours and lectures as well as concerts and special events.
Coral Cove Park, the county’s most northern beach, is a quiet park with significant guarded beach frontage and 600 feet of Intracoastal Waterway frontage. The most prominent feature of this impressive beach is natural limestone which is part of the Atlantic Coastal Ridge.
With its marine life, countless sea shells, and surrounding warm waters for aquatic fun including swimming, paddle boarding, diving, water skiing, and especially sports fishing and snorkeling, Coral Cove Park has something for everyone.
The Blowing Rocks Preserve, a barrier island sanctuary, is located just over a mile to the north of the beach road. Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum is just 1.6 miles to the south of the park. Known as the gateway to spectacular Jupiter Island, Tequesta, Florida is a community worthy of exploring and calling home.
Tequesta, Florida is small and charming coastal town rich with proximity to world-class services and luxury amenities. Residents enjoy fine and casual dining and first-class shopping to include quaint shops and delightful boutiques in and around Tequesta and its neighboring towns along the coastal route.
Tourists come to visit Tequesta, and don’t want to leave this natural and scenic oasis. It is not unusual for visitors to return and find their dream home in this outstanding village. Come and live your dream in the tropical paradise of Tequesta.