Welcome to Juno Beach
A quaint coastal town steeped with local Florida charm
Juno Beach stretches along the coast between Jupiter and Palm Beach. It has a small-town feel that is supported by the many locally-owned boutiques and cafes that call it home. Bordered on one side with a warm, sandy beach and on the other side with an intracoastal waterway, Juno Beach feels tucked away from the rest of the world.
The area that is now Juno Beach was once an important transportation stop along the Indian River. But as time went on and transportation progressed, Juno Beach wasn’t needed in the same way. In the mid-1900s, the Seminole Golf Club was created and the charming residential areas grew up around it, helping to create the Juno Beach of today.
Luxury condos and charming single-family homes populate the streets of Juno Beach. Stunning beachfront properties with pools, amenities and sweeping ocean views are the prime choice here, but even those set back from the waterfront are idyllic homes.
What to Love
- A charming small-town feel
- Outdoor activities such as surfing and beach fun
- A community full of local shops and restaurants
- Close to the vibrant amenities of Jupiter and Palm Beaches
Juno Beach provides a relaxed lifestyle to its residents, with surfing, stunning beaches, and golf courses galore. This is the perfect place to live for those who want a warm, welcoming community with great weather and peaceful neighborhoods. Because it’s nestled between Jupiter and Palm Beaches, it has a small-town feel while still having easy access to world-class amenities.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
The casual charm of Juno Beach seeps into the restaurants and shopping here, with most of the town favorites being locally-owned and small boutiques. However, for those searching for larger-scale experiences, Juno Beach residents have many options in the surrounding towns.
Portofino Bistro Mediterraneo is a charming Mediterranean restaurant with some of the best prawns in the area. Juno Beach Fish House is just a block from the ocean, and from how fresh its fish is, it feels like they bring it straight here. It’s a community favorite, full of character and quality. Many Juno Beach Residents get their caffeine fix at Papa Kwan’s, but this cute cafe also has a full menu and weekends full of live music. Locally caught seafood awaits in the buzzy, tropical atmosphere of Ke’e Grill.
Sylvia’s by the Sea is nestled in Juno Beach Shoppes and sells quaint home goods and gifts with a Florida flair. Minutes away in Palm Beach Gardens sits The Gardens Mall, a glorious mecca of luxury shopping and dining. The anchor stores are the typical big names: Macy’s, Nordstrom, and Saks Fifth Avenue. They also have Caroline Herrera, Louis Vuitton, and Michael Kors as well as Anthropologie, Sephora, and Apple, just to name a few.
Things to Do
Juno Beach is an outdoor lover’s paradise. With everything from gorgeous nature areas to dog beaches to golf courses, there’s something for everyone.
Where Juno Beach meets its neighbor Jupiter, is the area’s only uber dog-friendly beach, Jupiter Off-Leash Dog Beach. Walk along the miles of trails, both paved and unpaved, that wind through Juno Dunes Natural Area. Much of the area is also accessible by kayak, for those that would rather take in the beauty of this preserve from the water.
Take in the beauty of the Atlantic Ocean at Juno Beach Pier, or grab your fishing pole and either go out on your own or join a fishing class—there are also kid’s fishing programs throughout the year. Juno Beach is home to one of the most elite and private golf courses, Seminole Golf Club. For a day out on the water, Loggerhead Marinas is the perfect place to launch your adventure.
Juno Beach is served by the wonderful public schools of Palm Beach County School District as well as a handful of wonderful private schools. Though most of them are not directly in Juno Beach, they’re easily accessible and welcoming.