The three Florida villages of Jupiter, Tequesta, and Juno Beach combine rich history, culture, and natural beauty to provide a retirement community with an unsurpassed quality of life. Retirees who enjoy communities with a small town feel and the benefits of a growing area will find these Northern Palm Beach County villages appealing. There are more than 100 miles of unspoiled beaches along the ocean, rivers, and the intracoastal waterway. Florida Atlantic University's MacArthur Campus is a valuable addition to Jupiter. The population is about 50,000 and growing rapidly.
Located just to the north of Palm Beach, Jupiter represents an alternative to living in the big city or in a very affluent community. This diverse city is warm in the winter and has a rich array of choices for retirement living, including some extremely upscale golf and boating developments. Photo of Jupiter lighthouse is courtesy of Wikipedia and Stephen Ewen.
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