This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
$10,500 - $21,000 per week 1-14 night min stay
$100 - $125 per night 3-5 night min stay
$1,800 per week 7 night min stay
$1,750 per month 31 night min stay
$2,250 - $2,700 per month 30 night min stay
South Palm Beach Travel Tips
South Palm Beach Vacation Rentals Offer Space and Beauty
Thirty-seven miles north of Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, is the small town of South Palm Beach. Located on a barrier island, the town has about 1,500 residents--very few in comparison to its famous neighbor to the north, which has upwards of 30,000. Despite its relatively diminutive population, though, South Palm Beach offers some of the best beachfront property of the Florida East Coast. Because of this, the growing market for Florida East Coast waterfront rentals can be seen here as well.
South Palm Beach Beach Homes are Accessible and Comfortable
The small population of South Palm Beach is actually one of the reasons that people want to spend their summers there, since the hotels and resorts of the region often leave renters feeling overcrowded. Here, though, there is a nice balance between the big city and the more peaceful suburban life--with access to the same big, blue ocean. Relax in the sun, play beach volleyball, go deep sea fishing in the Atlantic, go boating, go water skiing or do whatever your more adventurous side would like to do. Despite its small size, South Palm Beach does not lose much in the way of culture and city life. Renters of South Palm Beach beach homes can easily drive to Palm Beach or Ft. Lauderdale for an evening or for a day.
VRBO.com Offers the Best in Florida East Coast Waterfront Rentals
By getting in touch with the right owner through the right property management company, vacationers can come to South Palm Beach and take advantage of some of the most beautiful coastal property that the Florida East Coast has to offer, without having to worry about being crammed into the same area as a few thousand other vacationers or paying exorbitant amounts of money to stay at a resort.