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Tequesta located at the northern edge of South Florida’s metropolitan area, with some parts extending to Jupiter Island, The Village of Tequesta can be found along Route 1 in Northern Palm Beach Country. The village has the Loxahatchee River on one side and the Indian River on the other and is known for its friendly neighborhood vibe and small-town charm. This is a place where the arts community has a strong presence, which is no surprise given the area’s natural beauty that will surely inspire any artist. There are also various shopping, recreational and cultural activities that can be enjoyed here, making the village one of the most interesting places to live in Florida.
Nearby communities include Jupiter Inlet Colony to the east and Jupiter to the south. Tequesta has an estimated population of 5,800 permanent residents and a total land area of 2.2 square miles. Real estate here is diverse, varying from single-family homes to luxury condominiums that feature beautiful waterfront views and stunning sunsets amidst beautiful scenery.
Tequesta Quick Facts:
• The public schools here are managed by Palm Beach County and Tequesta has one private elementary school and two private preschools.
• Blowing Rocks Natural Preserve is one of Tequesta’s most popular destinations. It features rock formations with naturally formed holes in them, from which water shoots up (hence the name). The preserve is a relaxing day trip destination where visitors can enjoy the scenery as they take a relaxing walk through the pristine beach.
• Coral Cove Park is a great place to have picnic or spend a relaxing carefree afternoon with the kids. Visitors can go snorkeling at Rocky Beach, go paddle boarding or kayaking, and there’s a playground for the kids.
Tequesta hosts a variety of different events that are actively supported by the community and sponsored by the local government. Some of these exciting community events include Concerts in the Park, Tequesta Fest and Kidz Night.