The town of Juno beach is a quaint place in Palm beach county. Surrounded by blue beaches, coconut and palms is a serene place to stay and enjoy the sunshine throughout the year. It is just an hour and half away from the most famous Miami.
Juno beach Pier:
The top attraction of this town is the Juno beach pier. A beautiful beach with perfect views to watch the sunrise and fish in the morning.
If you are lucky enough, you may even see a shark. Run along the coastline or surf the waves as it is also a surfers’ paradise. Plus, this pier is not as crowded as Clearwater beach pier. Sometimes, you might even have a whole pier to yourself.
Price: $1 to enter the pier
Loggerhead marinelife center:
The famous Loggerhead is a non-profit organization dedicated to conservation of ocean and sea turtles. The center takes care of and treats sick, injured sea turtles and release back into the ocean once they are medically clear.
You can see some of the largest sea turtles in the marine center. You can also adopt an injured sea turtle at this marine center.
Juno beach cafe:
Just about 1.5mile from the beach and right opposite to the loggerhead center is the Juno beach café. This is my go-to breakfast place in the town. I cannot choose just one delicacy on the menu as every single dish is yummmm. Their Uncle Eddy pancakes, Banana Nut bread, waffles, Egg Benedicts are amazing. Best thing is they serve breakfast all day. So, you can have the famous pancakes all day.
The waterfront restaurant overlooking the drawbridge is a beautiful place to have your lunch or dinner.
Offering their local beers and amazing food along with great views of the intracoastal waterway is a perfect place to hangout and get the most of Florida.
The other side of the Juno drawbridge is the waterway cafe. Enjoy your evening with a shot or two in this happening cafe by the water overlooking the drawbridge and boats crossing by.
Carmine’s La Trattoria:
Party your way out and make the most of happy hours in Carmine’s restaurant overlooking the yatch club. A local’s favorite! Don’t forget to eat their oysters!
Also, do check out my blog post on Jupiter which is just few minutes away from the town of Juno.