Man looking out on ocean near SeaGlass Jupiter Island with surf board balanced on his head

Famous for its beautiful natural landscapes, pristine beaches, and timeless lighthouse views, Jupiter is one of Florida’s best-hidden gems, luring avid sportsmen for decades. From diving or paddling the Intracoastal to world-class golf courses, it is here, where you will find the ultimate waterfront lifestyle. Discover why locals and visitors consider the small town of Jupiter a tropical haven.

Discover Under Water Treasures

With close proximity to the Gulf stream and several artificial reefs, Jupiter’s waterways are home to a beautiful saltwater habitat. With an impressive array of marine life, the area is a magnet for fishermen, snorkelers and divers alike. A few local hotspots include Area 51, Zion Train, Captain Mikes, all of which are known for the incredible underwater scenes. Divers often spot curious reef sharks, Loggerhead and Hawksbill turtles, eels, stingrays and more. The coastal waters are scattered with natural coral formations that are part of the Florida Reef Tract, which is the only living barrier coral reef in the continental United States and third largest in the world. Jonathan Dickinson State Park and DuBois Park are among the popular destinations for world-class fishing, diving, snorkeling, and paddle sports.

Paddle in Paradise

Local fitness enthusiasts and water lovers can spend hours exploring the incredible Jupiter waterways. Riverbend Park is among the popular destinations for kayaking and paddleboarding. A local favorite launch is Coral Cove Park because of its crystal-clear waters. Paddle right past the Jupiter lighthouse for spectacular blue water and gorgeous views. Paddleboarding and kayaking have quickly grown in popularity as these activities are a great excuse to exercise on the water. The area is home to unique waterfront dining, such as 1000 North, U Tiki, Jetty, Square Grouper, or Guanabanas. Your exercise can conclude a reward of paddling up to the bar!

Hook, Line and Sinker

Anglers from around the world have traveled to the small town of Jupiter to drop a line in these famous waters. From here, there is excellent inshore fishing in the Intracoastal and offshore fishing in the Atlantic Ocean. Locals often find an array of snook, redfish, sea trout, tarpon and seasonal fish like pompano in the inlets, docks, seawalls, and mangroves. This is also the best launchpad for boaters to head towards the Bahamas for a little International fishing. While cruising 90 miles to the East to Grand Bahama, sportsmen are likely to find Mahi-Mahi, sailfish, blackfin tuna, cobia and the occasional wahoo. The Bahamas offer an exotic change of scenery without the long delays of traveling to faraway destinations. No matter the preference, there are year-round tournaments for anglers to put their skills to the test both onshore and offshore.

Top-Notch Tee Time

Days not spent on the water are spent on the greens. With 16 golf courses in Jupiter and 71 total golf courses within 20 miles of the Village of Tequesta, the area offers an unprecedented collection of remarkable golf courses for players of all levels. Many courses being top-rated and played among the pros. Jonathan’s Landing Golf Club and PGA National are rated as some of the best courses in the country.

Fun in the Florida Sun

Spanning on both sides of Indiantown Road are impressive preserves along flat-lands and wetlands. Hikers and bikers will find a vast assortment of challenging exercise opportunities. Johnathan Dickinson State Park and Riverbend Park are the largest parks in the Southeast Florida area, both featuring coastal sandhills, bodies of water, and scrub forests. Locals often take advantage of these parks for the one-of-a-kind off-road biking and hiking scenic trails.

To stay close to all the activities available, there is no better location than the oceanfront address of SeaGlass on Jupiter Island. Nestled between the Atlantic Ocean and the Intracoastal Waterway, just 21 fortunate families will enjoy the most desirable residences in the Palm Beaches. Surrounded by the lush Coral Cove Park with private access to both waterways, this is an unmatched opportunity. Privacy, sleek contemporary architecture, and lavish comforts of SeaGlass only add to a measure of serenity rarely found elsewhere.

SeaGlass Jupiter Island, in the Village of Tequesta, is a rare gem in a perfect setting. We encourage you to register your interest at Registrants will receive detailed information on the availability of these 21 oceanfront residences priced from $5.9 to over $10 million.

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