Riviera Beach/Singer Island
Gateway to the Caribbean
The beautiful beaches on Singer Island and bustling Port of Palm Beach make this city more than unique.
It’s a spectacular sight driving east over the Blue Heron Bridge on Singer Island. Straight ahead is the deep-blue Atlantic Ocean. This is where you can enjoy a variety of eateries, all facing the lengthy Municipal Beach. Make sure to look for parasailers gliding above the ocean.
On your right is Peanut Island, usually surrounded by all kinds of boats, along with cruise ships passing by on their way out to sea from the Port of Palm Beach. On the left are beachfront buildings, and then off in the distance is the wondrous John MacArthur Beach State Park. Best of all – right underneath the bridge, believe it or not – is one of the most famed diving and snorkeling locales in the world. Watch as colorful sea life make their way through the nearby Palm Beach Inlet.
Back over the bridge, Rivera Beach Marina Village offers the boater in you a place to dock or charter your next deep-sea fishing trip. In the Village, also find restaurants and a weekly year-round Green & Artisan Market in the Marina’s Event Center. Right next to the Port is Manatee Lagoon – An FPL Eco-Discovery Center, a dedicated viewing are for the famous “sea cows.”