The Village of Tequesta was named after the Tequesta Indians; what started as the dream of one man back in 1955 has evolved over the years into an exceptional waterfront community. A splendor of shops, boutiques, various churches, parks, and restaurants call this region home — perfect for any lifestyle. Located along U.S. Highway 1 it borders the Atlantic Ocean to the East, the Loxahatchee River to the South, Jonathan Dickinson State Park to the North, and the Tequesta County Club to the West.
A mix of single-family home neighborhoods and condominium complexes attracts everyone from families to working professionals to retirees. With a population that now surpasses 6,200 people across 2.26 square miles, the Village of Tequesta is proud of its strong sense of community. Residents routinely participate in Village-sponsored events such as movies & concerts in the park, Tequesta Fest, and more.
Water Pointe Realty Group has an office conveniently located at 393 Tequesta Drive. Here you will find brokers Mark Eble, Ryan Billings, and a fantastic group of agents. Click to learn more info on this office location HERE.
If you are looking to spend the day with breathtaking ocean views, swimming or snorkeling, try a visit to Coral Cove Park. If you enjoy a quieter beach but still want the benefit of great snorkeling and paddleboarding, this is the place. The most prominent feature is the natural limestone, which is part of the Atlantic Coastal Ridge. These rocks and the reefs are inhabited by marine wildlife including fish, sea turtles, eels, and marine worms. The beach is home to a large selection of shells for those interested in collecting. Covered picnic areas with tables, built-in grills, playground, and showers are all available at Coral Cove for your fun day at the beach.
Learn about one of Florida’s favorite sea creatures and pay a visit to Loggerhead Marinelife Center! This non-profit organization is committed to the conservation of ocean ecosystems through public education, research, and rehabilitation, with a focus on threatened & endangered sea turtles. The free-to-visit center is located in Loggerhead Park and features an on-site campus hospital, learning exhibits, gift store, and aquariums. Drop by Loggerhead Marinelife Center to check out the turtle nesting season activities