While tourists seeking sun and sand head to Delray Beach every year for its pristine beaches and exciting nightlife, those who move into homes for rent in this Florida city near Boca Raton can take advantage of its lively lifestyle all year.
Downtown Delray is packed with restaurants, nightclubs and bars for renters to take advantage of on weekends. If you're in the mood for seafood -- and you're at the beach, so why wouldn't you be? -- check out Boston's on the Beach or City Oyster. If something different is what you're after, try some delicious Italian food at Caffe Luna Rosa. All-American cuisine can be had at Dada, 32 East or The Office (which is a restaurant, really!)
But for renters who like to balance their nightlife with the occasional outdoor adventure, Delray still has plenty of outdoor activity to enjoy. While there are many beaches to visit, outdoor enthusiasts might appreciate the proximity of the Arthur R. Marshall Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge. The refuge borders Everglades National Park, and offers nearby renters the chance to see some of Florida's native plant and animal life. They can also go kayaking, canoeing and fishing while they're there.
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