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Get to know Juno Beach

Juno is the mythological consort of Jupiter, but the vibe in Juno Beach is more down-to-earth than its neighbor to the north. It sits right along the shore of the Atlantic, and though it’s technically on an island formed by Frenchman’s Creek, its sense of isolation comes mainly from the tremendous amount of green space — most of which is natural area (though some is golf course land, because this is Florida). One of those preserves is home to nesting sea turtles, and that’s a bit of a tourist draw, but otherwise the beaches aren’t terribly crowded. Surfers and kiteboarders love this spot, and plenty of fishing boats ply the waters nearby. A few single-family homes sit slightly inland, but apartment complexes and mid-rise condo buildings are the order of the day near the beach.
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Commerce & Culture

While there’s not a lot in Juno Beach other than sand and sky, it’s close to several shopping and dining areas. Most restaurants in town are clustered in the plazas near the junction of U.S. Highway 1 and Donald Ross Road, the usual mix of laid-back cafes and cozy fish houses you'd expect in a fun-loving beach community. A major attraction is 17-acre Loggerhead Park, home to a sea turtle research, education and rehabilitation center welcoming groups and casual visitors alike.

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