The northern tip of South Florida, the village of Tequesta is home to fewer than 6,000 people. It is divided between mainland Florida and Jupiter Island. The Saint Lucie Inlet Preserve State Park offers plenty of opportunities for boating, fishing, snorkeling and diving; several beaches and local parks provide more recreational opportunities. Despite its scenic beauty, extensive waterfront and feeling of being remote from the world, in the best way possible, Tequesta is still fewer than 20 miles from West Palm Beach, and thanks to US 1, residents can reach more metropolitan areas quickly. The area offers a mix of residences, from effortless condo living to palatial waterfront homes.