The Miami Herald has a piece that provides a perfect guide for escaping the stress of the holiday season and pamper yourself in and around Palm Beach. Start the trip off with a luxurious lunch at the poolside barbecue in the Four Seasons Palm Beach, where chef Ricky Amezcua grills up steaks and fresh seafood with accompaniments inspired by global beach culture. If family is tagging along for the trip, a stop at Al’s Red Barn in Fort Pierce is a must. The iconic fruit farm sells delectable oranges, mangos, and dragonfruit and also has an old-school country playground complete with mini golf, a hay bale maze, and orange races.

Stressed-out adults will appreciate a visit to the Endless Summer Vineyard and Winery,  located just five minutes north of Al’s. The vineyard specializes in sweet wines made with Muscadine grapes, and the tasting room is funkily decorated by surfing-obsessed vintner Gary Roberts. Travelers can then enter a state of total relaxation by going on a leisurely hike through Fort Pierce Inlet State Park and watching the sunset over the reef-lined beaches. Who knew such serene scenery could be found so close to the bustling cities of Palm Beach County?

Read the full article here: Miami Day-Trip Destinations in Palm Beach, Fort Pierce and Vero Beach

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