Singer Island is a well-preserved 4-mile stretch of beach that is coated in white sand and surrounded by clear blue water. It's lined with luxurious condos and hotels where residents delight in the amenities the island offers including boating, fishing, snorkeling and diving. Singer Island was just listed as number one on a Travel Pulse Magazine article entitled "25 Amazing Islands You Haven't Heard Of, Yet," for its awesome recreation activities.
The story mentioned mainly The Palm Beach Marriott Singer Island Resort & Spa and the beautiful John D. MacArthur Beach State Park at the north end of the island. The Singer Island Marriott is a great place to hangout even for condo owners; its spa is one of the best-rated in the area and so is their restaurant, 3800 Ocean. At John D. MacArthur Beach State Park, locals can enjoy fishing on the boardwalk, learning about sea turtles in the nature center, or renting kayaks and paddling over to historic Peanut Island.
While Palm Beach County locals have certainly heard of Singer Island, the small town is a hidden gem. Until the recent construction of VistaBlue and the Amrit, the island hadn't had any new developments in over a decade. There's a small outdoor mall at the south end called the Ocean Walk that's right across the street from the beach. It includes a few beach stores and three great local restaurants; Johnny Longboat's, Mulligan's and Two Drunken Goats. A thin layer of sand covers the sidewalks from patrons walking back and forth to the beach.
The quiet and private Singer Island is one that deserves to be on the list of 25 Amazing Islands. Its pristine beaches and sunny skies reflect the opulance of the buildings and estate owners on the island. While the article calls the list of islands ones "You Haven't Heard Of Yet," the new condos on the island like VistaBlue have surely gotten the attention of many affluent people, almost selling out before even opening.