Palm Harbor, FL

Population: 60,236

Key findings

  • Palm Harbor has a Livability Score of 86/100, which is considered exceptional
  • Palm Harbor crime rates are 3% lower than the Florida average
  • Cost of living in Palm Harbor is equal to the Florida average
  • Palm Harbor real estate prices are 7% higher than the Florida average
  • Rental prices in Palm Harbor are 10% higher than the Florida average

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      Palm Harbor, FL - The Best Place in the World!
      Palm Harbor, Florida is the best place in the world to live in. The best attractions here are the beaches. The best beach to go to is Crystal Beach, as this beach is so clean and never too busy.

      The community here is awesome. The people are so friendly and the atmosphere is just very welcoming. It doesn't matter if you are a resident or a tourist, you will be treated with respect.

      One of the best parts of living here are the restaurants. There are many different types of restaurants to eat at. The best place to go to is Massimos on route 19. This place is fine dining but at a great price. There are also tons of bars and clubs along route 19 and I usually hit up Billards on the weekends.

      There are so many outlets to shop at and my favorite outlet to go too is the Coral Landing shopping outlet. The outlet has everything you can imagine, and at great prices. Boot Ranch outlet is also a great place to spend the day shopping.

      This place is beautiful, safe and it is very easy to drive around here. I absolutely love everything about Palm Harbor.
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      Palm Harbor, FL - Great for Retiries
      Palm Harbor is a beautiful little city in Florida. It is located in southwest Florida, near other cities like St. Pete, Sarasota, and Naples. Living is slow and easy in Palm Harbor, making it a perfect retirement attraction for older people.

      As a young person, I often get frustrated living in Palm Harbor. There are not many clubs to go out to in Palm Harbor. My friends and I have a hard time finding anything else to do, aside from going to the beach. However, that being said, older people absolutely adore living in Palm Harbor.

      Many people work their entire lives so they can retire in a place like Palm Harbor. There are many restaurants in Palm Harbor and even some great seafood places. I also love the beaches of Palm Harbor. They are stunning, and it is always a treat to watch a sunset on one of these beaches.

      Palm Harbor does have some good shopping. It is not the best shopping that Florida has to offer, but the good thing is that there are plenty of good deals to be had. There are some nice outlets for shopping at Palm Harbor. Overall, Palm Harbor is a nice place to live.
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      Source: The Palm Harbor, FL data and statistics displayed above are derived from the 2016 United States Census Bureau American Community Survey (ACS).