Located in the western part of West Palm Beach, it is a village in the central part of Palm Beach County which is 66 miles north of Miami. According to the US Census Bureau, the village has a land zone of 45.14 square miles and 0.45 square miles of water zone.
As of 2020, the city’s population is 62,885, making the city the fifth-largest municipality in Palm Beach County by population.
The city was recognized by Money Magazine and included in their list in "Top 100 Best Places to Live in” for both years 2009 and 2010. Although Wellington is not a village under any official description of the term village in the United States, it is referred to formally as the "Village of Wellington."
The large village is renowned because of its equestrian culture and events, taking hosts in the Winter Equestrian Festival - the biggest and the oldest equestrian competition on the whole planet. This world-class and worldly-known horsing contest attracts locals and international horsing sports enthusiasts, particularly in the months of January to April annually, contributing greatly to the tourism market of the city.
This town is also a place to The Mall at Wellington Green and a shopping plaza surrounding it. Locals have the privilege of the high-end shopping malls and stores and savory feasting spots in the area, surrounded by the naturally beautiful community.
The area’s land transportation is being served by the Palm Tran that passes through US Route 441 and State Road 7. The Palm Beach International Airport also serves as the most accessible airport available in the place.
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