Vero Beach is a hidden treasure of South Florida

Located between Orlando and Fort Lauderdale on the Atlantic coast is the quite ocean front resort town of Vero Beach. Far from the bustle of overbuilt South Florida, Vero Beach lies on a stretch of Atlantic turf aptly dubbed the Treasure Coast, in a transitional climate zone where oak trees and pine forests thrive alongside the swaying palms and colorful tropical flora of balmier points south.The area is also recognized as the ‘Citrus Capital of the World,’ producing the finest Indian River citrus.  Indian River Lagoon divides the city into sections on the mainland and a barrier island. It all makes for spectacular fishing, kayaking, and boating, as well as 26 miles of white sand beaches where you can walk for a long time and encounter no one. The Vero Beach area offers some of the best golf courses They include Red Stick, John’s Island, Indian River Club, Grand Harbor, Bent Pine Golf Club, Hawk’s Nest, Vero Beach Country Club, Quail Valley and others as well as challenging public courses such as Sandridge Golf Club and Sebastian Municipal Golf Course. Vero also boasts some of the country’s most prestigious resort communities.The Intracoastal Waterway in the Indian River area of Vero Beach has a number of public and private marinas boat launch facilities.The miles of calm waters, protected from the Atlantic Ocean by the barrier islands, provide residents with many types of boating and fishing enjoyment. If you love to dive there are great diving sites throughout The Treasure Coast, from artificial reefs to coral reefs.The Vero Beach Museum of Art, the largest cultural arts facility of its kind on Florida’s Treasure Coast, is a precious cultural gem that is admired and appreciated by residents and tourists alike. Whether, in the market for a grand ocean front estate, a river bungalow or the ideal family home, Vero Beach area is an exceptional place to live.