Remember the Charm that Once Graced Florida's Naples and Las Olas Areas? We Still Have it in Vero Beach!
You can actually feel it. Vero Beach has an air about it that's simply hard to find anywhere else. Vero Beach is part of the Treasure Coast - the region between the Jupiter Inlet and north to the Sebastian Inlet.
The Treasure Coast is made up of four counties, from south to north, northern Palm Beach County, Martin, St. Lucie and Indian River County, which is where Vero Beach is located.
Indian River County has 26 miles of unspoiled beaches and is a nesting ground to such creatures as the Loggerhead sea turtle and 35 other rare and endangered species.
Nationally ranked 12th in "The Rating Guide To Life in America's Small Cities." Vero Beach holds a charm and beauty that lets it outshine other affluent Florida resort areas, such as Ft. Lauderdale's Las Olas area, Miami's Coconut Grove and Naples on Florida's west coast.
Vero Beach has retained its old world charm, intimacy and character. That's not to say that Vero Beach is a sleepy little town. On the contrary, Vero Beach has become an exciting and invigorating place to live. Arts, entertainment, education and state of the art medical facilities await.
For those who not only demand the finest golf, culture, shopping and dinning, but also the uniqueness of unspoiled waterways, breathtaking beaches and a preserved environment. Vero is the only answer. It's no wonder Vero Beach has been called "the best little town in Florida" - with average temperatures in the low 70´s and an equally pleasant community spirit, too. Vero Beach on the Treasure Coast is truly a special place.