Our Treasure Coast

Whether you are visiting Florida's Treasure Coast or a newcomer to the area, find out a little more about the towns that make our little slice of heaven so special. From communities rich in nature, fishing and water sports to havens for style, arts and culture to downtown areas rooted in history and charm, the Treasure Coast is a unique part of the Florida coastline.

Sebastian - Indian River County

Sebastian is laid-back community nestled between Vero Beach and Melbourne along the Indian River Lagoon. Sebastian Inlet is one of Florida’s premier fishing a surfing spots with an array of activities for every kind of adventure seeker. It is also home to Pelican Island, the nation’s very first National Wildlife Refuge. Along the lagoon and downtown you’ll find pristine waterways perfect for kayaking and paddle boarding and landlubbers will enjoy strolling through cool funky shops, waterfront restaurants, galleries and even a treasure museum.

Vero Beach - Indian River County

Vero is a graceful and stylish city located just south of Sebastian. It is a haven for golf, water sports and culture. Peaceful beaches, museums, nature tours and lots of hotels make Vero Beach a choice vacation destination and place to live. Vero Beach also offers abundant shopping from the Vero Beach Outlets near I95 to the delightful beachfront boutiques along Ocean Drive. Restaurants are also plentiful offering a wide range of delectable cuisine to suit any budget and craving.

Fort Pierce- St. Lucie County

Often called the "Sunrise City," Fort Pierce is one of the oldest communities on Florida’s east coast. The revitalized downtown area situated on the Indian River Lagoon features old Florida charm with a snazzy plethora of entertainment, dining and shopping. The Downtown Farmer’s Market every Saturday is one of the largest in the region and attracts crowds from miles away. The Fort Pierce inlet and its newly renovated Jetty Park is a favorite for anglers and wildlife enthusiasts.

Florida’s coastline, one of the country’s largest, is visited by more than 120 million people each year. Each of Florida's coastal areas tout a name that describes something unique about it and our area, including Sebastian, Vero Beach and Fort Pierce, has been penned the “Treasure Coast,” but why? It’s actually quite literal, as revealed by many accounts of tourists and residents who have been fortunate to stumble upon real life treasure such as gold and silver coins along our beaches, the remains of a Spanish treasure fleet lost in a 1715 hurricane near the Sebastian Inlet. 


Although it’s possible, there is no guarantee that you will discover gold or silver coins on the Treasure Coast. You are, however, certain to discover an area rich in golden sands and untouched beaches. So soak in the sun and enjoy the infinite possibilities of your vacation on the Treasure Coast.

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