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Visit indian river county | Vero Beach, Fellsmere, Sebastian
Vero Beach is a hidden gem on Florida’s Atlantic Coast where its beauty goes far beyond the beach.
Where culture, eco-adventure and pure relaxation await you and where there are no high-rises to spoil the sunrises.
Discover the one destination that’s a natural for your next vacation. Discover Vero Beach today!
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One lucky winner will receive 2 round trip tickets on Elite Airways from Asheville Regional Airport to Vero Beach Regional Airport, three days & four nights luxury accommodations at Costa d’ Este Beach Resort & Spa, tickets to McKee Botanical Gardens, paddle board tour for two with Paddles By the Sea and two airboat tour tickets from Florida Cracker Airboat Rides. See official rules.
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Vacation Inspiration
Top 10 Things to Do During the summer in the Vero Beach area
Perfect for animal lovers, beach aficionados, culture buffs and wine connoisseurs, Indian River County is the place for your summer vacation. Whether it’s watching sea turtles nest, attending a film and wine festival, trying the No.1 craft beer, or simply relaxing on the beach, there is always something fun happening. Here are 10 of the best things you can do this summer in Indian River County.
Check out what’s brewing in Indian River County
With three craft breweries and two more on the way, it’s easy to find great local beer in Indian River County!
The area’s first public brewery, Orchid Island Brewery (OIB) opened in August of 2014 in Vero Beach. Located right off of Ocean Drive, this family-owned brewery is literally right across the street from the beach! The space includes an open air courtyard, tavern and brewhouse.
Five Reasons Vero Beach Is Your New Favorite Florida Destination
While too many of Florida’s waterfront cities have succumbed to claustrophobic overdevelopment, tacky tourist traps, and high-rises, Vero Beach remains the breath of fresh air. Though classified as a city, Vero, with a strict policy that no building can exceed four stories, feels more like a seaside village. It’s the rare place we didn’t know still existed in the Sunshine State.
It’s All About the Food
With over 130 locally owned restaurants in the area here are some must try places for food, drinks, entertainment, and foodie adventures!
Located in the heart of downtown Vero Beach, Southern Social Kitchen & Bar specializes in southern favorites mixed with innovative cooking techniques and unique flavors. From the minute you walk in, you know you are about to have a food experience.