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With 22 miles of beautiful uncrowded beaches you can take your pick between Sebastian or Vero Beach. You can also choose the type of beach – quiet and secluded or action packed or family friendly. No matter what you choose, the beach and the parking are free.
Prior to the development of I-95 in the 70’s, McKee was the largest natural attraction in Florida. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, McKee Botanical Garden is an 18-acre tropical garden supporting a dense and diverse botanical collection as well as several restored architectural treasures. Over 100 varieties of water lilies grow in the Garden each year.
One thing that makes the S.S. Breconshire Wreck special is it’s accessibility – it’s close to shore and close to the shoreline. Snorkelers can swim, kayak or paddle their way out to the wreck. Be sure to spend plenty of time exploring the century-old wreck teeming with underwater life.
Get ready for a day of adventure! The Lagoon is America’s most bio-diverse estuary. Nature lovers will love exploring
Welcome to the newest Wine & Ale Trail in the Sunshine State! The Treasure Coast area gives visitors and locals a unique craft beer experience with nine breweries and one winery and growing. From small nano-breweries to larger breweries, the Treasure Coast Wine & Ale Trail will introduce you to a vibrant, diverse group of entrepreneurs who are helping redefine the character of our Coast, one perfect pint at a time.
In Vero Beach, there are several preserves and trails that are free to explore. Get a taste of old Florida by exploring the trails on foot, by bicycle or on horseback; and might even spot a deer or two!
Depart Vero Beach Regional Airport for a low-level flight along Vero Beach’s glorious coastline towards Sebastian Inlet while capturing breathtaking photos. Experience the most bio-diverse lagoon ecosystem in the Northern hemisphere as the tour transitions over the vast Indian River Lagoon en route to the pristine and untouched Blue Cypress Lake for a splashtacular water landing. Once the aircraft comes to rest upon the water, step out onto the floats and behold the true Florida beauty very few get to witness. Immerse yourself with the extraordinary. Abundant wildlife abounds at the birthplace of the St. John’s River. From alligators to osprey, Blue Cypress Lake has it all.
Enjoy Downtown Vero Beach for free during Downtown Fridays and Gallery Strolls. These events, held monthly are a great way to experience the sights and culture of Downtown Vero Beach without taking out your wallet!
Disney’s Vero Beach Resort
9250 Island Grove Terrace
Vero Beach, FL 32963
Phone: (772) 234-2000
Relax on warm sand and play in the sparkling blue waters of Disney’s Vero Beach Resort. Just 2 hours southeast of Walt Disney World Resort, this elegant old-fashioned hideaway is located on Florida’s scenic Atlantic Treasure Coast near the charming community of Vero Beach. Get away from it all in spacious lodgings that provide the comforts of home with an idyllic beach practically at your doorstep.
Kimpton’s Vero Beach Resort
3500 Ocean Drive
Vero Beach, FL 32963
Phone: (772) 231-5666
Discovering Kimpton Vero Beach Hotel & Spa is like stumbling upon a rare and radiant gem. As a Kimpton hotel located on Central Florida’s Treasure Coast, this oceanfront oasis gives you very little reason to stray from the premises. Lounge in a beach chair or dip into a variety of water sports. Relax by our heated oceanside pool, flanked by two restaurants and countless palm trees. A world-class spa and spacious accommodations make unwinding inevitable.
Established in the early 1900’s by Waldo Sexton in Vero Beach, Florida, and named to the national registry of historic places in 1994, the driftwood resort today offers accommodations accentuated with an abundance of fascinating artifacts from Waldo’s personal collection and is rich in historical overtones. This includes our famous Waldo’s restaurant.
The resort’s idyllic beachfront location in Vero Beach on Florida’s Treasure Coast offers direct access to the azure waters of the Atlantic Ocean. Experience ‘relaxed luxury’ with personalized service, luxurious rooms and suites, refined cuisine and a full-service spa.