About Vero Beach

Vero Beach is largely considered the gem of the Treasure Coast, enamoring visitors and residents with the charm of its natural beauty, unparalleled standard of living and abundance of cultural and recreational activities. Situated “Where the Tropics Begin”, Vero Beach is located in a climatic transition zone, offering an unusual blend of natural features, like majestic oak trees and pine tree forests typical of the Southern US and the verdant palms and sun-kissed flowering trees of the tropics. Our seaside community averages 74 degrees, and year-round sunshine is tempered by a refreshing ocean breeze. Boasting twenty-three miles of pristine, sandy beaches and an expansive lagoon speckled with mangrove-covered spoil islands, Vero Beach provides boaters, fishermen, outdoorsmen, surfers, nature-enthusiasts and active individuals alike with a plethora of water sports and activities from
which to choose.

Cultural activities vary from original Broadway productions at Riverside Theater to the renowned galleries and exhibits at the Vero Beach Museum of Art. The shopping can’t be beat on the Barrier Island’s iconic Ocean Drive, where chic boutiques, art galleries, specialty shops and restaurants line the streets and visitors and residents can enjoy the amenities of luxury Vero Beach Hotel & Spa and the swanky, South Beach inspired Costa d’Este Beach
Resort designed and owned by Gloria Estefan.

Vero Beach is also home to some of southeast Florida’s best golfing, catering to the golfer who not only seeks the first-class amenities and services, but also enjoys the natural abundance unique to the Treasure Coast and Indian River County. Ever the resort town, Vero Beach offers a number of membership opportunities to various high-end golf clubs, river and ocean clubs, marinas, and country clubs, perfect for those seeking the casual, yet sophisticated lifestyle of Vero’s most affluent seasonal and year-round residents.