Vero Beach - Your Spot In The Tropics
Vero Beach your destination for an average of 234 days of radiant sunshine a year. Bask in the glory of immaculate weather ranging from 62 to 82 degrees all year round. A place perfect for both business and pleasure, make Vero Beach your new home. Incorporated in 1925 Vero Beach is the governmental center of Indian River County. The scenic Indian River lagoon and all of its natural beauty is the centerpiece of Vero’s real estate. It exquisitely separates the mainland form the island. Aside from being the County Seat and an oasis for the lagoon, Vero too plays host to a portion of real estate encompassed in citrus groves. These luscious groves produce some of the sweetest and most delicious fruit in the nation.
Find your career, your fun and your family here:
With a growing population of approximately 17,320 Vero Beach enjoys an exciting mix of Beach-Chic, cosmopolitan and country lifestyles. You will find a place here among the black ties, blue collars, seasonal and year round residents, everyone is welcomed. From families and retirees to professional executives and artist. Don’t forget the carefree styles of the “surfer dudes” whose lively characters add to the diverse and happy landscape of Vero Beach.
Whether you are looking for a contemporary condo or "Old Florida" charm, the Vero Beach Real Estate experts in our offices can help you find the house of your dreams, call our Vero Beach mainland office at 772-778-2029 or if you are interested in beachside properties, call our Island Previews office at: 772-772-231-4880.
Without a doubt Vero Beach is the place to live, check out some of the perks of living here!
• Motor Car Exhibition: Car Collector's Favorites: come out and see over 40 of the finest and most admired automobiles chose from private collections, on display in the garden. Select Saturdays at McKee Botanical Garden 350 US Highway 1 Vero Beach, FL 32962
• Benefit Softball Tournament and family fun carnival games: “A softball tournament between first responders in the area. While the tournament is going on there will be a DJ, food, carnival games, raffles, bounce house and more for every one of every age. Dollar Day fun! Everything is just $1. All proceeds go to benefit crime prevention and needy children in our community around the holiday season. Come out for family fun and watch the games while supporting the community. This event is put on by the Sebastian Police Department and the Indian River County Sheriff's Office.” Feb. 21, 2015 at South County Regional Park 800 20th Avenue SW Vero Beach, FL. 32962
Outdoors & Wildlife:
• Diving & snorkeling: there are great diving sites that extend all the way from Sebastian Inlet down to the Round Island. This includes both coral and artificial reefs, plus the site of a 1715 Spanish Shipwreck. There are 17 different snorkeling locations: Sebastian Inlet, South & North Jetty, Sebastian South Beach, El Capitana Wreck & Museum, Beach Access, Wabasso Beach, Sea, Grape Beach Access, Turtle Trail Beach Access, Tracking Station, Vero Beach Inn & Pier, Jaycee Beach, Conn Beach, Brecon, shire Wreck, Humiston Park, Flamevine, 1715 Wreck Site, South Beach, Round Island Beach.
• Oculina Reef: approximately 120miles of reef, from Indian River County all the way north to Daytona Beach. Nearly 200 Ft. below the ocean’s surface the reef is known as “Ivory Tree Coral”, because it is brittle and grows less than a ½ inch each year. The coral was only discovered 20 years ago and is a protected area. The coral host a diverse array of sea life from fishes and turtles to moray eels and stingrays.
• Vero Beach Reef: this unique habitat is home to over 200 different species of fish and coral, plus all types of marine life such as turtles, lobsters, manatees and more.
• Gifford Aquatics Center: this fun aquatic center features a large 100´ x 75´ pool and a ´Sprayground´ for kids. The pool has a Zero Entry structure on both ends of the pool, this means that you can gradually walk into the water (similar to the way you enter the ocean). It is an easy way to introduce kids to the water and it accommodates those in wheelchairs with the ability to roll right into the water. 4895 43rd Avenue, Vero Beach, FL 32967
• City of Vero Beach Recreation Department: this location provides a fun, safe and secure supervised enjoyment. The recreation department offers two summer camps at the Leisure Square. The camps are a wonderful opportunity for youth to make new friends and to have fun by staying active and learning. The two camps are: Sports/Aquatics Camp & Aerial Antics Youth Circus Camp. Both camps are 9 weeks long. 3705 16th ST Vero Beach, FL 32960
Museums, Theater and Arts:
• Vero Beach Museum of Art: 55,412 Sq. Ft. of art facility featuring five art galleries, sculpture garden and an education wing that features seven studio classroom, art library, and seminar rooms. This great location also has a 3,800 sq. ft. outdoor studio and foundry, a 250-seat state-of-the-art auditorium, museum store, and exceptional pub