Located at the northern end of the Treasure Coast, Vero Beach is approximately 110 miles southeast of Orlando and 135 miles north of Miami. It consists of 13.1 square miles and has a population just a little over 17,000.
Old Florida is thriving in these remote and tranquil villages. Vero Beach, known for its exclusive and affluent winter population.
Vero Beach’s appeal extends to its excellent public and private school system, as well as a strong economy and vibrant business and industry. The influx of research institutions is changing the face of the job market.
The pristine beaches along the Atlantic coastline offer wonderful sand, surf and breathtaking sunrises. Recreational opportunities include swimming, scuba diving, boating, fishing, surfing and other water sports. Beach goers will find several great family parks with playgrounds for the children and pavilions for grilling, and picnics. Ocean front dining is plentiful with both indoor or outdoor choices for casual and fine dining.