Vero Beach is more vibrant than ever! There is always something exciting to do or see. Vero Beach has the small town feel of a quaint beachside community, yet is a sophisticated city offering an abundance of Art and Cultural events. Vero Beach has a casually elegant lifestyle. Whether you enjoy attending an art show under the Oaks in Riverside Park, attending one of many fundraising events, running through the fountains at Royal Palm Pointe, or simply taking a stroll along the beach, it is THE PEOPLE who make Vero Beach special. This is a great place to live, work and call home.
Vero Beach is both a mainland and barrier island community, located on the east coast of Florida, in an area known as the Treasure Coast. It serves as the County Seat of Indian River County, FLorida.
It has a population of approximately 16,939 residents, as of 2006, and has in recent years become home to some of America’s cultural and corporate elite. It is a place where high level business deals are often consummated with a handshake during a cordial round of golf.
Vero Beach and the Indian River County area have become more attractive to visitors and residents alike, because of the cultural wealth, inherent natural beauty, and abundance of recreational opportunities available in this wonderful tropical climate. Vero Beach was rated the “Best Small Town in Florida and 12th in the Nation,” and was listed in John Villani’s book, “The 100 Best Art Towns in America.”
In addition, Vero Beach has a wide variety of restaurants, a shopping mall, many beachside boutiques, and art galleries. The Riverside Theatre, The Vero Beach Museum of Art, and McKee Botanical Gardens, are just a few of the many must see places.
Recreational activities are abundantly available in this picturesque community. Whether you enjoy boating, fishing, championship golf, tennis, horseback riding, an early morning run, or a leisurely stroll along the beach, Vero Beach has it all. The best part is that these activities can be enjoyed year round, because of the area’s tropical climate.