Welcome to Stuart Florida
Buried treasure is always an
attraction and as part of Florida's Treasure Coast, the city
of Stuart can claim its share of the glory.
The Treasure Coast got its name
because of the large number of Spanish galleons reportedly sunk
there by hurricanes in the 17th and 18th centuries. They left
some fabulous treasure behind, some of which has been recovered.
Stuart is located on the east
coast of Florida, near the St Lucie River and Indian River. Settled
in 1870, it was originally named Potsdam, then the city was renamed
after a local landowner in 1985.
It is now the county seat of
Martin County and is active in the retail, construction, hospitality
and government sectors. The area is a mix of revitalized older
or historic homes and modern homes and condominiums.
This area is known for beautiful
weather, with an average temperature of 72F. Summers are warm
and winters mild, and thousands of people use Stuart as their
winter home, swelling the 17,000 plus population each year.
Stuart is most famous for sail
fishing and is a paradise for those at home on the water. With
the Atlantic Ocean nearby, you can choose to fish in the ocean,
river, bay or a freshwater source. There's also plenty to do
for those who enjoy sailing or taking a cruise.
Stuart and the surrounding towns
have a lot to offer visitors. Florida is famous for its attractions,
entertainment and night life, so you are sure to find plenty
to do in and around Stuart.
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