Welcome to Vero Beach Florida
Vero Beach, Florida is known
for its outstanding beaches. Bounded by the Indian River Lagoon
and the barrier island that abuts the Atlantic Ocean, the city
is part of Florida's Treasure Coast.
The coast is so named because
of the many Spanish galleons wrecked off the coast in the 17th
and 18th centuries, leaving their treasure behind.
Until recently, Vero Beach was
also known as the home of Dodgertown, the Dodgersí spring
training camp, but this has now gone elsewhere.
Visitors to Vero Beach will enjoy
the city's year round warmth. The city has both a sub tropical
climate in the north and a tropical climate in the south.
Winter temperatures are a high
of 73.3 F while in summer the heat reaches a blistering 90.4F.
In the past, the beachfront has been badly affected by hurricanes,
but rebuilding efforts after 2004 mean that the beachfront is
brand new and ready for anything the weather can throw at it.
You won't find the high rises
and large shopping centers common to other beachside locations
in Vero Beach. Because of zoning laws, the area is more attractive
and quieter than similar areas.
Vero Beach has a lot to offer
to those who revel in the sunshine and the outdoors. With some
of the best beaches around and plenty of surf, there's always
something to do. In addition, there are attractions, entertainment
and nightlife to experience both in Vero Beach itself and in
the nearby cities. And who knows? You might spot one of the city's
many celebrity residents while youíre out for a stroll.
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