Nestled on the southeast coast of Florida, you’ll find the Treasure Coast. And if you’re looking for a vacation with crowded theme parks or noisy chain restaurants, then you should just move along. You won’t find night clubs that leave you covered in someone else’s sweat or double-decker tour buses taking people to the main attractions. Because at the Treasure Coast, the attraction is that there are no touristy attractions. This isn’t your average vacation. It’s your ideal one.
Discover a Treasured Part of Florida on Florida’s Treasure Coast – where your perfect vacation lives. It’s the kind of culturally vibrant, yet laid-back getaway that provides you with the opportunity to truly get away, escape responsibilities and reconnect with your loved ones by making unforgettable memories. Florida’s Treasure Coast offers over 221,000 acres of parks and nature preserves, 65 miles of uncrowded beaches, historic and charming downtowns, locally owned shops and restaurants, award-winning farmer’s markets, dynamic art scenes, and countless water and sporting activities. If you’re looking for a quiet retreat with no crowds in sight, then the Treasure Coast is where you belong.
Three miles of gorgeous beaches provide an opportunity for surfing, swimming, scuba diving, snorkeling, kayaking and shelling.
Get a breathtaking, bird’s eye view of the Treasure Coast coastline and Indian River Lagoon on this high-altitude sightseeing tour.
Explore the historic site of Vero Beach’s most famous shallow water wreck, the SS Breconshire.
Encounter Florida’s natural marshlands while gliding over environments ordinary boats can’t reach.
Enjoy the secluded, rustic and picturesque views while riding down the only beach in South Florida that permits it.
Take in the largest rocky, limestone shoreline on the Atlantic coast.
Visitor can enjoy biking, equestrian and hiking trails, boating, canoeing, kayaking and fishing.
Voted the #1 Happiest Seaside Town by Coastal Living, it’s home to countless local restaurants, shops, art galleries, music venues and a wide variety of events.
Spend the day fishing the waters that this area is renowned for.
Choose from two paths leading you through hundreds of feet of wooded mangroves and observe Florida’s wetlands and native wildlife on the river.
In 1715, a fleet of Spanish ships carrying gold, silver and jewels shipwrecked right off the Treasure Coast, giving this area its well-deserved name. To this day, these treasures still adorn the waters and can be found washed up on the shores, making the region not only ideal for relaxation, but for treasure hunting as well.
Located just 45 minutes from the Treasure Coast, visitors should fly into Palm Beach International Airport (PBI), offering daily non-stop flights from Atlanta.
Photography by: Photography Florida’s Treasure Coast