Vero Beach is the seat of Indian River County, Florida. The city is populated with over fifteen thousand inhabitants. Points of interest in the area include the Vero Beach Museum of Art, Holman Stadium, and the Indian River Citrus Museum.
Major industries in Vero Beach include general aviation manufacturing, tourism, citrus industry and service activities. The largest employer in the area is Piper Aircraft. You will find many locations in Vero Beach with serviced offices.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Vero Beach is a tourist attraction and as such, it has a lot to offer in terms of sights and activities. Its beaches (i.e. South Beach, Humiston Park, Conn Beach) are part of the Treasure Coast of Florida. The beaches are and surrounded by trails and walkways. Another major point of interest is Disney’s Vero Beach Resort. Passing through Vero Beach is the Indian River Lagoon, a site for boating, fishing, water sports and other activities. Visitors can enrich themselves culturally by visiting the McLarty Treasure Museum and Vero Beach Museum of Art. The sport fans may consider participating in the fitness trainings on the beach (Get Fit At Home). The city has restaurants, offering diverse cuisine options. Examples include: The Tides, Undertow Surf Cafe & Bar, and Riverside Café (bar and grill on the river).
Getting to the city by plane is not difficult, as there are a several airports within one and a half-hour drive. First of all, there is the Vero Beach Municipal Airport, which offers charter, but no commercial flights. The closest airport, featuring domestic and international flights is Melbourne International Airport – about forty three miles away. The larger Orlando and West Palm Beach airports are further away. Travelling to Vero Beach by car is possible through Interstate 95 and then Route 60.