Melbourne offers beaches, fishing, golf, snorkeling and many other outdoor activities. You can bask in the sunshine on miles and miles of unspoiled beaches by daylight or, at night, enjoy a romantic moonlit walk, complete with tropical breezes.
Sebastian is well known for the rare antiquities that have washed upon its shores. Treasure hunters continue to search their beaches for gold, jewelry, and other artifacts lost in history. Sebastian Inlet State Park is the premier saltwater fishing spot on Florida's east coast; favored by anglers for catching snook, redfish, bluefish, and Spanish mackerel from its jetties.
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Often called the "Sunrise City," Fort Pierce is part of the Treasure Coast, a stretch of land from St. Lucie Inlet to Sebastian Inlet along Florida's Atlantic coast. Natural and artificial reefs make for good fishing and diving. The Indian River Lagoon Estuary provides a haven for more than 4,000 plant and animal species.
Jensen Beach, tucked into Florida's East Coast between Fort Pierce and West Palm Beach, once was known as the "Pineapple Capital of the World" and still holds an annual pineapple festival. Appropriately, the pineapple is a symbol of hospitality, and Jensen Beach lives up to this hallmark every day.
Bathtub Beach, in Stuart, has always been a favorite beach for families (and locals) because of its clear waters and soft sand - and the coral reef right off shore is amazing for snorkeling and scuba diving. The reef also breaks the waves and makes the water super nice and calm – ideal for little ones who love to splash and play at the water's edge.
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Hobe Sound is home to some of the most beautiful nature spots in the state. Travelers from all around the world enjoy its pristine beaches, unspoiled parks and championship golf courses. Explore nearby Jonathan Dickinson State Park for camping and canoeing or Blowing Rocks Preserve to view the limestone-studded beach.
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Jupiter's beaches have been a retreat for surfers and beachgoers for decades. Twenty years ago, you would have found nothing but sand dunes covered in sea grapes and Australian pines, but this area has been developed into a perfect spot for your next visit.
Lake Worth has a revitalized downtown with unique shops, casual and fine dining, art galleries and special events. Visitors of all ages will enjoy Lake Worth while taking in the sun-drenched seashore and remaining close to many diverse areas of Florida's beauty and charm.
Lauderdale By The Sea is a tropical paradise that offers a tranquil coastal getaway along with easy access to nearby bustling cities. Located on Florida's popular southeast coast, it is bordered to the east and west by the waters of the Atlantic Ocean and the Intracoastal Waterway, respectively.
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Boca Raton, familiarly known to locals by its first name "Boca," truly has it all. Beaches and golf courses; fine hotels and wondrous art museums; jazz clubs and concerts at Mizner Park; the glittery Town Center at Boca Raton shopping mall, with 220 upscale and elite specialty shops; and, elsewhere around town, countless family-owned boutiques.
Though destinations often are said to offer something for everyone, the Miami area offers multiple enticements for everyone: The trendy nightlife of South Beach, bejeweled by the eye candy of the Art Deco district. The bustle of Calle Ocho and the highly caffeinated energy of Little Havana.