Contrary to the city’s quaint size, the charming seaside town of Vero Beach has received national recognition once again. A new article from Wall Street Journal’s lifestyle section highlights why travelers love visiting four small towns on Florida’s Treasure Coast- Vero Beach, Sebastian, Stuart, and Fort Pierce. Article writers Valerie Stivers and Hank Zona share, “On the Treasure Coast north of West Palm Beach, it’s not just shell art and shopping-for-oranges anymore. The diverse stretch is a local secret for boaters and those seeking a full-stop Old Florida vacation but also for a new wave of home buyers.”
Nicknamed “The Old Money,” the Wall Street Journal article shares how Vero Beach’s live oaks dripping with Spanish moss and high-end lifestyle have naturally drawn visitors for decades. The article then shares a local’s guide to some of the area’s best attractions, including beaches, the cultural scene, restaurants, and the best take-home souvenirs. Here’s your chance to read the article if you missed it.
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