An elegant city located along Florida's Atlantic Coast, Vero Beach offers warm hospitality, incredible luxury and magnificent ocean views. Centrally located 70 miles south of the Kennedy Space Center and 135 miles north of Miami, the area contains peaceful beaches, museums, nature tours and a range of hotels make Vero Beach a terrific vacation destination and an important part of the region known as the Treasure Coast.
Elite Airways flies in and out of the Vero Beach Regional Airport (VRB), situated just minutes from downtown and Vero Beach. The area's balmy winters combine with the summer's fresh ocean breezes keep the average temperature around 74 degrees, perfect for year-round fun, winter getaways and family vacations.
Elite Airways offers non-stop flights between Newark and Vero Beach on Thursdays and Sundays, starting December 10, 2015. Northbound flights depart Vero Beach at 6:30 a.m. and arrive in Newark at 9:00 a.m. Southbound flights depart Newark at 1:30 p.m. and arrive in Vero Beach at 4:15 p.m. Click here to check flight availability.
Vero Beach Regional Airport is located at 3400 Cherokee Drive in Vero Beach. The ticket counter is located in the main terminal. VRB offers free parking for Elite Airways passengers, along with Avis and Hertz car rental facilities on property. Arriving passengers may collect their baggage at the main terminal, unless directed otherwise. Click here for airport website.
Home to some of Florida's most pristine beaches and waterways, Vero Beach offers a friendly, unpretentious atmosphere nestled among boutiques, outlets, restaurants, and four-star resorts. There are also theaters, museums, art galleries and many parks, some of which offer access to a vast network of rivers and inlets. Click here for more information.
Free from urban sprawl and congestion, the Vero Beach area offers 26 miles of unspoiled beaches, serene waterscapes of the Sebastian and Indian Rivers, and miles of pristine woodlands for an endless array of recreational and eco-friendly adventures for the whole family. In 2014, Vero Beach was named a "Top Beach Destination" by USA Today and Humiston Park, on Ocean Drive in Vero Beach, was named "One of the top 10 beaches in the US" by Family Vacation Critic.
The area is also a golfer's dream with dozens of public and private courses that are host to annual tournaments and events. Here you'll also find a world-class tennis clubs and a Polo and Equestrian compound that hosts Sunday matches throughout the spring.
The quality and quantity of cultural organizations in the Vero Beach area are a tribute to the spirit of the residents who bring untold expertise and give unprecedented support to many local organizations. The Vero Beach Theatre is anchored by the Riverside Theatre, one of the premiere professional regional theatres in the US and the largest accredited professional theater in Florida. that hosts more than 255 performances each year.
Other Cultural Arts Attractions include the Vero Beach Museum of Art, Veo Beach Opera, Sunrise Theatre in Fort Pierce and Vero Beach Theatre Guild. Numerous Heritage Attractions highlight area history. Included are the Hallstrom House, Indian River Citrus Museum, Indian River County Historical Society in the 1903 Vero Beach train station, McLarty Treasure Museum, Veterans Memorial Island, UDT Navy SEAL Museum, Mel Fisher Treasure Museum and Laura Riding Jackson Home.
Natural resources have been so carefully protected in the Vero Beach area, Indian River County, that its extensive park system and special ecological wonders delight both young and old. With "water, water everywhere" and 26 miles of pristine ocean beaches, visitors can enjoy kayaking and canoeing through protected preserves. The Indian River Lagoon is the most environmentally diverse estuary in North America. The Sebastian River is another favored destination, with miles of lush jungle waterways.
Vero Beach area outdoor activities include airboat tours, birding, fishing, watersports, the Archie Carr National Wildlife Refuge, the Environmental Learning Center, Pelican Island National Wildlife Refuge, McKee Botanical Gardens and St. Sebastian River Preserve State Park.