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  Florida's Treasure Coast, miles of tranquil sands and peaceful villages stretching from Jupiter  and St. Lucie to the Sebastian Inlet, beautifully evokes the tranquil  beauty of old-time Florida. Step back to a peaceful life centered on beaches, boats and surf  casting along this historic stretch of Atlantic coastline. Rich in  natural beauty, the well protected Treasure Coast features a series of  narrow sandbars, barrier islands, shallow lagoons, rivers, lakes and  pine flatlands. Named for the treasure-bearing Spanish galleons that  wrecked on its treacherous reefs, the coast is still a magnet for  adventurers seeking the legendary piles of gold and jewels lost beneath  its azure waters.
The Old Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse in Jupiter, Florida

  Lovely St. Lucie County is nestled between the Indian River Lagoon and the St. Lucie River, encompassing picturesque communities including Jensen  Beach and Hobe Sound. Nicknamed the Sailfish Capitol of the World, St. Lucie is renowned for its thrilling big game fishing tournaments,  bustling marinas and professional guided deep-sea charters. County seat  Fort Pierce boasts retains a laid-back small town vibe and is known for  its excellent surfing, rich history and dedication to the arts.


  Blessed with a rich history and a beachy charm, Stuart is the only incorporated township on the Treasure Coast's Martin County. Voted one of America's  Most Beautiful Cities, Stuart boasts a wide, wonderful beach, walkable  downtown and vibrant cultural scene. The neoclassical Lyric Theater is a central landmark and hosts a star-studded mix of live performances from country to classical, while the original courthouse has been reborn as  an art gallery and cultural center.

Jammed with a sweet jumble of  shops, boutiques and galleries, the unincorporated village of Hobe Sound is a vibrant cultural center where numerous annual arts and music  festivals draw people from across the state. Hobe Sound is home to the  sprawling Jonathan Dickinson State Park, a spectacular nature preserve  offering camping, hiking, canoeing and fishing in surroundings filled  with incredible tropical and subtropical wildlife.

Loaded with old Florida charm, Jensen Beach boasts great snorkeling, surfing  and seafood restaurants. While visiting, take a quick trip across the  causeway to Hutchinson Island, a gorgeous stretch of white sand and  calm, reef-ringed waters. Popular beaches here include Bathtub Beach,  notable for its warm, waveless water, and Sea Turtle Beach, late spring  egg repository for green and loggerhead turtles. Once called the  “Pineapple Capital of the Worldâ€?, Jensen Beach still gives an exuberant  nod to its tasty history at the annual Pineapple Festival.




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