Situated along Florida’s Atlantic Coast 135 miles north of Miami and about 110 miles Southeast of Orlando, the quaint seaside town of Vero Beach is surrounded by 26 miles of pristine, unspoiled beaches and the Indian River Lagoon. Nature and culture are treasured and preserved here, as well as immaculate beaches, superb fishing and water sports, and small-town ambiance. With world-class dining, boutique shopping, and an abundance of natural and cultural resources, it’s no wonder that Vero Beach was twice named by "Great Towns of America" as one of the "100 Great Towns in America." Visitors can relax on miles of picturesque beaches, or choose sports activities all within just a few minutes of local resorts.
Swimming, surfing, boating, deep sea fishing, scuba diving and sky diving are just a few of the wide range of exciting recreational opportunities awaiting you in Indian River County. There are 17 challenging golf courses, three open to the public. In addition, there are tennis courts, hiking and biking trails, riverside camping and seaside picnic facilities available for year-round enjoyment…a lot to choose from including the Atlantic Ocean in the backyard.
Quietly nestled in Vero Beach is Costa d'Este Beach Resort, an exquisite world-class retreat surrounded by white sand beaches and lush natural views. Specifically designed to pamper, relax and inspire, celeb owners Emilio and Gloria Estefan's exclusive oceanfront haven was our home away from home as my gal pal Kelli and I got to experience the resort's new BFF (Best Friend Forever) Package, which celebrates everything that epitomizes quality gal pal time.