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EMBRACED BY NATURE
 
(2013 - Winter Issue)

Writer: DONNA S. VIEIRA



At the heart of the Treasure Coast of Florida, St. Lucie County and its charming seaside towns offer visitors a variety of vacation options.

Covering an area of approximately 1,544 square kilometres, St. Lucie County includes Fort Pierce, Port St. Lucie, St. Lucie Village, Hutchinson Island, nearly 4,450 hectares of parks and preserves and 34 kilometres of unspoiled beaches.

A Rich Heritage

Home to the National Navy UDT-SEAL Museum and the A.E. Backus Museum and Gallery, Fort Pierce’s quaint downtown streets are filled with unique shops and restaurants.

Offshore, shipwrecks attract treasure hunters in search of gold and silver on the ocean floor while the warm Gulf Stream waters lure anglers to try their luck at hooking large game fish.

Young and vibrant

Renowned for its New York Mets spring training season, Port St. Lucie also draws golfers to its famous PGA Village ranked among the 75 best golf resorts by Golf Digest

The peaceful St. Lucie River flows through this young, vibrant city, making it the perfect place to fish, kayak or sail while nature lovers explore the trails in the Savannas Preserve State Park or Oxbow Eco-center.

Island Life

The uncrowded, clean, sandy beaches on Hutchinson Island are perfect for lounging, walking, running and swimming. You can even ride a horse at Frederick Douglass Memorial Beach. Birders flock to the island’s winding trails or paddle along the shoreline of the Indian River Lagoon where they might even spot a manatee.

Travel Planner

For more information, log onto visitstluciefla.com.

 
 
 
 
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