Sebastian-Vero Beach Florida Metro

Sebastian-Vero Beach Florida Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) is located on the Central East coast of Florida and includes Indian River County, Florida and the cities it contains.

Largest Cities in the Sebastian Florida Metro Region include: Vero Beach, Vero Beach South, Florida Ridge, Sebastian

Vero Beach is the largest city in Indian River County and is known for its beautiful beaches, upscale residential areas, and relaxed atmosphere. Sebastian is a smaller city to the north of Vero Beach known for its laid-back coastal charm and outdoor recreational opportunities.

The Vero Beach-Sebastian area is rich in natural beauty and wildlife. The Indian River Lagoon is one of the most diverse estuaries in North America and provides a haven for various plant and animal species. The lagoon offers opportunities for boating, kayaking, paddleboarding, and observing dolphins and manatees.

There are several nature preserves and parks in the region, such as the Oslo Riverfront Conservation Area and Sebastian Inlet State Park, which offer opportunities for hiking, birdwatching, and exploring diverse ecosystems. Located just north of Vero Beach, Pelican Island National Wildlife Refuge was the first national wildlife refuge in the United States. It was established in 1903 to protect brown pelicans and other bird species. The refuge is home to diverse bird populations and offers educational programs and nature trails.

The Vero Beach-Sebastian Metro area includes several pristine beaches along the Atlantic Ocean. Vero Beach offers a wide, sandy coastline, perfect for swimming, sunbathing, and beachcombing. Sebastian Inlet State Park, located just south of Sebastian, is a beautiful beach with surfing and fishing opportunities.