Discover the Hidden Treasures of Vero Beach, Florida
The natural beauty and low-key lifestyle of old Florida is alive and well in Vero Beach. A small town with a rich history, it’s famous for its fine dining, beachside cafes, boutique shopping, designer hotels, riverside parks, and golden-sand beaches. A monthly art walk, one of the top-rated small regional art museums in the US, and Florida’s largest professional theater are just a few of the world-class cultural treats of Vero Beach.
Referred to locally as the first city in the tropics, Vero Beach is blessed with warm temperatures in the winters and cooling sea breezes in the summer. Whether you enjoy golfing, boating, surfing, swimming, jogging, or hiking—or want to explore one of our yoga, sports, or fitness centers—Vero provides a world of fun for the whole family.
Close to Beaches and Shopping
Mandala Village is located on 53rd Street just west of 58th Avenue, one of the most convenient locations in Vero Beach. Nearby amenities include:
Pristine Atlantic beaches with beachside shopping and dining are only a fifteen-minute drive down the convenient 53rd Street and Indian River Boulevard parkways.
The Sandridge Golf Club, home to two 18-hole courses and one of the finest public golf destinations in the state of Florida, is a few minutes away.
A Publix food market, Walgreens, and CVS stores are conveniently located only five minutes away by car, and the Indian River Mall is only a ten-minute drive away. The Publix store now features many organic choices in produce, bulk items, and staples.
Peterson Groves, less than a five-minute drive from Mandala Village, offers a full line of fresh organic produce, citrus, poultry, and free-range eggs. They also sell organic bulk nuts, legumes, and grains and feature a bi-weekly fresh-catch fish market.
The West Palm Beach and Orlando airports are 90 minutes away, and the Melbourne airport is a 45-minute drive. The Vero Beach airport, with private jet service and once-a-day commercial flights to New Jersey and Maine on Elite Airways, is ten minutes from Mandala Village.
Pure Air and Low-Density Living
Surrounded by orange groves and pasture land on the west and the Atlantic Ocean on the east, the beauty and calm of Indian River County make it the hidden treasure of the Treasure Coast. With a county population of only 160,000, it’s the perfect environment for people who have grown tired of traffic jams and air pollution, and people who love nature, yet want to have access to first-class cultural amenities. Given the paradigm shift that is taking place toward more intentional, sustainable, and healthy living, Vero Beach, in the greater Indian River County community, is the ideal location for a sustainable village that can serve as a model for communities everywhere.