Florida's South East Coast
The chic elegance of Palm Beach and the pulsating rhythms of Miami’s South Beach are more than enough to keep most vacationers deliriously and delightfully entertained.
Add in the grassy vastness of the Everglades and the coral majesty of the Florida Keys, and the result is a miracle of diversity and a vacation treasure unlike any other — this is Southeast Florida.
Southeast Florida begins in the tranquil Martin County, which stretches from the broad Atlantic beaches to the shores of Lake Okeechobee.
Twenty-one miles of pristine shoreline and 81 miles of protected inland waterways, including one of the few remaining jungle rivers in the Americas, provide anglers with ample opportunity to land snook, sea trout, freshwater bass, pompano and snapper, just to name a few.
And with America's best concentration of sailfish and marlin just offshore, the City of Stuart has earned the title of "Sailfish Capital of the World."
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