Located on the barrier island and bordered to the east by the Atlantic Ocean and to the west by the Intracoastal, Central Beach is a highly desirable area to live because of its walkability to shopping, dining, entertainment and outdoor amenities. From the Vero Beach Museum of Art to the Riverside Theater to numerous oceanside restaurants and bars, there is so much to do without ever having to get in your car! Not only is Central Beach walkable, but it is golf cart friendly! Driving down the oak canopied streets on a golf cart is a great way to see the unique style of eclectic, beachy homes that make up Central Beach. You will find most of these streets are named after the many, indigenous tropical trees and flowers of the area; generally trees at the north end, and flowery shrubs towards the south.