Florida Atlantic Beaches Melbourne to Fort Pierce Topo Map

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The Melbourne area juxtaposes modern beach culture with a caught-in-time 1950s ambience that it has never quite shed. As the hub of the east coast surfing industry, Melbourne is the best place to get surfing equipment in Florida. It’s still a low-key area, except when Orlando invades on the weekends. Jim Jarmusch set part of his film Stranger than Paradise in Melbourne, and the old-time look of pastel motels still lives on along A1A. The Melbourne International Airport—which justifies its rather grand title on the basis of flights to the Bahamas—is actually drawing more carriers these days, and Spirit Airlines flies regularly now between Melbourne and the northeastern United States. It was the birthplace of the UDT, which eventually transformed into the Navy SEALs of today. A mile to the north of the recreation area is the UDT–Navy SEALs Museum, which contains a great history of navy frogmen. The Navy SEAL from the Survivor TV show, Rudy, has some of his gear on display there. Don’t worry, though; the beaches are as safe as can be these days. This eTrail includes detailed descriptions of these beaches: Pelican Beach Park, Indialantic Boardwalk, Spessard Holland Park, Long Point Park, Sebastian Inlet State Park, Jaycee Park, South Beach Park, Avalon, Pepper Beach County Park, and Fort Pierce Inlet State Park.
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Melbourne, Florida

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