Oceanscapes and palm trees were breathtaking sights while living in Sebastian Florida. The city’s mantra is 'Home of the Pelican Island', which is a neighboring island that was named as the first US wildlife refuge. The city is quaint but beautiful. I love it because it isn't overburdened with tourism. It is great for relaxation and has a wholesome, laid back beach feel. The city is in close proximity to Vero Beach and is near the Indian River.
Sebastian Florida is an awesome place to raise a family. It is not encumbered by large busy crowds and has great school systems in place. The cost of living for a primo oceanic living is pretty darn good considering it is Florida. Employment rates could be better-however most of the city’s population is 65 years of age or older. Some of my most adored, best areas in Sebastian Florida are the Sebastian Inlet Park. Camping, fishing, and surfing are prevalent there, and the views are breathtaking.