Welcome to Martin County Florida
Where warm waters meet perfect waves. Where soft sand beaches play backdrop for sunbathing, swimming, and snapshots. Where the great outdoors still feels natural, and time isn’t the only thing that’ s preserved. Good news: you don’t have to imagine.
Martin County is easily accessible via I-95 and Florida's Turnpike to four major international airports.
Martin County Communities
Unique in so many ways, Hobe Sound sits in the most environmentally sensitive area of southeastern Martin County. Here you can discover an understated elegance. With its collection of antique shops, funky eateries, art galleries, and nature parks, Hobe Sound embodies the definition of small beach town charm.Learn More
Hutchinson Island is home to miles of pristine and uncrowded beaches. It is the perfect getaway for the beach lover and water enthusiast, where you can surf, boat, sail, kite-surf, dive, and snorkel.Learn More
Originally established by the Seminole people as a trading post, Indiantown is a small, quiet town about 15 miles west of Stuart and 8 miles north of the Palm Beach County line.Learn More
Jensen Beach is a quiet ocean and riverfront town with beautiful beaches, great fishing, and a quaint downtown with a small town pace. From the moment you enter the downtown area of Jensen Beach, the town’s “Pineapple Capital of the World” heritage becomes strongly evident.Learn More
Palm City is just west of the ocean and Stuart, surrounded by lots of waterways near the Turnpike and I-95.Learn More
The historic small-town fishing village of Port Salerno blends local color with art galleries, working artist studios, and waterfront dining, featuring locally-caught seafood, as well as land lover fare.Learn More
Located on the north shore of the St. Lucie River, Rio is a quaint area consisting of small, individually owned businesses and uniquely family owned Florida accommodations.Learn More
Shaded by ancient oaks and surrounded on three sides by the St. Lucie River and the Indian River Lagoon, Sewall’s Point is known for its natural beauty. The Town is a designated bird sanctuary and has been a nationally recognized “Tree City” for over two decades. Many unique shops and outstanding dining can be found in beautiful Sewall’s Point.Learn More
Stuart, the county seat, also known as the “Sailfish Capital of the World” because of the many sailfish found off the coast, is located along the banks of the St. Lucie River. Stuart is also located on the eastern point of the Okeechobee Waterway, which extends from the Atlantic Ocean in Stuart to the Gulf of Mexico in Ft. Myers, giving Stuart the nickname of “The Panama Canal of Florida.”Learn More
Famous for its beautiful beaches, the Loxahatchee River, and Intracoastal Waterway. The town enjoys a vibrant cultural life and rich history and hosts several annual arts and entertainment festivals.Learn More