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    The Treasure Coast is a region in Florida that consists of Martin County, St. Lucie County and Indian River County. This area is known for its tons of treasure left behind by sunk ships. In 1715, the “Plate Fleet” was wrecked during a hurricane, leaving tons of treasure on the sea floor. Today, the area is a quaint beach town that boasts a laid-back vibe and a wide variety of local activities.

    The Treasure Coast has about 70 miles of shoreline. It’s home to forty public beach parks and countless private beach accesses. If you’re looking to get a feel for treasure hunting, head to the coast after a storm to find treasure. You’ll be able to spot a variety of treasure in the soft sand at the high tide mark. Look for shiny, dark, or oddly-shaped objects. These could be coins hidden inside containers oxidized by high pressure.

    While most people visit the Treasure Coast by air, they don’t have to drive there. There are public transportation systems in the area. Fort Pierce Harbor is located on the Indian River across from the Fort Pierce Inlet. This harbor is an important port for the Treasure Coast. The Intracoastal Waterway follows the Indian River through the area, and there is also the Okeechobee Waterway, which connects Stuart with Ft. Myers on the west coast. Halfway through its course, it passes through Lake Okeechobee.

    In addition to the bus systems, there are also trains. The Treasure Coast is located close to the Gold Coast (West Palm Beach) and the Space Coast (Cape Canaveral and Melbourne).