Pieces of the Past
If you want to learn all about Sebastian’s history, including being part of the Treasure Coast, take a tour through the museums. Here, you will find authentic fishing gear and learn the story about the Fishing Net Ban of 1994 that changed the waterline forever. Dive fans will be thrilled with the sights and stories about the sunken Spanish galleons, along with a few pieces of the recovered treasure. Only a fraction of the loot has been found to date, which makes going off on a treasure hunt all the more appealing after visiting the museums.
Thar Be Treasure Here
If you are bitten by the sunken treasure bug, begin some diving lessons and get going. The search for the gold and jewels is one of the hottest outdoor activities on the Treasure Coast. If looking for lost loot is not for you, soak up the sun on the beach and relax as you listen to the waves. Sebastian has so much to offer when it comes to outdoor activities: boating, fishing, camping, hiking, surfing, golf, and nature trails to name a few things. With the wonderful weather the city usually has, you can enjoy most of them year-round.
Flea Markets and Feas
Making friends is a challenge sometimes, but Sebastian makes it easy. There is something going on almost every month that draws cheering, excited crowds. You can find plenty of ways to have a good time in this city at these community events. Foodies will not want to miss the annual Florida Key Lime Pie Festival; you may even want to enter your own pie. Learn all about how to get healthy, and get some free basic screenings at the Health and Wellness Fair. Bargains galore are what you will find at the Indian River Marine Flea Market and Outdoor Show from antiques to marine artifacts.