Jensen Beach is located along the scenic and boarders the Atlantic Ocean. It is situated in northeastern Martin County, about 45 miles north of the Palm Beach’s and approximately 150 south of Orlando. This very old quaint community on the Florida Treasure Coast and was once noted as the Pineapple Capital of the World, shipping over a million boxes per year. Today, the legacy of this tropical fruit lives on; the pineapple has become a symbol of this charming village. Appropriately, the pineapple is also a symbol of hospitality, and Jensen Beach has lived up to this…read more
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Jensen Beach is a popular place for shopping both residents and visitors love the retail shopping center of the Florida Treasure Coast, Jensen Beach attracts the most discriminating shoppers. If you like seafood, you have selected the right place! Jensen Beach has also earned an excellent reputation for its fine dining. In historic downtown you’ll find a variety of dining experiences, from gourmet cuisine charmingly served in a quaint historic home to family-style restaurants. Looking for a truly tropical dining experience? Caribbean fare is available in a historic riverfront tavern, complete with the rhythm of a calypso or reggae band.
Miles of unspoiled beaches has made Jensen Beach – Hutchinson Island a popular vacation destination and desirable place to live for almost a century. The friendly residents of Jensen Beach make any visitor feel right at home. It is easy to see why the area, which includes neighbor Hutchinson Island with its miles of unspoiled.
The water enthusiast will find the area a paradise, with boating, sailing, water skiing and surfing all popular activities. Scuba divers can explore shipwrecks and artificial reefs just offshore, while those wishing to stay above water will find opportunities for fishing plentiful. Jensen Beach’s magnificent waterways offer a wide assortment of fishing experiences from deep sea fishing aboard one of our local charters to wading the Indian River for trout, snook or many other game fish. You can bring your own bike or rent one for a leisurely ride to the beach, or even share the effort on a rented bicycle built for two.
Although no longer the “Pineapple Capital of the World” as it was at the turn of the 20th century, Jensen Beach continues to celebrate its heritage with the Pineapple Festival, the community’s annual signature event featuring local and national musical acts, carnival rides and helicopter tours. The historic downtown district also plays host to “Jammin’ Jensen,” a weekly Thursday night block party featuring local street vendors, art galleries and entertainment.