The town of Indialantic is on the barrier reef that separates the Indian River Lagoon from the Atlantic Ocean. Fifth Avenue is “main street” of the town with a variety of shops, restaurants and professional services. The east end of Fifth Avenue is Wave Crest Avenue also known as “the boardwalk.” The boardwalk on the ocean extends from Nancy Park south over 10 blocks of public beaches that draw beach patrons from all over. Locals and tourists alike love the town’s clean beaches, great surfing, fishing and boating.
Morning, noon or night, you can always find good food in Indialantic. Breakfast is best served at the Blueberry Muffin, Beachside Café or Around the World Café and Bakery. Looking for a tasty lunch or dinner but not from some restaurant chain? You're in luck! The best places to frequent are Haru, Skewers, Tropics Bistro, Island Fish Grille, Scott’s 5th Ave, Dos Amigos, Longdoggers, Bunky’s raw bar or the Cuban Island restaurant.
Indialantic and Greater Indialantic extends from Miami Avenue south to Eau Gallie Causeway. Greater Indialantic is the northern unincorporated part of town that shares the 32903 zip code but is actually part of the city of Melbourne, otherwise a mainland community.
The schools include: Indialantic Elementary, Hoover Junior High and Holy Name PreK-8th grade. All of the schools have been A-Rated by the state of Florida. Indialantic has the highest per capita income in Brevard County and is home to just over 12,000 people. Over fifty percent of the population has a bachelor degree or higher. It’s a great place to raise a family.
Homes in Indialantic generally range from 150K to over 2 million for luxurious waterfront properties. The prices have been steadily rising since the end of 2011.