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Nestled between the Indian River Lagoon and the Atlantic Ocean, Indialantic offers many recreational opportunities for residents and visitors. On any given day you’ll see surfers, swimmers, sun bathers, runners, walkers and bicyclists enjoying the Town’s recreational resources.
While you’re here, visit Indialantic’s shops and restaurants. There are plenty of options for a great meal, new beach clothes or anything else you might need. Indialantic has a terrific boardwalk that will occupy the entire day if you like. Food, fun and relaxation will be yours for the taking with your visit. Once you come to Indialantic, you may never want to leave. This is truly a great beach community that will offer years of comfortable easy living.
Indialantic is situated on the barrier island that separates the Indian River Lagoon from the Atlantic Ocean. This island, approximately 35 miles (56 km) in length, stretches south from Cape Canaveral to the Sebastian Inlet. The Melbourne Causeway connects Indialantic to the city of Melbourne across the Indian River Lagoon. Indialantic is bordered on the south by the town of Melbourne Beach and on the north by unincorporated Brevard County.
Greater Indialantic, outside the town boundaries, represents a parallel development of suburban beach homes, which for lack of a stronger identity, has assumed that of the nearest town. The Town of Indialantic is a 1 by 1 miles (1.6 by 1.6 km) community. The areas mentioned below are not in town but share a zip code with Indialantic.
This area starts with the town of Indialantic on the south and lies between the Atlantic Ocean and the Indian River, extending north to the Eau Gallie Causeway (SR 518). It includes mostly unincorporated parts of Brevard County but also includes a development that is part of the city of Melbourne, otherwise a mainland community.
Included are these developments: