Port Salerno

About Port Salerno

Port Salerno is a historic small-town and fishing village. The area is defined by the Manatee Pocket, a picturesque bay extending out to the St. Lucie Inlet. It’s a peaceful yet fun place to live, blending local art galleries with waterfront dining featuring locally-caught seafood.

Real Estate Statistics
Total Listings
19,561
Average Price
$699,491
Highest Price
$84,900,000
Lowest Price
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About Port Salerno

Port Salerno is a quaint fishing village in Martin County, Florida. It's located just along the border of southern Stuart, and a few miles north of Hobe Sound. 

Downtown Port St. Lucie is located about a 30 minute drive miles northwest, while West Palm Beach is about a 45 minute drive south via I-95.

The main highway through Port Salerno is State Road A1A and the waterfront district is adjacent to the highway.

Port Salerno’s waterfront district is located at the south end of Manatee Pocket - which is always busy with fishing related enterprises like charter boats, commercial fishing boats and seafood restaurants.

Port Salerno Real Estate

The Port Salerno real estate market features a variety of new, single-family homes for sale. Many homes for sale in Port Salerno are beautiful waterfront homes. 

The residential areas of Port Salerno are east of the waterfront district on a large peninsula separated from nearby Jupiter Island by Great Pocket, a section of the Intracoastal Waterway.

At coastal Real Estate Professionals, we specialize in Port Salerno and South Florida listings. Reach out to us today and arrange a viewing of your dream Martin County home.

Things To Do In Port Salerno

There’s so much to do when you live in Port Salerno - especially if you love seafood and water activities. 

Locals love launching their boats or going stand-up paddleboarding from Sandsprit Park. Sandsprit Park’s amenities include bike paths, boat ramps, a fishing pier, picnic sites, playground, and restrooms - so you can enjoy a truly relaxing day  while taking in the stunning waterways.

Port Salerno is also home to St. Lucie Inlet Preserve State Park - a fun place to paddleboard, kayak, fish and enjoy the intercostal mangroves!

Originally the hub for the South Florida commercial fishing industry, Port Salerno is now a working waterfront. As a result, fishing fleets regularly provide fresh seafood to local restaurants and markets - meaning locals get to enjoy some of the best seafood Florida has to offer!

One of the most popular places to dine is the Twisted Tuna. It offers a beautiful view of the water that surrounds it on two sides - and you can visit the restaurant by land or on a boat!

Port Salerno’s seafood is so good that it’s worth celebrating. The Port Salerno Seafood Festival is held on the public docks and neighborhood streets early in the year.

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Listing information last updated on October 26th, 2021 at 5:00am EDT.