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Melbourne (FL), Beach intro. Considered by many to be one of the most affordable places to retire in Florida, Brevard County's Melbourne Beach sits along the state's east coast. This is the county's oldest beach resort, with the community having achieved town status in the early 1920s when the unnamed island on which it sits was linked to the mainland by bridge. Although mostly residential, it features a few dozen Melbourne Beach hotels for those looking to unwind on one of its low-key Atlantic beaches. Away from the sand, visitors can walk the historic Melbourne Beach Pier or pass by the Old Melbourne Beach Town Hall. Relaxation can be sought in the leafy Ryckman Park. Among the most popular stretches of sand on the east coast of the island are the surfing beach of Bonsteel Park, Canova Beach and Paradise Beach, but Melbourne Beach, in the main town, is among the most frequented.