On the Beach

With a captivating coastline that stretches for miles, you’ll find a place to plant your umbrella.

Experience: Serene beaches Bustling beaches Old Florida Casual

Florida's Gulf Coast offers sun-drenched strands of peace and privacy. Imagine your own secluded beach as far as the eye can see, shared only by your nearest neighbor.

Comfy cottages and grand estates line the relaxed barrier islands of Casey Key and Manasota Key.

To the south, the islands of Palm, Little Gasparilla and Useppa can only be reached by boat, ensuring your day is a truly tropical escape.

BUSTLING BEACHES

Internationally renowned for having some of the finest beaches in the world, the Gulf Coast is truly a beach lover’s paradise. Visitors come to dip their toes into our powdery white sands, swim in the warm, azure waters, and end each day with a glorious sunset over the Gulf of Mexico.

On the Beach

On Siesta Key you'll discover one of the top ranked beaches in the world with locals lounging on the soft quartz sands and tourists savoring sorbet in Siesta Village. The beaches of Lido Key are equally magnificent, offering a more sophisticated ambiance near the boutique-lined sidewalks of St. Armands Circle.

To the north, the condominiums of Longboat Key provide island-style luxury while Bradenton Beach is a popular destination for a leisurely day spent soaking in the sun or shopping on Bridge Street.

OLD FLORIDA CASUAL

You'll know "Old Florida" when you see it – a slice of simple paradise untouched by time and commercial development. It's where mom-and- pop shops line quaint streets that are invitingly walkable and bikeable. Amidst swaying palm trees and classic, rambling cottages, it's easy to get lost in the rhythmic sound of the waves.

On Anna Maria Island, you'll discover Holmes Beach with its charming shopping and dining districts, eclectic cafes, and corner antique shops. The never-too-crowded Englewood Beach on Manasota Key offers plenty of opportunities for shelling, while Venice is well-known for its dog-friendly Brohard Paw Park and Beach.

And on Little Gasparilla Island, Boca Grande is straight out of a bygone era, with idyllic streetscapes, no traffic lights, and quiet beaches touched by gentle surf.

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