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Sarasota Beaches

Sarasota Beaches

Immerse Yourself in Beach Life

Sarasota is consistently recognized for outstanding Gulf beaches. Over 35 miles of shoreline attracts residents and visitors to enjoy the amazing beauty, breathtaking sunsets, relaxing sea breezes and intriguing sea life. Take a stroll, swim in calm azure waters, picnic, snorkel or shell to your hearts content. From popular beaches with amenities and lifeguards, to more secluded locations, immerse yourself in beach life.

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Sarasota Beaches


No Shoes Required

Anna Maria Island remains true to its secluded, natural habitat and offers a journey back to simpler coastal times. Here, flip-flops and sunscreen are the attire of the day, and the speed limit never exceeds 35 mph. Though located in Manatee County, we gladly include this idyllic location in our discovery of Sarasota Area Beaches. JOURNEY TO ANNA MARIA ISLAND

Tropical Elegance

Just South of Anna Maria, this manicured barrier island offers a tropical escape with no passport required. Here, you’ll find a coastal sophistication with just under 11 miles of Gulf beaches. Primarily resort and residential, the secluded beaches offer limited access and parking.  JOURNEY TO LONGBOAT KEY

Endless Adventure

Attracting visitors from around the world, Lido Key beaches are pristine and well-appointed. Offering sidewalks for rollerblading, or jogging and numerous opportunities for recreation on the beaches, Lido is an ideal location for eco-tourism, encompassing 100 acres of pristine coastal habitat, perfect for exploration of all kinds. JOURNEY TO LIDO KEY

America’s Best Beach

Consistently ranked one of America’s top beaches, Siesta Key Beach is internationally lauded for its 99% quartz sand, arriving from the Appalachian Mountains. Calm Gulf waters and soft cool sand attract visitors year-round to Siesta Key. Beaches include Siesta Beach, Crescent Beach, Turtle Beach and Palmer Point Beach. JOURNEY TO SIESTA KEY

Pristine Privacy

When you’re looking for pristine privacy, Casey Key delivers. Primarily residential, this tranquil 8-mile barrier island sanctuary provides recreation both in and out of the water. Attracting families, surfers and anglers, beaches include Nokomis Beach and North Jetty Beach. JOURNEY TO CASEY KEY

Nature’s Bounty

One of the few west coast communities not separated by a Gulf barrier island, Venice beaches are a great place to hunt for shark teeth and seashells. Home to Caspersen Beach and Brohard Paw Park, this popular area attracts nature enthusiasts, anglers, divers and those seeking a beach excursion for every member of the family.  JOURNEY TO VENICE

Gem of the Suncoast

Manasota Key features four of the world’s most beautiful beaches.  Primarily residential, with limited access, unspoiled coastline provides an unparalleled beach experience and a sanctuary for sea turtles and bird life. Beaches include Manasota Beach, Blind Pass Beach,  Englewood Beach and Stump Pass Beach. JOURNEY TO MANASOTA KEY