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Long Boat Key- boasts luxury accommodations at the Long Boat Key club. Is the place for tennis and golf lovers alike.
Leto Key/Armands -shopping, restaurants and Nature trails for the eco-nature traveler. The Leto/Armands has (3) beaches
Lido North is a public beach that feels like a secluded hideaway for those looking to take romantic walks on the beach.
Lido Beach has a pavilion restroom, swimming pool and concession stands
South Lido is on 4 bodies of water the Gulf of Mexico, Big Pass, Sarasota Bay, Brushy Bay. There are nature trails and a self -guided canoe trail.,
St. Armands Circle steps from Lido Beach has a European feel, with a pedestrian-friendly area where foodies and shopping enthusiasts can enjoy themselves.
Siesta Key is eight miles of beach. During the day it’s mostly families at night the party goers are out.
The (3) beaches that makeup Siesta Beach are Siesta Beach, Crescent Beach and Turtle Beach.
Siesta Beach-ranked the #1 Beach in the U.S. In 2016, the area underwent a $21.5milion renovation. Which included free public parking, new playground, concession stands, and installation of a mobi -mat which makes it easier for persons with disabilities easier access to the beach.
Turtle Beach- is a popular beach with Kayakers and paddle boarders.
The Crystal Sculpting Contest takes place every November.
Casey Key the Luxury Key great place to go fishing and family picnics.
Casey Key is the place the rich and famous reside. You may bump into Mr. Stephen King. This Key boasts breathtaking views of the Gulf of Mexico.
This is the where you will find vacation rental homes, for your next vacation. There is a tackle shop for the fisherman in your life.
There is an (18) acre park that has great picnic areas and concession stands.
Nokomis Beach is the oldest public beach in Sarasota County.
Venice Beach- was named the happiest seaside town in America. Do you like sharks?
You can stroll the beach and look for shark teeth that wash up on the shore. Every April there is the Shark Tooth Festival. Venice beach is popular with scuba divers. There are year-round lifeguards on duty. It also has a great boardwalk and volleyball courts.
Caspersen Beach is the only dog-friendly beach in the area. It also great for bird watching.
Englewood and Manasota- Is a great place for exploring nature.
Englewood is a throwback to old Florida’s simple idyllic lifestyle. It has great antique shopping and cozy restaurant. Englewood is for the traveling looking for a quiet tranquil vacation spot.
Manasota Beach attracts the nature lovers with mangroves and dunes.
Stump Pass Beach is a state park great for hiking.
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