The Southern Gulf Coast of Florida offers beautiful beaches and excellent weather. Unlike the Atlantic Ocean, the Gulf is typically warm, calm, and inviting. The barrier island stretches from Clearwater Beach all the way down to St. Pete Beach, an 18-mile stretch of the most beautiful Gulf beaches you’ll find.
St. Pete beach is known for its water sport activities, such as kiteboarding, windsurfing, parasailing, and stand-up paddleboarding. This destination is also the longest stretch of undeveloped public beach in the St. Pete/Clearwater area.
Clearwater Beach is one of the most popular beaches in Florida. Laid-back and beautiful, it is known for its stretch of soft, white sand, which draws visitors year-round for boating, jet-skiing, parasailing, and stand-up paddleboarding in its calm waters. You will see cyclists and rollerbladers glide along a winding beachfront promenade lined with casual seafood restaurants and cafes. Every evening at sunset, Pier 60 hosts an entertaining festival with street performers and craft vendors.
Indian Rocks Beach is a very nice place and has excellent beaches! This small beach town feel has a nice mixture of restaurants, beaches, parks, and other amenities for both tourists and residents. The beaches are clean, with beautiful white sand, and easy, available parking. With over 20 beach access points, tourists can enjoy the beach and easily walk to all amenities. There are four parks with playground equipment, basketball, pickleball and tennis courts and even a dog park visitors can use.
Additional beaches include Sand Key, Bellaire Beach, Indian Shores, Redington and North Redington Beach, Madeira Beach, John’s Pass, Treasure Island and south of St. Pete Beach is the historical Pass-a-Grill Beach. There so much to see and do and everyday has sunshine!
Our visitors and hosts alike enjoy the old Florida beach towns with their boutiques, outdoor air markets, restaurants, rooftop bars, fishing piers and ice cream parlors all within walking distance.