Sarasota's critically acclaimed area Gulf Beaches stretch over 35-miles along the west coast of Florida.
Known for their
magnificent sand and amazing sunsets, lose yourself on Florida's
Southwest Gulf Coast.
On Lido Key, just southwest of St. Armand's Circle.
NORTH LIDO BEACH
Very private with easy access.
SOUTH LIDO PARK
Bordered by four bodies of water, Lido Park is on thee southern tip of Lido Key
and offers skyline view of Downtown Sarasota.
LONGBOAT KEY BEACH
Manicured Longboat Key offers a beach the runs they entire stretch
of the barrier island.
CASEY KEY BEACHES
Nokomis Beach is located on Casey Key directly west of the Albee
NORTH JETTY PARK
A marvelous surfing location on the southern tip of Casey Key.
Popular for fishing, you can watch the boats pass through from the Intracoastal
on their way to the Gulf.
SIESTA KEY BEACH
Voted as One of
“America’s Best Beaches;” this is one of the best in the world.
Ranked as the “Third Best Walking Beach in the USA,” by
USA Today International Edition; and “The Best of the Best Sand,” by Conde Nast Traveler.
Located at the southern end of Siesta Key, less populated and a
great shelling beach.
South of Siesta Key's Public Beach, it stretches for
about one and a half miles toward Point of Rocks a favorite of scuba
PALMER POINT BEACH
Begins at the southern tip of Siesta Key and continues onto the
north end of Casey Key.
You'll find 14-acres of gorgeous beach on Manasota Key, with picnic
tables, boardwalks and bath facilities.
BLIND PASS BEACH
This is a great swimming & fishing location, with over 60-acres of nature trails and a dock area for boaters on the
Intra Coastal Waterway.
Offers a recreation area, boardwalk, numerous amenities, nearby
shops and restaurants, with something for all ages.
STUMP PASS BEACH
Just south of Englewood Beach, Stump Pass Beach is an the angler's