SARASOTA BEACHES

 

Lido Beach
Located on Lido Key, one half mile southwest of St. Armand's Circle.

South Lido Park
Located at the southern tip of Lido Key. The park is bordered by four bodies of water; The Gulf of Mexico, Big Pass, Sarasota Bay, and Brushy Bayou. The southern beach portion of the park offers views of the skyli ne of downtown Sarasota and the Gulf.

Longboat Key Beach
Longboat Key was voted the "second best island in North America"
by readers of Condé Nast Traveler magazine.

Casey Key Beaches
Nokomis Beach is located on Casey Key directly west of the Albee Road Bridge.

North Jetty Park
Located on the southern tip of Casey Key. One of the best places on the west coast of
Florida for surfing. It's a popular spot for fishing and a great place to watch the boats
pass through the jetties from the Intracoastal to the Gulf.

Siesta Key  Beach
Offers the most pristine white sands in the world.  Voted as One of “America’s Best Beaches;”
“Third Best Walking Beach in the USA,” by USA Today International Edition;
and “The Best of the Best Sand,” by Conde Nast Traveler magazine.

Turtle Beach
Located at the southern end of Siesta Key, less populated and a great shelling beach.

Crescent Beach
Located Located just south of Siesta Key Public Beach, it stretches for about
one and a half miles toward Point of Rocks a favorite of scuba divers.

Palmer Point Beach
Begins at the southern tip of Siesta Key and continues onto the north end of Casey Key.


Area Attractions    Fishing    Parks & Recreation

 

 

 


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