- Hidden Lake Village
- Hudson Bayou
- Hudson Oaks
- Indian Beach Sapphire Shores
- Las Palmas
- Laurel Park
- Lawrence Pointe
- Long Meadow
- Longwood Run
- Meadows C C
- Oyster Bay Estates
- Palm Aire
- Palm Avenue
- Palm Gardens
- Palmer Ranch
- Paradise Shores
- Paver Park
- Pelican Cove
- Phillippi Landings
- Plaza Gardens
- Poinsetta Park
- Private Homes
- Private Homes, Downtown
- Quail Run
- Ringling Park
- Riverview Estates
- Schooner Bay
- Shoreland Woods
- Sienna Park
- Southpointe Shores
- The Lakes
- Three Oaks
- Tivoli by the Sea
- Village des Pins
- Villagio, Villa de Este
- Whitfield Estates
- Woodridge Oaks
- 1350 Main
- Alinari at Rosemary Place
- Arlington Park
- Ashton Lakes
- Ballentine Manor Estates
- Baywood Colony
- Beneva Ridge
- Bent Tree
This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
$630 - $945 per week 7 night min stay
$100 - $150 per night 1-3 night min stay
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$130 - $209 per night 3 night min stay
$2,000 - $3,500 per month 31 night min stay
$3,800.00 monthly / $999.00 weekly
$9,000 - $16,000 per month 30 night min stay
$200 per night 3 night min stay
$1,050 - $2,506 per week 7 night min stay
$70 - $125 per night 6 night min stay
$100 - $180 per night 5 night min stay
$79 - $139 per night 3 night min stay
£86 per night - GBP 7-14 night min stay
$695 per week 7 night min stay
$49 - $99 per night 2-4 night min stay
$39 - $75 per night 2-3 night min stay
$114 - $120 per night 3-7 night min stay
$125 per night 3 night min stay
$2,250 - $3,000 per week 7 night min stay
$39 - $75 per night 2-3 night min stay
$5,000 per month 31 night min stay
$45 per night 4 night min stay
$3,867 per month 29 night min stay
$99 - $118 per night 14 night min stay
$150+/ per night- $950+/ per week
$4,050 per month 30 night min stay
$840 - $1,200 per week 7 night min stay
$118 - $250 per night 6-30 night min stay
$115+-per night-- $650+/per week
$500-$700/wk - $1000-$2800/mo
$1,050 - $1,500 per week 7 night min stay
$2,000 per month 28 night min stay
Sarasota Travel Tips
Sarasota offers visitors an excellent array of cultural attractions, dining experiences and outdoor activities.
Of course, while visiting Sarasota you'll want to spend ample time on the sandy shores getting that perfect tan, catching up on reading, cooling off in the bright blue waters and building the world's greatest sand castle, and there's plenty of space on the beaches to do all that and more during your vacation.
When you're ready to head inland, a variety of local restaurants await you to fill you with delicious flavors - especially fresh seafood - and provide you with a delightful night out. You can also spend time learning about the history and culture of this Floridian city as you explore the architecture, museums and even the circus.
Things to Do in Sarasota
- The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art: If you've been a long-time fan of the circus, art and the Ringling Brothers, visiting the John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art and the Circus Museum are musts on the Sarasota to-do list. The Museum of Art boasts 21 galleries featuring paintings from Europe, contemporary art from Asia and America and Cypriot antiquities. There's currently more than 10,000 works in the collection in mediums such as painting, photography, sculpture, drawings and decorative arts. Some of the most treasured masterpieces are from Peter Paul Ruben, Marcel Duchamp, Rosa Bonheur, Benedetto Pagni, Joseph Wright of Derby and more. And if you love the magic of stepping into the big tent, be sure to also swing by the Circus Museum, where you'll find performing props, wardrobes and equipment like parade wagons and a person-shooting cannon. You'll also see a variety of 19th and 20th century posters and learn all about the history of "the greatest show on earth."
- Sarasota Jungle Gardens: Nature and animals lovers will certainly appreciate the Sarasota Jungle Gardens, which is one of the oldest continuously run attractions in Florida. Here you'll find more than 150 animals, both native and exotic, including parrots, birds of prey, primates, snakes, alligators, small mammals and flamingos - a huge draw here - throughout the 10 acres of tropical landscaping. The recently installed Flamingo Cam offers 24-hour viewing access to the flock of pink birds.
- Ca' d'zan Mansion: This amazing house is A 56-room Venetian Gothic-inspired structure that was formerly the Ringling family's home. The mansion covers 36,000 square feet and stands five stories tall. Take a guided tour of the palace and you'll feel like a personal guest of the Ringling family as you hear stories and information about them as well as the home itself.
- Siesta Beach: For eight miles you'll experience the city's gateway to the Gulf of Mexico. Locals and visitors alike enjoy the laid-back, relaxed vibe, calm waters of the Gulf and the unbeatable sunshine.
Dining in Sarasota
- Captain Curt's Crab and Oyster Bar: Being so close to the ocean, fresh seafood is sure to be delicious in Sarasota, and you can find tasty options at Captain Curt's Crab and Oyster Bar. This family-friendly eatery with a relaxed atmosphere and reasonable prices gives you a taste of "Old Florida" with conch fritters, crab, shrimp, gator bites, escargot and more. For the adults, there's also an outdoor Tiki Bar here that serves drinks until 2 a.m., so you can have a fun, but relaxed, night out in a tropical setting. There's also a foosball table and pinball machine inside if you're up for some friendly competition. If you're feeling adventurous, there's even karaoke and live entertainment most nights.
- Bijou Cafe: For a more upscale dining experience, head to the Bijou Cafe, which has been serving delicious Continental-American cuisine since 1986. The eatery features an award-winning wine list and exceptional service. The decor is lovely and emulates a modern European cafe with French windows and fresh-picked flowers glowing in candlelight. The Sarasota Herald Tribune has awarded the Bijou Cafe with reader's choice awards, and it has received accolades from other papers as well. Try the crab cakes, mussels, tuna tartar, roasted duck or mushroom ravioli.
- Marina Jack: For waterfront dining, Marina Jack is the place to go. The dining room on the second floor offers stunning views overlooking the intercoastal waterway while you enjoy a libation from the award-winning wine list paired with steak, seafood or pasta. The restaurants is open for lunch and dinner as well as brunch on Sundays. There are also gluten-free and vegetarian options available at Marina Back.