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Siesta Key

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Recent Siesta Key reviews

  • it was nice!

    "It was a nice place I just have a few complaints that the couches look really old and you can see a lot of stains on the carpet throughout the place. it's a tad bit of a walk to the beach but overall it was a nice place."
    Guest: Flor G. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 23, 2014
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  • Casarina is a great place in Siesta Key

    "Our family had a wonderful time in Siesta Key. Great beach, great place, great times. Casarina is a wonderful place to stay and would recommend it highly. Truly a great vacation. Thank you!!!! Grateful in Langhorne"
    Guest: Dave Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 17, 2014
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  • Perfect!

    "This condo was absolutely perfect for a beach weekend getaway for the girls. Once we parked our car in the lot we didn't have to drive anywhere until we were packed up to go home days later. One block away from a hub of restaurants, bars, and shops, and only a few blocks away from a relatively uncrowded area of the beach, the location of this rental is a huge attraction. The unit is simply but very nicely furnished, and everything was clean and in working order upon arrival. I highly recommend it!"
    Guest: Sam Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: May 28, 2014
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  • Beautiful Area and Lovely Condo!

    "This was our first stay in Siesta Key, Florida, and I have to say it was absolutely charming. Our condo was comfortable, very clean, and welcoming. We all enjoyed coming home there after the end of a long day at the beach or running around Sarasota. This condo was also priced so reasonably and well worth it. The owners were accommodating and kind, great at communication. The grounds are so scenic here with lots of grassy areas and the intercoastal waterway flowing in behind (fishermen and kayakers will love it), and Crescent Beach is an enchanting place to take long walks on the beach and watch the sunsets! Also, we went to see The Ringling Art Museum and grounds and John and Mabel Ringling's gracious home in Sarasota, and anyone visiting this area would love that experience. One day we also went kayaking with Adventure Kayak Outfitters. Dan was our guide, and he was so informative and fun :). We saw manatees bobbing in the water right off the bat! As far as driving in this area, it's a breeze...not real trafficky in Sarasota, lots to see and do, great places to shop so bring your car/van or rent a car. Grab your groceries at a Publix store before coming over the Stickney Bridge onto Midnight Pass Road. The Village in Siesta Key is a fun place to shop, too. Mmmm, Ciao Gelatto has my <3! Now back to the beaches...We went to Siesta Key Public Beach (great concession stand and this one has restrooms), Crescent Beach, Turtle Beach, and Lido Beach. All were beautiful! Siesta Key and Crescent Beaches were our favorites. The soft white sand is heavenly. The water is this exquisite mix of azure blues and pale aqua greens, with gentle lapping waves. We stayed in the ocean all day! Turtle Beach is great for fishermen, too. Lido was nice and quiet with a concession stand whose food was delicious. The bottom line is you can't go wrong when visiting Siesta Key. It's a sweet vacation spot. You might even end up wanting to live there! I know I do!"
    Guest: Gette Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: June 25, 2014
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Siesta Key Travel Tips

When you take a vacation to Siesta Key, Fla., you’ll find people who enjoy an active lifestyle. From artists and writers to outdoor sports enthusiasts, there’s much to do on this barrier island. At 8 miles long, you’ll find some of the world’s best white sand beaches, shopping and dining that will make you want to extend your vacation into a lifelong stay.

This little island of paradise is perfect for a romantic getaway or a family vacation. The clear waters will inspire you and the one-of-a-kind attractions are what you always imagined an island escape would be.

Must-see Attractions in Siesta Key

Beaches: When you go to Siesta Key, it’ll be hard not to find yourself at Siesta Key Beach. The fine white sand is perfect for a day of fun in the sun and the water is even better for activities like surfing, wakeboarding and boating. This beach is one of the most beautiful in the country, so you certainly don’t want to skip it. There are several other beaches on the island as well, including Nokomis Public Beach, North Jetty Park Beach, Whitney Beach, Palma Sola South and North, Englewood Mid Beach and Palm Island North.

Beach rides: If you’ve always wanted to take a cruise along the beach, Siesta Key is the place to do it. There are several local companies that offer rides to visitors and guests, and they will guide you along the shores in covered golf carts to give you some of the best views you can find.

Point of Rocks: You haven’t seen anything until you visit Point of Rocks. This beach is a rare geologic feature that’s perfect for bird watching and marine wildlife viewing. On top of that, there’s a scenic beach nearby for you to watch the sunset and enjoy the scenery. Fishermen will love Point of Rocks as they cast out their lines and try to snag a bite.

Outdoor activities: There’s a reason many of Siesta Key’s residents enjoy outdoor activities - there’s so much to do! Whether it’s getting a tan on the beach or dipping your toes in the water, a relaxed lifestyle is what it’s all about. Guests can go fishing along one of the many piers, including the Englewood Ken Thompson Park Pier and the New Pass Pier. You can even watch a game of cricket and learn more about this English pastime with a visit to the Sarasota International Cricket Club’s grounds. During the summer months, visitors can check out free concerts in the park to hear a number of musical performances and get down. You can also go wind surfing, jet or water skiing, boating and snorkeling if you want to get up close and personal with the water and take on a more daring adventure.

Shopping and Dining in Siesta Key

Shopping: There’s plenty of shopping to be done in Siesta Key and the surrounding areas. The island is just a short drive from Sarasota, which has the sophistication of a big city but remains full of small-town charm. If you want to stay on the island, there are a number of shops at Siesta Village, which is located at the north end of Siesta Key and just a short distance from Crescent and Siesta beaches. You can also find more than 100 shops, boutiques, galleries and sidewalk cafes at St. Armand’s Circle along Main Street and Palm Avenue in Sarasota. If you want, get up on a Saturday morning and head to Sarasota for the farmers market on Main and Lemon streets downtown. Aside from the fresh food and handmade goods, you’ll also find goodies for your pet.

Dining in Siesta Key: If you want to take in views of the water while dining, head to Marina Jack’s on Sarasota’s bayfront. There’s also O’Leary’s Tiki Bar at Centennial Park along Sarasota Bay which is a great place for travelers who want to enjoy a good vibe and socialize. You’ll find plenty of places to choose from in downtown Sarasota along Main Street. There are eateries and bars, including Mattison’s City Grill as well as Divino Restaurant, where you will find tasty food and impressive live entertainment.

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