Clearwater Beach is known for its beautiful beaches, picturesque sunsets, mystical evenings.
City of Belleair Beach is a quiet residential community located on the West Coast of Florida and situated along a barrier island between the resort towns of Clearwater Beach and Indian Rocks Beach.
is a small residential community on the Gulf of Mexico consisting of 56 residences and a population of about 100. The town is about 1 mile long and approximately 250 feet wide. There are no commercial or recreational facilities, just beautiful homes, sugar sand beaches and wonderful sunsets.
Indian Rocks Beach
The City of Indian Rocks Beach has a long and rich heritage of being a beautiful place to visit and live. A family-friendly city of primarily single and multi-family homes, Indian Rocks Beach was named after Native Americans who crossed the Intracostal Waterway to enjoy a natural spring with reputed healing powers. The City is now home to over 5,200 full-time residents and swells to over 8,000 during season.
A unique barrier island encompassing 2.6 miles of tranquil beach along the Gulf of Mexico. One of the host of a lighted Christmas Boat parade in December.
From the sun's first glimmer over the Boca Ciega Bay until it slips into the Gulf of Mexico, the Town of Redington Shores beckons visitors and residents to enjoy its wide beaches, fishing, boating, pleasant parks, natural beauty, and quiet soothing relaxation.
North Redington Beach
A barrier island in the Gulf of Mexico, bordered by North Redington Beach to the north, Madeira Beach to the south, the Intracoastal Waterway on the east, and the Gulf of Mexico on the west, the Redington Beach is primarily a waterfront residential community.
No need for a car when you can walk or bicycle from your home or motel to just about everything on Treasure Island, from our downtown shopping and dining district, to our golf course and tennis club, to our sandy shores with fishing docks, marinas and miles of wide open beach. Feel like riding? The Beach Trolley can get you anywhere on Treasure Island (Mile Markers 6 and 7). Treasure Island is quintessential Gulf Coast small-town Florida, celebrating our 50th anniversary in May 2005 with concerts, festivals and parties.
St Pete Beach
St. Pete Beach offers miles of white, sandy beaches on the Gulf of Mexico and is situated along the Gulf Beaches of Tampa Bay, Florida. Tropicana Field, home of the Tampa Bay Devil Rays, located in St. Petersburg, is just a short drive from our beach resorts or hotels.