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Sunset Beach life 🏝 with gulf views and pool!Welcome to Sunset Beach! Whether you’re looking for a weekend escape, remote work location or season vacation this unit has it all! Enjoy the direct gulf views from this second floor unit, heated pool and the soft powdery sands on one of the best beaches in the world just seconds away from your front door. Local bars and restaurants are within walking distance. This unit can sleep up to 4 people with a recently updated king bed in the bedroom and memory foam queen sleeper sofa in the living room
NEW-Chic beach retreat walking distance to the 🏖This delightful beach retreat is charming, cozy, and vibrant. Filled with convenient amenities and located only a short walk away from the beach, the one-bedroom apartment can accommodate up to two guests. Within the apartment is a compact kitchenette stocked with modern appliances, a comfortable bed, a full bathroom, a small dining space, TV. Guests can enjoy their private yard equipped with a deck, bycicles and explore close by restaurants & shops of St Pete Beach.
Gorgeous Beach view condoWake up to the ocean view! Walk about 30 seconds from your door to the beautiful white sand in the Gulf of Mexico. Full kitchen, private bedroom with queen bed, central air, wi-fi and cable, year-round heated pool, free-parking pass, and on-site coin laundry. Family room has a sleeper sofa, flat screen TV’s in bedroom and family room. We're within walking distance from tons of restaurants, bars and shops. Well maintained quiet community. Come relax at the beach and breathe the fresh air!!!!
A resort city that makes the most of its stunning location on a barrier island on Florida’s Gulf Coast, St. Pete Beach is known for its incredible sandy shores and friendly, laid-back atmosphere. The city’s beaches are wide expanses of sugar-white sand leading into the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico. At low tide, bright green tide pools are revealed, teeming with marine creatures large and small. From kayaking in bays and mangrove tunnels to kite surfing or jet-skiing in the Gulf, water sports enthusiasts will enjoy the wide variety of aquatic adventures in St. Pete Beach. The attraction of peaceful natural park preserves, the St. Pete Pier District waterfront playground, and nearby urban centres such as Tampa and Clearwater enhance lazy beach days. Whether you’re dining on freshly caught Gulf seafood, exploring tiny key islands, or appreciating arts and culture, St. Pete Beach serves up memorable days on the coast capped off by spectacular sunsets.
You can fly into Tampa International Airport (TPA), which is the closest airport to St. Pete Beach, at 40 minutes away. Florida is a popular drive-to destination, and the fastest interstate routes from eastern Canada are along the I-79 or I-87, connecting to the I-95 travelling south along the Eastern Seaboard of the United States and into Florida. Once you’re in St. Pete Beach, the beachfront, shopping areas, and locally owned restaurants are easily accessible to pedestrians who want to stay out of the car. The City of St. Pete Beach sponsors a free shuttle service, aptly named Freebee. This is an app-based, door-to-door, on-demand transportation service, and the vehicles are 100% electric and emission-free. Having your own vehicle, however, is good if you want to do day trips or explore the larger area.
Any time of the year is a good time to visit St. Pete Beach, though January through May is considered high season. The warm (think mid-20s Celsius) and sunny weather during the winter months and Spring Break periods make it popular with snowbirds and families alike. In the hotter summer months, once school’s out for the year, families also crowd the beaches. The fall shoulder season is an excellent time to visit, as you’ll experience fewer crowds and still enjoy great weather. Like the Atlantic Coast, Florida’s Gulf Coast can experience hurricanes and tropical storms. Hurricane season is from June 1 to November 30, and during that time, tropical storms are possible, so you may want to monitor weather conditions before and during your stay.
St. Pete Beach has 32 km of award-winning, sugar-sand beaches that are easily accessible from many beachfront properties. For a more secluded island experience, visit Caladesi Island State Park. This unspoiled island is accessible only by boat. Spend a day lazing on its pristine beaches, kayaking through the bayside mangrove forest, or enjoying a nature trail walk to the historic Scharrer Homestead.
Get a taste of the vibrant arts and culture scene of St. Pete Beach by visiting some of the diverse museums in the region. This three-story museum is home to the largest collection of the Surrealist painter’s work outside of Spain. The striking building resembles a white box with a geodesic glass atrium that appears to ooze out of the structure.
St. Pete Beach’s natural park preserves offer a unique opportunity to take a walk on the wild side. Named for the meandering stream that flows through its 3,521 ha, Brooker Creek Preserve is home to many species of threatened and endangered wildlife. Talk a walk along one of six paths that make up the preserve’s Wildlands Hiking Trail, or join a guided hike to learn more about this unique ecosystem.