Known from Tampa to Tokyo for our sugar white sand beaches and record setting sunshine (check out the Guinness Book of World Records!), Clearwater Beach is a small yet bustling community located just across the Memorial Causeway from downtown Clearwater. Stretching two miles north to south along the Gulf of Mexico, Clearwater Beach is just two streets wide, making it easy to explore on foot or with a beach cruiser rented from a local shop.
Settled by Scottish families more than 100 years ago, today Dunedin is a bustling beach community of nearly 37,000 year-round residents. Proud of its Scottish roots (listen for bagpipe music as you stroll the streets), and for the well-deserved title of "Best Walking Town in America," Dunedin is a unique community brimming with history, a bustling downtown, and some of the most breathtaking landscapes on the Gulf Coast.
Known as the "Gateway to the Gulf", this town of 13,000 year-round residents sits just nine miles southwest of the hustle and bustle of St. Petersburg and thirty minutes from Tampa International Airport. Facing the Boca Ciega Bay which feeds into the Gulf of Mexico, Gulfport offers fantastic fishing, beautiful sunsets, and a quiet and artistic atmosphere that harkens back to the days of "Old Florida."
Spanning less than six collective miles, the communities of Indian Rocks Beach and Indian Shores sit between the Gulf of Mexico and the Intracoastal Waterway, offering visitors a wealth of opportunities for water sports, lazy downtown explorations, and relaxing beachfront afternoons.
"Mad" Beach has long been a favorite Gulf Coast destination for the Tampa Bay area. Want to go shopping, dining, boating? This is the place. "Mad" Beach is, perhaps, best known for: Johns Pass Village, a center for shopping, dining and boat/water-related activities.
Prior to 1957, what is now known as St. Pete Beach was actually several different communities, including Pass-a-Grille, Don CeSar, Belle Vista, and St. Petersburg Beach. Comprised of some of Pinellas County's top beaches and vacation hotspots, St. Petersburg Beach - shortened to "St. Pete Beach" in 1994, is a great home base for all of your Gulf Coast adventures.
St. Petersburg is a hub of culture, politics, and tourism. The fourth largest city in the state of Florida, "St. Pete" has something for everyone. From restaurants, nightclubs, and endless shopping, to museums, beautiful waterfronts, and professional sports, St. Pete is the place to be.
Redington Beach, North Redington Beach and Redington Shores, Florida offer visitors and residents a wonderful blend of the classic Florida lifestyle but with all the modern amenities.
Treasure Island is more laidback, more Old Florida, than Clearwater Beach. Here you'll find a three-mile shoreline bordered by wide beaches, and a quaint, kitschy, even retro feel.