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Peacefully positioned on Florida’s Gulf Coast lies Siesta Key, an eight-mile-long crescent-shaped barrier island located approximately 55 miles south of Tampa. Connected to the mainland of Sarasota by two bridges the island is a popular year-round destination for travelers seeking a tropical paradise punctuated by balmy breezes, azure waters, and silky smooth white sand that always keeps its cool even during Florida’s hot summer months. So incomparable is Siesta Key that it was named ‘second-best beach in the nation’ (Following Hanalei Bay on Kauai, Hawaii) according to the renowned Dr. Beach, aka Stephen Leatherman, Director of Florida International University’s Laboratory for Coastal Research.
Complementing Siesta Key’s beautiful beaches are a host of activities—for landlubbers as well as water enthusiasts. Whether you prefer golf, tennis, biking, sailing or fishing, you can enjoy it all year-round on Siesta Key. Shopping abounds and ranges from chic elegant boutiques to more trendy fashion establishments. Dining out runs the gamut as well from casual lunchtime bistros to extraordinary restaurants for the most discriminating palettes.
When it’s time to relax, you’ll find a display of dolphins, manatees, pelicans, egrets, osprey, seagulls and other coastal wildlife especially entertaining. Add the natural beauty of the Florida sun as it sets into the Gulf of Mexico and you’ve got the makings of a tropical paradise. It is little wonder why travelers return to Siesta Key each year and why nearly 24,000 full- and part-time residents make it their home.