Beautiful Waterfront Condo with Great Views!Enjoy breathtaking waterfront views and watch dolphins play in St. Petersburg, Florida. This 2nd floor, bright and airy 1 bed/1 bath condo in the beautiful Boca Ciega Resort is the perfect family getaway. Unit features a fully equipped kitchen, washer & dryer, king size bed, sleeper sofa and leather recliner. Resort has a heated pool, hot tub, fitness room, grill, fishing dock and WiFI. Unit comes with private covered parking spot located next to elevators. Short walk to restaurants and shops.
Private Guest House sleeps 4 w/POOL & near beach!This adorable pool house is light and airy with plenty of room for 4. There’s a king size bed, queen pullout sofa, dining area, efficiency kitchen perfect for light cooking, oversized closet and a newly remodeled bathroom. Guests have private entrance with small yard and patio of their own, and are encouraged to use the pool and backyard anytime, which we enjoy along with our sweet dogs, Frog and Bella. 3 miles from beach and downtown, lots of restaurants and shopping centers within 1.5 miles.
Private Guest Suite 1.2 miles from BeachPrivate, small completely renovated Guest Suite with Private parking, private separate entrance with deck. Space is best for 1-2 people: small, but thought out. 1.2 miles from Treasure Island beach. 2.5 miles from the St Pete beach! Beautiful quaint neighborhood. Near great fishing spot Kitchenette Full Bathroom Comfy queen size bed Cool AC unit ❗️WE HAVE GREAT REVIEWS, but please view before booking “Is this guest suite right for you” below under “things to note” to have the trip you desire
One of Tampa Bay’s barrier island communities just off the mainland of St. Petersburg (with which it’s sometimes confused), St. Pete Beach is a beautiful little coastal city popular with snowbirds and watersports enthusiasts. Though it encompasses just 2.2 square miles of land, it boasts the longest stretch of undeveloped public beach in the area, and is well known for its bountiful sunshine and pristine white-sand beaches. The town was incorporated in 1957 as the City of St. Petersburg Beach, bringing together a handful of smaller communities. To distinguish itself from the much larger mainland St. Petersburg, residents voted to shorten their beloved town’s name to St. Pete Beach: a destination all its own.
St. Pete Beach is about a 40-minute drive from Tampa International Airport (TPA), which serves most major Southern cities. Alternatively, the smaller St. Pete–Clearwater International Airport (PIE) is just 14 miles away in mainland Clearwater, and offers connecting flights to a handful of Southern and Midwestern destinations. Once you’re settled in St. Pete Beach, traveling by foot or bicycle is easy given the town’s small footprint and fair weather. Limited car parking is available around town, but many locals get around via golf cart. Boat travel is also incredibly popular, especially when visiting the neighboring barrier islands up and down the gulf.
There’s a reason St. Pete Beach is known as the Sunset Capital of Florida: It’s almost guaranteed that you’ll see a sunset while visiting. The town boasts an average of 361 sunny days per year, and temperatures are favorable year-round. In summertime, the hottest days might reach the low 90s Fahrenheit, falling to the upper 60s at night. Winters are cooler, with highs in the mid-60s and lows in the 40s, and very seldom dropping to freezing. Temperatures throughout the rest of the year hover in the 70s and 80s during the day. Dress in layers if you’re staying out after sunset, and don’t forget your sunglasses: Cloudy days are few and far between.
St. Pete Beach’s neighbor to the north, Treasure Island is known as much for its water-based activities as its beautiful white-sand beaches. Many who visit take advantage of fishing boat charters or take the time to stroll the Treasure Island Beach Trail.
Just north of St. Pete Beach and Treasure Island is this quiet, primarily residential beach community. Visitors flock here for its 1,100-foot boardwalk, incredible grouper fishing, and a major seafood festival that takes place each fall.
About 20 minutes north of St. Pete Beach along the barrier islands is tiny Indian Shores, with just under 1,500 residents, and beyond it the more established community of Indian Rocks Beach. Together they make up the western bend of Tampa Bay’s waterfront wonderland, featuring a history museum, a waterpark, and a small nature preserve.