Vacation Rentals Florida West Coast
We have Vacation Rentals on the West Coast of Florida
West Central Florida offers many beach communities with some of the best places to stay, vacation rentals, homes, beachfront condominiums and rental cottages.
Find the best Vacation Rentals in the West Coast of Florida - Best price and deals possible for your family trip! Oceanfront condos, vacation homes and cottages for short term and weekly rentals. The west coast of Florida offers many vacation home choices, including ones for a large family, all within a short distance to the beautiful Clearwater Beach or Siesta Key, Sarasota.
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Things to Do in West Central Florida?
West Central Florida is a great vacation place because you can experience a big-city vacation in Tampa/St. Pete or spend your time outdoors basking on award-winning beaches and exploring the rivers and springs.
Plan your visit to Anna Marie Island for some of the prettiest white sand beaches in central Florida. This barrier island has not been over-developed, which means you can experience almost untouched Florida nature. There are plenty of outdoor adventures to choose from like dolphin boat tours, hiking, or paddle boarding.
Visit Dunedin to experience what the residents call central Florida’s small town with big city amenities. Visit Caladesi Island State Park and Honeymoon Island State Park to experience two of central Florida’s all-natural and undeveloped Florida beaches. Plan a hike or bike ride down the Pinellas Trail, to experience a unique walk-able and bike-able green space connecting Dunedin to Tarpon Springs and St. Pete. Or spend time strolling through Dunedin’s quaint village of charming restaurants, bars, and shops.
Plan your Siesta Key vacation and relax on Siesta Beach which was ranked #1 beach in the U.S. in 2020 by TripAdvisor’s Traveler’s Choice Awards. Siesta Key beaches are known for their fluffy quartz crystal and are powdery white. There are plenty of beach-side taverns with great seafood, unique boutiques for shopping, and lots of outdoor activities to choose from.
Visit St. Pete / Clearwater and experience a vibrant arts scene, beautiful beaches, and a plethora of excellent casual and luxury dining. Plan a visit to the Salvador Dali Museum or experience a night of theater at one of the waterfront parks. Or, plan a nature adventure at Brooker Creek Preserve or Weedon Island Preserve.
Plan your Tampa Bay vacation and experience a perfect combination of big city fun and Florida nature. Plan a family trip to Bush Gardens Theme Park or the Zoo Tampa at Lowry Park. Or, plan a beach day and relax in the sun. Be sure to visit Tampa Riverwalk and experience a 2.6-mile path teeming with some of central Florida’s best culture and entertainment.
Best Beaches for Vacation Rentals in West Central Florida
Bean Point is a must-visit spot when visiting Anna Maria Island. Named for George Emerson Bean, who originally settled Anna Maria Island, Bean Point is a pristine and secluded stretch of beach at Northern most point of what used to be Bean’s property. Because of this, the beach offers a tranquil experience that bird watchers and nature lovers visit regularly. Be sure to pack for your visit. Bean Point is a truly natural habitat and is untouched by development, which means there are no shops or restaurants.
If you are looking for a lively beach vacation, you definitely want to plan a visit to Clearwater Beach. The beaches are pristine and there is a resort town atmosphere that creates an energetic vibe, making Clearwater Beach the spring break mecca of the US. The area boasts dozens of excellent restaurants, miles of resorts, and a plethora of activities to choose from. If you enjoy fishing be sure to visit Pier 60, a 1080 foot fishing pier, which is one of the most popular attractions on Clearwater Beach for fishing, souvenir shopping, and gorgeous sunsets.
Just north of Clearwater Beach is the much quieter Honeymoon Island. Offering a more tranquil environment, Honeymoon Island has four miles of untouched and undeveloped beach to relax on and explore. The area is great for hiking in nature, fishing, shelling, and bike rides. You can also take a ferry to Caladesi Island, which boasts another one of Florida’s award winning beaches
Lido Key beaches offer a wonderful mix of cosmopolitan Florida life and beach life. Spend your day on Lido Beach relaxing on the pristine white sands and then walk up to St. Armands Circle for an evening of luxury dining and upscale shopping. The shoreline of Lido Key comprises one continuous beach, split up into North Lido Beach, Lido Beach, and Ted Sperling Park at South Lido Beach, which makes Lido Key great for taking long walks in the sun.
Marco Island is on the Paradise Coast and is a great place to visit no matter what kind of vacation you are looking to plan. Marco Island is considered the largest of the Ten Thousand Islands, which makes it a great location for kayaking, boating, paddle boarding, shelling, and all kinds of water activities. Marco Island has two beautiful public beaches, world class golf courses, great dining, and shopping, and is considered a family friendly destination.
Pass-a-grille is located at the southernmost end of St. Pete Beach and is a laid back, tranquil, old Florida beach town. Visit the Merry Pier for fishing or charter a deep-sea fishing expedition. Pass-a-grille boasts unique boutiques and restaurants, an outdoor arts market, almost 100 historically marked buildings, and a tranquil beach, which means there is something for everyone.
Sanibel and Captiva Island comprises almost 40 miles of beaches making this a great destination for a beach vacation.