Sea Spray Resort on Siesta Key

574 Canal Road, Siesta Key, Florida, 34242, United States
Sea Spray Resort on Siesta Key
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Travel Tips for Siesta Key

Condominiums crowd the beach

by zrim

Building has been booming ever since I first visited Siesta Key in 1973. Each time there is a new highrise that is fancier than all the rest. Some condominiums are now selling at a price that exceeds $1,000,000. That's a lot of dough for an ocean view.


by zrim

The sandpiper is a funny little bird. It scuttles along the edge of the water hunting for microscopic morsels of food (crustaceans, aquatic insects etc.), but it wont ever let its feet get wet. It is a never-ending game of running towards the receeding tide, pecking at the wet sand and then running back towards dry sand as the next wave rolls in. It also makes for an exercise in frustration trying to get a decent photo of the busy sandpiper.

Ringling Museum

by bluegaelic

'The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art in its affiliation with Florida State University is the largest museum/university complex in the nation. Recognized as the Art Museum of the State Of Florida, its campus encompasses an internationally recognized museum of Western European and American art; a Museum of the Circus; CĂ  d'Zan, the Ringlings' thirty-room mansion; the historic Asolo theater from Venice, and over 60 acres of landscaped grounds and statuary.

Its collections, vast research resources through one of the largest art libraries in the State, and statewide outreach education programs provide access for scholarly research, arts education and enjoyment for audiences throughout the nation.' ~ Ringling site

The best white sand beach in Florida

by tvdandy

"Soft as talcum powder"

The public beach of Siesta Key boasts the best white sand beach in Florida. Siesta Key is an outer island connected by roads from Sarasota. The island itself has an old school Key West feel to it, with many open air bars and outdoor dining in Siesta Village. There are many outlets to the beach within walking distance to the village. But the best is the public beach which is about a mile from the village.

Siesta Key

by Bexy13

"Relaxing holidays"

We 'discovered' Siesta Key about 5 years ago and have returned yearly ever since. If you want a truly relaxing, laid back holiday after stressing out for the rest of the year, then Siesta Key is the place. Beautiful beaches, glorious weather and all you could want within a couple of minutes stroll.

The village lies at one end of the key and has plenty of shops, bars, restaurants etc. There are three main beaches, at the village end there is a huge public beach with all the usual facilities, then Crescent Beach which stretches to Point of Rocks and at the far end of the key Turtle Beach. They all have lovely soft white sand and you can walk along for what seems like miles -in fact most people seem to stroll along it at sometime in their holiday! As the two main beaches are so long and wide it never seems to get too crowded, even on the national holiday weekends. The sunsets are absolutely stunning and a definite must see.

We've stayed there in May, June and November and enjoyed every minute. June can have sudden thunderstorms and downpours but it soon clears up. The sea is like warm bathwater. November is still hot but less humid.

"Crescent Beach"

Crescent Beach stretches for what seems like miles and we have always stayed at the Stickney Point Bridge end of it. We've stayed at the Crescent Arms once and the other times at Sea Castle apartments which face directly onto the beach. It's little more than a two minute stroll from here to restaurants and shops with virtually everything you could want in the vicinity without needing to drive if you don't want to.

We've stayed at both Longboat Key and Lido Key in previous years but Siesta Key beats them hands down.


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