Madeira Beach Travel Guide

  • Gulf Blvd. in northern Sand Key
    Gulf Blvd. in northern Sand Key
    by HumblyServingChrist
  • Things to Do
    by jerseygirls
  • Madeira Beach
    by HumblyServingChrist

Madeira Beach Things to Do

  • SUPER FISHING!

    GET DOWN TO JOHN'S PASS AND BOOK A FISHING TRIP!THE CAPITAN IS WELL VERSED IN FINDING GREAT FISHING SPOTS IN THE OCEAN!

    more
  • sun soaking

    get a room right on the water on gulf blvd..! dolphins every morning! pet friendly motels! relaxing atmosphere with great night life up the street at John's Pass! wonderful shopping, fishing,sunbathing!great motel..."The Schooner"great place to eat...south beach grill...(fresh, cheap breakfasts)stop at the candy/ice cream shop on the...

    more
  • Madeira Beach Hotels

    27 Hotels in Madeira Beach

    1 Reviews

Madeira Beach Hotels

Madeira Beach Restaurants

  • Pizza

    Delosa\'s is located in John's Pass, a quaint fishing village, along the beautiful Gulf Beaches, that has turned into a shopping and restaurant destination.

    more
  • Fresh Seafood on the Boardwalk

    Enjoy cold drinks and island appetizers at their 70-foot waterfront bar! Fresh seafood, live music daily, drink specials, at “The Hut”. Sculley’s, which is upstairs, features waterfront dining, and outdoor seating.The emphasis here is fresh seafood daily, most caught in the Gulf of Mexico within the last 24 hours. Sculley’s sits...

    more
  • Fast seafood place! FRIED stuff

    It's not a real fancy rest... Like a shack on the beach but built.... and they only have two tables... so either sit and eat or to go...Just make sure u get some cash before walking in Since i like fried shrimps.. they got good ones and hamburgers too

    more

Madeira Beach Warnings and Dangers

  • by kingsvilletikibar Written Jan 19, 2010

    Do not under any circumstances use this agency. Their accomodations are substandard their agents rude and arrogant and their concept of service nonexistent. I was rented a unit for 2 weeks for over $2700. The unit's kitchen had a leaky sink, dishwasher didn't work, rust in microwave, tuck tape for shelves in fridge, icemaker ddin't work, stove in terrible shape, old beds and bedding, shabby furniture, blinds broken, the bathrooms old , parts missing from fixtures, shower didn't work, seal on one toilet broken. After waiting almost 3 days they moved me to another unit that also had problems. To this day the company has ignored all pleas from me for some compensation. Do not let this happen to you. Beware of unit 409 Villa Madeira, it is a Hell Hole!

    Related to:
    • Luxury Travel
    • Family Travel
    • Romantic Travel and Honeymoons

    Was this review helpful?

    more

Madeira Beach Off The Beaten Path

  • by jugs6686 Written Mar 23, 2008

    every sunday about 5 pm on treasure islands beach behind the Bilmar hotel a huge groupof locals and visitors gather together with their bongos, flutes, bells and all sorts of odd musical instruments to "jam". It's amazing as you approach the cirlce how you can get caught up with the fabulaous impromptu beat!
    you will find every age group enjoying the fantastic atmosphere!
    bring a chair or blanket and "chill with the locals"
    drumming continues till 10 pm

    Related to:
    • Beaches

    Was this review helpful?

    more

Madeira Beach Sports & Outdoors

  • by jugs6686 Written Mar 15, 2008

    OK, all you fishermen and women.....run down and book a deep sea fishing trip with captain chris for a 10 hour trip and you won't be dissapointed!!
    the capt really knows where the fish are !!!
    2008:$80 a head......lots of fish.........
    then.....
    bring your fresh fillets to the friendly fisherman restaurant on john's pass amd for $6 they'll cook it up any way you want!!!!
    what a feast!!!

    Equipment: the trip provides rods and coolers.....
    bring a light rain poncho in case...wear good sneakers...

    Related to:
    • Fishing

    Was this review helpful?

    more

Instant Answers: Madeira Beach

Get an instant answer from local experts and frequent travelers

91 travelers online now

Comments

 
Explore Deeper into Madeira Beach
Madeira Beach Travel Guide
Map of Madeira Beach

View all Madeira Beach hotels