I can’t wait for you to experience Sarasota’s beaches. As a local realtor, beaches are a huge part of Sarasota real estate and why many choose to reside here. Many of Sarasota’s beaches are uniquely located on Sarasota’s keys or islands. Sarasota prides itself in the famous and trendy Siesta Key Beach, all the way over to the quiet and relaxing beach accesses of Longboat Key. Click on each Beach photo and name below to see descriptions and photos of each beach.
Siesta Key Beaches
Siesta Key Beach: food concessions, covered pavilion, restrooms, playground, picnic tables, grills, rental station, lifeguards, volleyball nets, tennis courts, sunset deck
Turtle Beach: playground, volleyball court, horseshoe pit, boat launch, grills, picnic pavilions, restrooms
Palmer Point Beach: no amenities
Lido Key Beaches
Lido Beach: tiki hut bar, covered pavilion, playground, picnic tables, restrooms, lifeguard, public swimming pool (fee required)
North Lido Beach: no amenities
Ted Sperling Nature Park at South Lido Beach: canoe/kayak launch, picnic tables, playground, restrooms
Venice Beach: lifeguards, food concessions, volleyball nets, picnic tables, restrooms, covered pavilion
Caspersen Beach Park: covered picnic area, playground, restrooms, canoe/kayak launch, Venetian Waterway Trail
Brohard Beach and Paw Park: picnic facilities, restrooms, fishing pier, dog park, dog beach, dog rinse station
Longboat Key is filled with quaint little beach accesses, each one with its own character. The majority of these do not offer amenities.