The 5 Best Beaches in St. Petersburg, Florida

What do you get when you have a portion of land that juts out from a larger piece of land and is surrounded mostly by water?


A lot of sandy beaches with plenty of warm sunlight and a growing economy.

That’s the formula for a good time.

The 5 Best Beaches in St Petersburg, Florida

St. Petersburg is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in Florida. Visitors and travelers come to these beaches all year long. That means it’s an attraction for families, singles, and 4 legged friends. (Also a great place to meet for dates)

St Pete Beach

Gorgeous, laid-back, and just down right awesome… Based on millions of reviews from travelers and visitors, St. Pete Beach was voted TripAdvisor’s No. 1 Beach in the U.S. and No. 5 in the world in 2012.

When you visit this magical expanse of sand, you’ll understand why.

We have been to a lot of beaches in Florida, we really really Love St. Pete it’s right in the middle of everything. The beach is beautiful it’s very laid back, the people were all so friendly and welcoming we will definitely be back here our Condo was directly on the beach oceanfront 😎to wake up and look out and see that ocean and hear the waves every day just heaven🌴👣

Sharlene W

Clearwater Beach

Looking for a lively atmosphere on a scenic beach? Clearwater Beach is like a hub for social gatherings. Jet skis, parasailing, and a variety of water sports. Got a group of friends and family looking to play some volleyball? There’s definitely not a shortage of nets. What about just somewhere to get some sun and baked like a crisp… there’s plenty of chairs as far as the eye can sea.

Do you like going out for a walk and taking in the sights? Well make sure to visit Pier 60 – it’s got a spectacular view for sunsets, plenty of vendors and some great live bands at night.

Treasure Island Beach

Blessed with miles of gorgeous white sand beaches that just says… “Old Florida Feel” and it’s considered part of the Tampa Bay region, one of the fastest growing metro areas. Treasure Island offers you a more family friendly environment with a short drive to major theme parks. This makes for the perfect family destination.

Here’s what others have to say about it…

“This was our second time to Treasure Island Beach. Love the beach here as its long and the water is shallow. Sand stays cool and water was perfect! Public beaches have concession stands and snacks as well as showers and restrooms. Everything you need for a great beach trip!”


“I have been coming to this area for 35 years. The beach is beautiful. The gulf typically doesn’t have the waves that the Atlantic side does unless there is a storm in the area. Very laid back, more family oriented. Lots of restaurants to choose from and many activities to entertain the young and old alike. About 2 hours to Orlando. Closest airport is Tampa or St Pete/Clearwater. Treasure Island will not disappoint!”

Janet R

Madeira Beach

Madeira Beach, aka Mad Beach, has lots to offer for family outings, singles night or even some night fishing.

Madeira Beach’s 2.5 mile of beach attracts very devote followers of the sand and sea with fishing being a primary sport activity. More grouper is brought into John’s Pass than any other spot in the state. Each year in October, Madeira Beach hosts the Seafood Festival at John’s Pass, which attracts upwards of 130,000 visitors every year that in celebration of food, music, arts and crafts.

Did I mention there was an 1,100 foot boardwalk along the Intracoastal? Yeah… that’s a lot of room for anyone trying to get a sunset view.

Indian Rocks Beach

They say a legend that goes around about the history of Indian Rocks. They say the reason that it got its name when a native medicine man that miraculously healed his village chief from a natural sulfur spring believed to have been located in Kolb Park across from Indian Rocks Beach City Halls.

Indian Rocks Beach is a thin strip of beach surrounded by two different bodies of water. It’s possible that because of this, Indian Rocks is able to keep a stable climate like Miami, FL or Honolulu, Hi. It’s pretty safe to say that Indian Rocks only has 2 seasons… summer or spring. Which isn’t necessarily a bad thing.

When you visit, make sure that you set time aside to visit the Indian Rocks Bird Sanctuary. Yep. A bird sanctuary. Let’s not forget to mention that there’s a history museum before you roll your eyes… it’s not a very big one. You’ll be finished in about an hour.

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