St. Pete Beach

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This seven-mile stretch is a tourist Mecca filled with kitschy eye candy - vintage signs, miniature golf, amusement parks, ice cream parlors, unusual gift shops, live entertainment, people-watching and recreation galore. It's the perfect beach for spring break in Florida, and it makes a great destination for family fun, as well.

With so much to offer, St. Pete Beach has no off season. While this happenin' beach has much to offer during the day, the hotels and condos that dominate its coast don't offer peaceful nights. Play at St. Pete Beach by day and retire to quiet but close-by Pass-a-Grille Beach to the South.

Outdoor Focus

All the exciting water activities you desire are on the beach.

Area Attractions

When you've had your fill on the water, quieter pursuits await:

Area Events

Nightlife

The party's at the beach where bars pump out music until 2 a.m. Pass-A-Grille's popular Hurricane lounge is always jiving. John's Pass Village and Boardwalk in Madeira Beach has been rejuvenated with lively restaurants and bars. Try the St. Petersburg Chamber of Commerce for more ideas.

Accommodation

St. Pete Beach has no shortage of accommodations. High-rise condos stretch as far as the eye can see.

Need to Know

Water sports, nature and world-class attractions make St. Pete Beach a year-round option. With sun and fun on the agenda, a St. Pete Beach vacation is something the whole family can agree on.

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