Sarasota beaches

Visitors come from all over the world to stroll on the beaches of Sarasota. They are famous for crystal sands, blue-green gulf waters and gorgeous sunsets. It is not unusual in weddings Siesta Beach Public. And on Sunday night, the legendary drum circle attracts a large crowd watching, dancing and living to the rhythm of the sun on the public beach Siesta. Lido Beach, near downtown Sarasota, offers another type of sand, and a different experience.

In fact, there are six beaches in Sarasota, three in Siesta Key, Lido Key and three.


Siesta Beach Public, easy to move from 10 free access points to the beach along Beach Road, and from the main entrance and parking area, it is world famous for its 99% pure white quartz sand, soft and Fluffy like powdered sugar and fresh in the foot. He actually won awards to be “the most beautiful white sand and the world. The water along the beach of Siesta is fairly shallow, you will see people standing far in the normally quiet waves. In the days of damp water, isothermal clothes surfers test their skills in hammers. There are four colorful lifeguard positions on the beach facing the public beach Siesta Pavilion.

On deck, you can buy food and beach, wheelchair loan, and use the facilities of the rest room. Nearby there are tennis and volleyball courts and a playground and shaded picnic area. Depending on where you park, it is 5 to 15 minutes to Siesta Key Village where you will find plenty of fun and trendy beach bars, laundry, beachwear shops and hardware stores and restaurants. Sunday afternoon, percussionists come with various percussion instruments and are set for every week Drum Circle. Inside the circle, adults and children dance, turn hoops, and swing to hypnotic rhythm. Many people gather around the circle to see and smile. Percussion continues until shortly after sunset.

Sands Crescent Beach are soft and white, and is basically an extension south of the public beach Siesta. It is quieter and quieter than can be accessed from a point along Beach Road. The southern limit of Crescent Beach is Point of Rocks, where visitors enjoy diving to see coral rock formations and underwater life.

Turtle Beach is located at the southern end of Siesta Key. It is narrow, with a more marked fall at the water’s edge. The sand has more shells, and see petrified shark teeth, appearing in greater numbers after a storm. Turtle Beach also offers picnic areas, a playground, volleyball court and horseshoe pit. You can fish in the lagoon adjacent blind passage, and there is a launching ramp. Restaurants, nightclubs and shops are located north of Turtle Beach before reaching the Stickney Point.