BeachesA Gulf & Bay Club vacation offers some of the most brilliant views of Siesta Keys. Located on beautiful Crescent Beach Crescent Beach offers lush, white sands, azure waters, and stunning sunsets, and is relatively secluded and quiet. The beach scene here for our guests tends to be more peaceful and private. This is your ultimate choice for Siesta Key Beach Front Condominium and a vacation that memories are made of.
Siesta Key has wonderful beaches on the Gulf of Mexico, where you can play, relax, or walk along the water's edge. Enjoy the sunshine and tropical breeze while you track the flight of pelicans and shorebirds, and keep an eye out for the playful dolphins. Fishing, shelling, swimming, parasailing, boating, snorkeling - take your pick. Or just sit back and relax, enjoying the view.
Siesta Key beaches are among the finest in the world, and we have plenty of awards to prove it. The powdery white sand, stretching for miles, will take your breath away. No matter which of our gorgeous beaches you choose to visit, your time will be memorable…whether you find yourself digging your toes into the white sand as you read the latest bestseller, walking along the shore with someone you love, enjoying the splendor of a glorious sunset, or indulging in a refreshing dip in the warm tropical Gulf of Mexico waters. We hope you'll discover the unique charm of each of our three lovely beaches.
Siesta Beach is renowned for its breath-taking sunsets, easy-going waves, and gorgeous, crystal-white sand. The sand is 99% pure quartz, soft and cool on the feet. "The many awards it has earned include the 1987 Great International White Sand Challenge (in which its sand was scientifically proven to be the world's finest, whitest finest beach sand), "The Best Sand Beach in America" (The Travel Channel, 2004) and being rated number two on Dr. Beach's "Best Beaches in America in 2009 and 2010."
At the southern tip of Siesta Key is Turtle Beach, which provides a sportier, “family play” beach experience. The beach has picnic areas, a playground, a volleyball court and horseshoe pit. There's also a boat launch, and fishing is permitted in the adjacent Blind Pass Lagoon. There are restaurants nearby, a shopping venue and a few local night spots just a short drive away.
Point of Rocks
Point of Rocks is another beach location on Siesta Key. This spot also has the soft, white quartz sand found on Siesta Key beach. This is an amazing part of Siesta Key Beach where there is great fishing, snorkeling, and plenty of wildlife
Palmer Point Beach
Palmer Point Beach begins at the southern tip of Siesta Key and continues onto the north end of Casey Key. The northern part of the beach was the former home of Mote Marine Laboratory. Since the closing of Midnight Pass in 1984, the beach allows uninterrupted walking all the way down Casey Key. The beach is a popular spot for boaters and kayakers who beach their boats in the area of the former pass as well as for people who walk there from Turtle Beach seeking some privacy.