Living in Sarasota . . . and beyond
Abandon your shoes . . .
and visit our world famous beaches.
Perhaps Siesta Key Beach, with its legendary
white crystal sands, cool to your feet on the hottest days, or Anna Maria with plenty of
public access and that "old Florida" feel. So
many choices with something for everyone -
pick the beach that fits your personality -
from small and intimate to large with
It's all part of the Sarasota lifestyle.
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SIESTA KEY ADA ACCESS
Heavily residential, driving the length of Casey Key is a fabulous peek into the seaside lifestyle. Many of the properties extend from Little Sarasota Bay and Blackburn Bay across the island to the Gulf of Mexico, with private boardwalks bridging the dunes and leading down to the beach. Though public access is available on only the island's southernmost 3/4 of a mile, it is possible to walk the entire 14-mile length of the beach (or as far as your ambition and stamina will allow.)