Siesta Key first became a popular swimming and picnic destination after the first bridge was built from the mainland in 1917. Today Siesta Key is a favorite of people from around the world, featuring restaurants and bars, live music, shops, vacation homes, and of course, phenomenal beaches.
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SIESTA KEY ADA ACCESS
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 extensive amenities.
It's all part of the Sarasota lifestyle.
Living in Sarasota . . . and beyond