Anna Maria Island, Florida

 

Anna Maria Island Pier

7-Mile Long Treasure

Anna Maria Island is on the west coast of Florida that runs 7 miles long neighboring the Gulf of Mexico. The dazzling Anna Maria Island has excursion rentals simply sitting tight for you. The island has sandy shorelines, warm oceans, incredible eateries and bounty to do. Anna Maria Island has everything. Appreciate romantic Mediterranean style engineering, tropical gardens, and beach getaways.

Located in the North of Anna Maria Island off the Gulf Coast of Florida. This old Florida charm is what keeps visitors coming back year after year; ensnaring everyone, even its residents, with its captivating beauty. Combined with a wonderful all year climate and beautiful sunsets, Anna Maria Island is your vacation getaway. Something that you can definitely expect from visiting Anna Maria Island is seafood galore!

If You Love Nature

The Florida Maritime Museum displays fishing village life. For those who love nature, stop by the Palma Sola Botanical Park. This park is a lush, quiet and tranquil 10-acre park located in the northwest of Bradenton, Florida. Planted with native and exotic flowers, trees and bushes, and rare fruit trees, the Park is full of local birds and butterflies, turtles, fish and pond life. Located only 20 miles away from Sarasota Bradenton Airport, the small island is easily walkable, but consider renting a bicycle if you plan on covering a lot of ground.

Top 3 “Must Do’s” in Anna Maria Island

  1. Staying in Anna Maria Island be sure to try one of the many exquisite eateries as you enjoy the scenic beach view. The Top 5 Places to Eat</a/> in Anna Maria Island truly embodies the culture and the flavors this beautiful island has to offer.
  2. Bean Point. An amazing must see part of Anna Maria Island. You feel as if you are on the edge of the earth. Beautiful soft sand, dolphins and blue blue water for miles it is also not a very busy part of the island.
  3. Anna Maria Island Historical Museum. The history of the island comes to life as you walk by displays of the first settlers, the fishing village, and antiques that locals have brought to the museum dated back over 100 years. The museum is easy to get around and provides plenty of interesting information! In addition to the actual museum, you can also visit the Old City Jail.