Things to do In Siesta Key

Enjoy these great spots in Siesta

Top Places and To See While You Are On Siesta Key



Siesta Key Beach

Rated one of the top beaches in the USA by TripAdvisor’s Traveler’s Choice Awards™, this beach is absolutely deserving of that title!

It’s incredibly soft sand is like walking on a fine powder. It truly doesn’t even feel like sand! The sand is actually made up of 99% quartz, making it the softest sand you’ll ever step foot on.

Siesta Key Beach is one of the most family friendly beaches in Florida for this reason!

It’s the perfect spot to spend a day soaking up the sun, building sand castles, wading in the water, watching the kite surfers or simply enjoying this fabulous sand.

Keep in mind that our unit is across the street from beach access #7.  No worries about finding a parking spot!!  


Siesta Village

Full of shopping and dining, the Siesta Key Village is a really cool spot on the island. It’s busy with vacationers and locals alike, enjoying the quaint town square.

Take a walk around the village and find the perfect spot to eat, check out an art gallery, hang out in the village circle or grab a souvenir for a loved one.

Grab groceries for a budget-friendly getaway at the local market. Or find the perfect lunch or dinner spot during your island vacation.

Siesta Key Village has some of the best nightlife on the island and it’s kind of the thing to do after the sun goes down. Lots of people enjoy the sights and sounds of this area, so just be prepared for crowds and long wait times at restaurants.

Stop in at Mojo Coffee.  Just a cool place to sit back and relax.





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If you love to shop, then head over to The Circle At St. Armands.  You could spend days here and find something new each day. The Circle is only about 15-20 min away with the most amazing views you’ll find on the Key.  You will pass by downtown Sarasota which is an entirely new adventure for dining and shopping.  So many places to explore..

Here is a map..  


Things to do:
Siesta Key Fitness Center Can walk or ride bikes it’s so close.
St Armands Circle shopping and restaurants. Located between Siesta Key and Longboat Key
Ringling Museum Of Art many different things to see. Go through the web site to check everything out.
Marie Selby Botanical Gardens along Sarasota Bay. View foliage.
Sarasota Opera downtown Sarasota 
Ed Smith Stadium  check out the Baltimore Orioles during Spring Training



Live Music

Turtle Beach

Lido Key

Longboat Key 


Here is why you are coming to Siesta Key!  The beach is a short walk across the street from the cottage.  We have a beach cart, cooler bag and chairs for you to enjoy.