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St. Pete Beach is a Florida resort city set on a barrier island, west of St. Petersburg. It’s known for its beaches. A 1928 landmark, the pink Moorish-style Don CeSar Hotel looms over the shore. The Pass-A-Grille area offers galleries, shops and the Gulf Beaches Historical Museum, which displays postcards and other artifacts in a 1917 church. Nearby, boats depart to Shell Key, a nesting site for seabirds and turtles.

St. Pete Beach experiences warm to hot weather Apr–Oct. Winter (Dec–Feb) is typically mild. Mar–Jul is a popular time to visit the city’s beaches and partake in boating and water sports. Hurricane season is Jun–Nov. Sea turtles nest and hatch May–Oct.

The City of St. Pete Beach has a permanent population of about 10,000 residents, but is also a popular winter residence for people living in other parts of the United States, Canada and Europe. Nearly 28 percent of the total residential homes and condominiums in St. Pete Beach are owned by people claiming primary residence elsewhere, reflecting a high volume of seasonal visitors.

St. Pete Beach Tourism – Tourism is an integral part of St. Pete Beach’s economy. We’re within 30 miles of both St. Petersburg-Clearwater International Airport and Tampa International Airport. A clean, safe public transportation system, the Suncoast Beach Trolley, allows for easy accessibility throughout the area.

In St. Pete Beach alone there are over 3,000 vacation accommodations available to visitors, including major hotel and resort condominiums, as well as motels and smaller, more intimate lodging facilities. People come from all over to stay on our world-class resorts and hotels. Sometimes they like it here so much, they never leave!

Whether you’re a local resident, you wish to vacation here, or you are considering making St. Pete Beach your permanent home, you can visit our website for frequently updated community news and events, including information on city government, our businesses, housing, tourism, public parks and recreation, our community center, public pool, job openings, and more.

Things to Do in St. Pete Beach‎

Look for dolphins around Boca Ciega Bay in St Pete Beach on a 2-hour cruise in the Tampa Bay Area. Continue into the Gulf of Mexico to visit Shell Key island, a wildlife preserve where you can snorkel, swim, or collect shells on the beach. Depending on the season, you might spot dolphins, manatees, rays, and a variety of seabirds. This family-friendly tour offers both a late morning and afternoon departure, making it easy to suit your schedule.

 

 

Parasailing Around Saint Pete Beach – Get epic aerial views of Saint Pete Beach on this parasailing tour. This fun, safe activity requires no experience and is suitable for everyone. Launch off a speedboat and fly high up in the air for 10 to 15 minutes, taking in the sun and sand around you as well as area landmarks and maybe even some dolphins. Total time on the boat is about one hour. Get a unique and amazing bird’s-eye perspective of St. Pete Beach as you enjoy the wind through your hair.  After a quick safety briefing and overview on parasailing basics, you are ready to fly!  The experienced boat captains are there not only for your safety, but to make sure you have a great time too.  Once you are high in the sky, enjoy the stunning aerial views of the sandy coastline, the beautiful blue waters and possible dolphins that are frolicking below.

 

Sand Dollar Island Dolphin Tour – Watch for dolphins and go shelling on a boat tour from St. Pete Beach. Aboard the Compass Rose, you’ll head to a 1/2-mile (0.8-km) sand bar between Fort De Soto and Shell Island, where dolphins can often be spotted swimming next to the boat. On the island, hop off the boat for the chance to look for shells and sand dollars, or go swimming and relax on the sandy key with a picnic, if you wish. The boat will stay on the beach if you prefer to sit under its shady roof or drop-off your shells.

While visiting St. Pete Beach be sure to reserve your spot on this fantastic shelling and sand dollar treasure hunt!  A perfect experience for all ages, and one kids truly love.  Don’t forget to keep a close eye on the water too, as there are many dolphins living close by and they can often be found jumping through the wakes as the boat passes through.

While visiting St. Pete Beach be sure to reserve your spot on this fantastic shelling and sand dollar treasure hunt!  A perfect experience for all ages, and one kids truly love.  Don’t forget to keep a close eye on the water too, as there are many dolphins living close by and they can often be found jumping through the wakes as the boat passes through.

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