Nestled neatly in the most popular part of Florida’s Gulf Coast, St. Pete Beach features over 2 miles of lovely white sand beaches, among the most coveted for tourists coming to the state.
Packed with energetic eateries, bars and nightclubs, the entertainment is a fantastic counterpunch to the outstanding watersports in the area.
Despite a small population of about 9,500 people, St. Pete Beach is a major magnet for people seeking sea, sun and fun. Whether one is looking to go sportfishing, bar-hopping, beachcombing or just work on their suntan, the local seaside is a slice of heaven. Hundreds of thousands of people come to the area every year, spreading all around to popular nearby communities like Treasure Island, Madeira Beach, St. Petersburg, Largo, Clearwater, Tarpon Springs, Port Richey, and of course, Tampa. Key St. Pete Beach neighborhoods include Pass-A-Grille Beach, Pass-A-Grille Historic District, Belle Vista and Three Palms Point.