St. Pete Waterfront | Gulf Beaches
Pass A Grille
Pass-a-Grille is located at the southernmost end of St. Pete Beach. This historic area is a quaint, laid back beach community surrounded by water where many locals and visitors come to walk to the beach, shop, dine, play tennis and fish. Those who live in Pass-a-grille refer to the area as a paradise because this beautiful, secluded area allows you to separate yourself from the daily stresses. This neighborhood is home to many luxurious Key-West style houses and bungalows that enjoy beachfront living and waterfront views.
Tierra Verde is a very nautical neighborhood here in St. Pete. If you enjoy the coastal setting, and if a Florida retirement is in your future, this neighborhood should be one of the places you visit. In addition to being an excellent choice for active retirees, this neighborhood is also a very good choice to raise your family. Tierra Verdes history brings in many locals and visitors to the waterfront for recreational actives or simply just to enjoy the scenery. There is a Marina in this neighborhood that has High and Dry storage for boats of all sizes. Fort De Soto Park, the largest park within the Pinellas County park system is also located in this neighborhood.
St. Pete Beach
A Pinellas County destination and home of award-winning beaches, St. Pete Beach is where you can find the architecturally and historically grand Don CeSar resort. Other attractions in St. Pete Beach include world-class museums and The Pier, a five-story dining and shopping complex. Ready for a break? Kick back on the sandy white beaches of St. Pete, as the balmy waters of the Gulf of Mexico lap at your toes. With an average of 361 days of sunshine per year, St. Pete Beach is guaranteed to please. Close to attractions in Orlando and even closer to the cultural and cosmopolitan attractions of St. Petersburg, Clearwater and Tampa, St. Pete Beach strikes the perfect balance for the casual, laid-back beach bum and the active attraction seeker.
Bayway Isles is a prestigious, 24 hours guarded, deed-restricted island community. Bayway Isles extends southward from the Pinellas Bayway into Boca Ciega Bay. Most of the homes have a waterfront view across the Bay while others enjoy the views across the water toward Eckerd College. The residents who live in this community enjoy the peaceful island lifestyle of walking, biking, rollerblading and many water activities. Nearby amenities include golf courses, yacht clubs, fishing, Fort Desoto Park and the white sand beaches of the Gulf.