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Ft. DeSoto Park
Fort DeSoto Park - Like Sand Key bellow, this is considered by many as being one of the top ten beaches in the U.S.A. Take I-275 south to the 54th Ave. S./ Pinellas Bayway (679) exit, right, toward the Pinellas Bayway (toll bridge) and once you cross over, bear left on the Pinellas Bayway, following the signs to Ft. DeSoto Park.
Madeira Beach
This beach is near a small tourist center which recently completed a multi-million dollar face-lift which has quaint stores, restaurants, buildings and inexpensive tourist trinkets. It is right next to John's Pass, an old style (but up to date) fishing village, where you can rent jet-skis or cross the Pass bridge and go out for the evening on an entertainment boat. You also can go out on a dolphin watch cruise or a deep-sea fishing boat from here. Take I-4 West which will turn into to I-275 South toward St. Petersburg. Before you actually get to downtown St. Petersburg you will see signs directing you to the Gulf Beaches.
Redington Shores
This is a quiet beach just north of Madeira Beach by the SunCoast Seabird Sanctuary. See directions to Madeira Beach, then go North on Gulf Blvd.
Sand Key
Considered by many as being one of the top ten beaches in the U.S.A. (also see Ft. DeSoto Park above). This beach is north on Gulf Blvd. from Madeira Beach, at the far northern tip of the same barrier island. Fine powder-white sands endow this splendid spot.
St. Pete Beach and Pass-A-Grille Beach
St. Pete Beach and Pass-A-Grille Beach Located just south of Madeira Beach and Treasure Island; both of these beaches possess fine powder white sands and are wide, with Pass-A-Grille (just south of St. Pete Beach) seeming to be the wider of the two. See directions to Madeira Beach and then go south of Madeira Beach on Gulf Blvd. The non-recommended, but faster, alternate route is to stay on I-275 until you arrive downtown, then watch the exit sign for St. Petersburg Beach (either State Road 682 [a.k.a. Pinellas Parkway] or State Road 693 [a.k.a. Pasadena Blvd.]) It's before The Sunshine Skyway Bridge.
Treasure Island
A typical place to relax on the gulf, just to the south of Madeira Beach, with wide white sand beaches with an immense amount of shell deposits. Avoid stepping on the Sea Oats, a prized sand dune protecting grass. See directions to Madeira Beach, then go South on Gulf Blvd.
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