Indian Rocks Beach is a thriving community that has maintained most of its original character and supports a lively mixture of recreational activities. This is a great area to take your vacation in, as there are always properties up for vacation stay rent. Everyone who has Indian Rocks Beach rentals loves the area, and the population that lives in it. This is a nice suburban area that has a massive amount of restaurants and a high quality of luxury lifestyle. Indian Rocks Beach rentals give you access to the heart of the center west coast of Florida and give you an amazing perspective as to what is available in the area. From the nature preserve, to parks, to sandy shores, you’ll find a smile on every face, and a warm Florida welcome with everyone you meet.
Florida Beach Rentals is fond of the Indian Rocks Beach, and it is nationally one of the most enjoyed beaches in the country. It is also a huge attraction to internationals going on vacation, which is why Indian Rocks Beach rentals are so popular. There are a lot of things to love about Indian Rocks Beach, whether it is the clean white sand, that is actually soft, or the convenience of this beach to the rest of the coastal towns; there is absolutely everything to love about it. When you decide to have a long vacation stay in Indian Rocks, you will have access to organic markets and health foods that make this living one of the nicest possible.
Try the Beach Art Center for its exhibitions, classes & workshops… Open to anyone who wishes to experience, support & promote an appreciation of quality visual art and craft work Also available is the Indian Rocks Area Historical Society which explains the rich history of this beach area with displays of pictures, exhibits and artifacts housed in the historic Carl & Caroline Moseley 1930’s Beach Cottage.
Restaurants galore …check them out! Guppy’s on the Beach, Keegan’s Seafood, P.J. Oyster Bar, IRB Shushi, Crabby Bills Seafood, Tapas Garden, Villa Gallace Italian, and that’s just a few!
Located South of Belleair Beach and North of Indian Shores.