St. Pete Beach

St. Pete Beach is a barrier island community stretched out along 4.5 miles of sandy beaches filled with beach house rentals from Florida Beach Rentals. On the southern tip of St. Pete beach lies, Pass-a-Grille, a charming historical district with a flavor that is reminiscent of an Old Florida artists’ colony where there are some absolutely astounding beach vacation rentals on the market. This idyllic, unspoiled community started as a fishing village and was inhabited long before the rest of the island, making it more perfect for those who want to get a feel for what living on the beach is really like. Today, its galleries and restaurants and shorelines draw tourists from all over the world, who occupy their beach house rentals all year round.

Just walk down St. Pete Beach and you’ll have no problem finding something to do on the water. The biggest benefit about beach vacation rentals on St. Pete Beach are the plethora of activities you have readily available, from wave-runner rentals, scuba diving, fishing & parasailing to just laying out on the beach to soak up some sun. Or, you can take the Shell Key Shuttle catamaran to Shell Island for what else? Shelling!

For historical buffs, try a trip to Egmont Key’s 440 acres of secluded beaches and the 150-year old lighthouse and gun batteries built in 1898 to defend Tampa during the Civil War. These are some of the great things you can do while you are at you staying at your beach hose rentals on St. Pete Beach. Beach vacation rentals should be relaxing areas for you, so you can get away from the stress of everyday life and decompress. With this is mind there are all of the aforementioned activities and places you can go, as well as being able to just explore the area on your own.

If you are one of those people who loves their beach house rentals, but wants to do more than just stay at home, there is a more accessible historic & secluded beach area that can be found at Fort Desoto: a 900-acre Pinellas County Park located in the Southwest corner of Mullet Key. This is one of the most beautiful attractions in the area, and when you have one of our beach vacation rentals, getting there is no problem.

St. Pete Beach is the far south end of the stretch of barrier islands of the Central Gulf Coast Beaches opposite Clearwater Beach and just south of Treasure Island.

2 thoughts on “St. Pete Beach”

  1. My wife and I are looking for a long term lease 6-12 months at at time

    We live in Gainesville and would like to find a place we could come and go

    We would look at houses or condos near or on water

    We love the Clearwater area and St Pete too

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