Come experience Treasure Island at its best in this updated one bedroom/ one bathroom condo situated in a small, waterfront complex overlooking Boca Ciego's intracoastal waterways. The location couldn’t be better with trendy Sunset Beach just steps away as well as a multitude of shops, quaint beach bars, restaurants and more. Within, you’ll find tasteful upgrades, new furnishings, renovated kitchen with stainless steel appliances/ granite countertops, and a lovely private balcony accessible from the master suite. Amenities include covered parking, a large swimming pool and private dock where you can fish or watch dolphins play. All the comforts of home means that linens and towels are provided as well as kitchen supplies, cable TV, free WiFi and much more. 45 day minimum rental period and 1 small pet allowed.
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Located on Treasure Island which was named for its early history of pirates and buried treasure, the barrier island has some of the whitest and widest beaches in all of Florida. Sunset Beach, located on the southern tip of Treasure Island, is a beach lover's community straight out of a Buffett song. In fact, this beach is rumored to have inspired the song “Margaritaville” and considered one of the best shelling locales in the world! On Sunset Beach, you will find mid-century fisherman cottages and tiki huts mixed with luxe Key West-style homes on white sands. Visit Caddy’s on the Beach where bohemian attitudes and live music prevail or stroll gulf-front while taking in one of our jaw-dropping sunsets. For the adventurous types, water-sports are a must: para-sailing, jet ski rentals, stand-up paddle boards, day cruises, kayaking, and more are all available on the island.
Recommended local dining includes The Pearl or Middle Grounds for an upscale experience with the latter offering live music nightly. Also try Foxy’s Cafe, Caddy’s on the Beach, and Sloppy Joe’s for more casual fares. All are accessible on foot or by bike.
Enjoy Treasure Island’s many seasonal festivals include sand sculpting contests featuring sculptors from around the world, fishing tournaments in nearby Madeira Beach, fresh markets, parades, and art expos. Or hop on a Trolley to downtown St. Petersburg and peruse the Salvador Dali Museum of Fine Arts and take in a Broadway play at the Mahaffey Theater of Performing Arts. Stroll along Beach Drive where you can dine at one of several five star restaurants or enjoy shopping and gelato. For kids and adults alike, Tampa Bay’s Busch Gardens or Adventure Island provide a full day of thrills.Get the full listing »