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Spend Summertime On The Beach

At Our St. Pete Beach Resort

Summertime's the best time for beachgoing. St. Pete Beach was voted one of the top 5 beaches in America by TripAdvisor, and once you see its expanse of white sand, you'll realize why. The area's stunning beauty can be explored in whatever way you want. Parasail, paddleboard, windsurf, kiteboard, or just stay warm on the white sand. When you stay at our St. Pete Beach resort, try these summertime activities.

Hooked on Kiteboarding

Professional kiteboarding lessons, kite repairs, and new gear. Hooked on Kiteboarding is the best place to learn how to kiteboard. They have a wide range of top-of-the-line gear, and their lessons are tailored to your skill level and price range. All lessons include this year’s newest gear, a wetsuit, jet ski, and hot showers & towels so you won’t get cold.

Phone: (727) 510-2166 | Open Daily 7:00am-9:00pm |

Pass-A-Grille Beach

Pass-A-Grille Beach has the longest stretch of undeveloped beach in St. Pete's, and it's been drawing travelers for centuries. Fish at Merry Pier, a popular destination for catching the best Florida fish. Beach chair rentals are available, so you can sit down and watch Pass-A-Grille's stunning view of the Gulf sunset.

Boat Tours

You'll have many ways to explore the waters around St. Pete's Beach. Coastal Kayak Charters rents kayaks and provides tours through the Shell Key Preserve and Pass-A-Grille Beach. To get up close with sealife, book a tour at Dolphin Landings. Their Dolphin Watch tour leaves 2-3 times a day, and you can also watch the brilliant sunset on the waves during their Sunset Sail. Suncoast Watersports offers more active adventures. They have jet skis for zipping through the water, banana boat rides, and parasailing for all ages.

John's Pass Village & Boardwalk

Take a break from the water and explore the 100 shops and restaurants along John's Pass Village & Boardwalk on Madeira Beach. Taste fresh catches at seafood restaurants like Walt'z Fish Shak or The Hut, whose 70-foot bar sits right on the boardwalk. Pick up souvenirs at the local shops, and stop by Florida Winery for wines created with Florida citrus and berries. The boardwalk lies on the blue waters that connect The Gulf with Boca Ciega Bay, making it a scenic destination for a summer afternoon.