St. Pete Beach was just named one of the best beaches in America the TripAdvisor Travelers’ Choice awards, and it’s not hard to see why. St. Pete Beach offers gorgeous Gulf views, is home to some of the most iconic hotels in the country (welcome to The Don CeSar), offers ample dining and drinking options, and has plenty of space for folks to spread out and enjoy an afternoon.
Looking for a place to stay on the beach? I Love the ‘Burg has put together a full guide of the top places to stay, and things to see when you visit. Sea Grapes Wine Lounge also recently opened its doors on St. Pete Beach, and our favorite breakfast spot La Croisette is back open on Corey Avenue.
New restaurants arrive on St. Pete Beach
From TripAdvisor: “A great walking beach with white quartz sand, clear calm water, and seashells by the truckload. The most perfect place to watch the sun set over the ocean.”
Spinners Rooftop restaurant and bar, the sprawling Tradewinds Resort and Guy Harvey Outpost, in addition to spots for paddle boarding, kayaking and ferry escapes, what’s not to love?
St. Pete Beach is just a quick drive from downtown St. Petersburg and so worth the trip. You can see a full list of rankings for the US, and the world online. Just an hour away from St. Petersburg, Siesta Key Beach was named one of the top beaches in the world.
Florida is home to the best beaches in the world
The pristine beach is a photographer’s dream come true. Stunning white quartz sand, turquoise waters, beautiful areas to enjoy a picnic, and tons of food and fun to be had in the immediate area make Siesta Key Beach such a sought after, and revered escape.
It’s not the only Tampa Bay Area beach to make the cut. Siesta Beach was named the second best beach in America, and Clearwater was listed at 23.
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