Type: Beaches, Family Friendly, Outdoor Activities
Treasure Island is another popular beach that features a funky, retro vibe and offers plenty of wide, white sand beaches and fun activities. This beach is especially wide making it a haven for kite... Read More
Treasure Island is another popular beach that features a funky, retro vibe and offers plenty of wide, white sand beaches and fun activities. This beach is especially wide making it a haven for kite flyers who provide a colorful visual display to entertain visitors. Treasure Island is easy to get around with a mile long paved trail that connects many of the hotels, restaurants, bars and shops along the beach. At the north end is St. John's Pass that replicates a quaint fishing village and serves as a hub for charter boats, an eclectic variety of souvenir and apparel shops, and several great bars and restaurants. Drinking is allowed on this beach.
10400 Gulf Blvd.
Treasure Island, FL 33706
- Beaches: "It's called "Treasure Island" because an early hotelier buried a couple old chests on the beach as a publicity stunt and the name stuck."
- Best for Beaches Because: Treasure Island is a classic beach community with a 3-mile expanse of beach and a great selection of nearby restaurants, bars and shops.
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