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Price and Availability Index Lido Key
Vacation Rental Price Information in Lido Key
The graph shows the average rental prices for the next twelve months in Lido Key. The most expensive prices are in February (2/9 - 2/16). Prices reach an average of $380 per night. Prices drop in July to an average of $211 per night (7/21 - 7/28).
Rental Availability Information in Lido Key
The graph shows the weekly availability rate in Lido Keyfor the next twelve months. The week with the highest booking rate is in February (2/16 - 2/23). Only 22% of the rentals are still available. More accommodations are available in a week of September (9/15 - 9/22) as the booking rate is only 20%.
The Weather in Lido Key
You can see our climate diagram above. July is the warmest month of the year in Lido Key with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 91°. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 51° in January. According to the climate diagram, August is the rainiest month of the year in Lido Key.
Enjoy the white sand beaches of Lido Key in a stunning vacation house
White sand beaches paired with high-end shopping and world-class dining make Lido Key a popular luxury destination. While vacation houses on the Key come in every shape and size, a regional style of architecture known as “Sarasota Modern” emerged on Lido Key in the 1950's and 60's, and examples designed by now-famous architects can be seen while visiting.
Seafood and dessert at St. Armand's Circle
Lido Key and nearby St. Armand's Circle are filled with delightful restaurants ranging from casual cafes to upscale eateries. For many visitors, finding a restaurant with a view is key, and the seasonally operating Lido Beach Restaurant is a favorite; lobster rolls are the specialty, but the restaurant is also a popular breakfast spot. The Tommy Bahama Restaurant is popular with travelers, while the Terrace at Surf Shack serves up fresh seafood and live music. Before heading back to your vacation home, you can enjoy dessert and cocktails with a view of St. Armand's Circle at Cafe L'Europe
Ocean breezes and abundant sunshine
Typical of southern Florida, Lido Key enjoys a warm and sunny climate year round. High temperatures generally hover around 70°F throughout the year though summer temperatures can climb much higher. The climate is perfect for a variety of outdoor activities including ample opportunities to take advantage of the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico that surround Lido Key. Although the humidity is generally high, Lido Key benefits from cooling ocean breezes.
Lido Key points of interest
The namesake beach of Lido Key, Lido Beach boasts 3,000 feet of white sand beaches dotted with picnic tables for visitors, as well as a gift shop, refreshment area, and pool.
South Lido Park
Only a short distance from many vacation rentals in Lido Key is South Lido Park, a beautiful, unspoiled recreation park ideal for spotting dolphins or bird watching. Fishing and kayaking are popular activities here although many visitors come simply to enjoy the sunsets.
Mote Marine Laboratory and Aquarium
This research center is dedicated to the study and conservation of dolphins, sharks and various other native Floridian marine species. Located just outside of downtown Sarasota, the center's aquarium is a fascinating educational experience featuring sea turtles, sea otters, sharks and more.
Marie Selby Botanical Gardens
Located in Sarasota Bay, the Marie Selby Botanical Gardens is a world-class exhibition of exotic plant life and educational activities. The Mangroves Baywalk is a scenic, not-to-be-missed walk for visitors to explore native mangrove species while taking in the view of Bird Key and Sarasota Bay.
Nearby Siesta Key features six different beaches, but the star is the Siesta Key Public Beach. The famed white quartz sand is perfect for a stroll along the coastline before taking a dip in the sparkling blue waters.
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