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Price and Availability Index Siesta Key
Vacation Rental Price Information in Siesta Key
The graph shows the average rental prices for the next twelve months in Siesta Key. Prices in a week of March (3/2 - 3/9) go up to $301 per night, which is the highest average price in the next 12 months. Conversely, the cheapest average prices are in a week of September (9/8 - 9/15).
Rental Availability Information in Siesta Key
Check out the graph above to find out how many accommodations are available in Siesta Key(in %). It is harder to find an accommodation during a week of February (2/16 - 2/23), as 83% of the rentals are booked. Conversely, it is in September (9/1 - 9/8) that the highest percentage of rentals are available.
The Weather in Siesta Key
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your vacation. August is the warmest month of the year in Siesta Key with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 91°. Conversely, February is the coolest month in Siesta Key, with temperatures going under 55° Bring your umbrella in August, the rainiest month of the year!
Island Paradise: The Perfect Siesta Key Beach Vacation
Not far from Sarasota, and just next to the enticing Gulf of Mexico, sits the eight mile long Siesta Key. It’s been named America’s Best Beach, and once you get here, it’s easy to see why. Its four main beaches are best known for their white sand, pure blue waters, and lots of sports activities.
A family-friendly location, the region is ideal for those with children, however Siesta Key also offers the perfect romantic setting for couples. Dinner while bathed in moonlight at a waterfront oyster bar? Breakfast from your beach terrace in your Siesta Key vacation home? With any Siesta Key vacation rental you choose, you’ll have direct access to the bay and beach — just footsteps away. Around the shore are many dining options and plenty of activities to choose from. Restaurants range from budget to luxurious; the beaches here some of the most coveted in the country. In short, Siesta Key is an island paradise.
Arriving at your Siesta Key vacation rental
You can reach your Siesta Key vacation home from the Sarasota Bradenton International Airport, only nine miles away, about an eight minute drive away. Those coming from the Tampa International Airport can expect about an hour's drive. Two bridges connect Siesta Key to the mainland.
What to eat in Siesta Key
Being a beach destination means there’s unlimited seafood to enjoy. When you come to Siesta Key, be sure to try out the well-known seafront restaurants. Try the freshest lobsters, crabs and crayfish; sip margaritas in the sunshine, or twilight. Whether cooking in your Siesta Key vacation rental, or dining out in this relaxed beachside destination, you’ll enjoy this part of every day life.
Perfect beach climate in Siesta Key
Come to your Siesta Key vacation rental during the summer to enjoy Siesta Key’s warm yet temperate climate. May through September are the warmest months of the year, while Siesta Key’s cold season goes from December until February. So if you want to get some sunbathing in, plan to come during the early to mid-summer months.
The beaches of Siesta Key
Water sport lovers will have a blast in Siesta Key; it’s the ultimate beach destination. Its four main areas are: Siesta Beach, Crescent Beach, Turtle Beach and Siesta Key Village. When staying in your Siesta Key vacation rental, try visiting each one, as they all have a unique charm.
The most popular, Siesta Beach, was in fact rated the number one beach in the United States in 2011. Here, you can lounge on its lovely quartz sand, enjoying the cool feeling under your toes. Try some active sports in the tennis and volleyball courts, or go with your family for a picnic. For catching the gorgeous sunset, head to Crescent Beach, known for its fine white sands. With its stunning blue waters and peaceful vibe, it’s also a great place for a romantic date with your favorite person.
You’ll find Turtle Beach on Siesta Key’s southern tip. Its notably darker sand has more shells, so if you love collecting, or have little ones who do, head there. There are also playgrounds and areas for playing sport on the sand.
Siesta Village is a destination where you’ll get to see parrots and various shore birds. Don’t forget your camera if you enjoy nature photography. You may just spy a beautiful snowy egret, an ibis or a stork. Those who love the underwater thrill of snorkeling can head out to Point of Rocks. It’s an area lauded as the best spot on Florida’s west coast for snorkeling.
Where to go with children in Siesta Key
Got kids? After a morning sleeping in at your Siesta Key vacation home, go check out the Crowley Museum & Nature Center, where you can enjoy hiking around nature trails, visit the wildlife sanctuary, and overlook the Myakka River. Another interesting place for kids near to your Siesta Key vacation rental is the Florida Gulf Coast Railroad Museum, open most weekends. At the Mote Marine Laboratory and Science Center, both young and old can enjoy learning about marine life. Visit their giant aquariums and see sharks, eels or manatees up close. If your young ones ever want to experience circus life, they can learn all about it at the Circus Museum.
Whether you choose to lounge around on the beach all day, work on your tan, or take up a more active vacation activities around Siesta Key Beach, you’ll have a great time. Your Siesta Key vacation home has all the amenities you need to make this vacation perfect.
Discover paradise at Siesta Key
Point of Rocks
Forming a natural boundary at Crescent Beach's south end, Point-of-Rocks is great for snorkelling and shallow-water bathing. Children will especially enjoy discovering the marine life.
Named after the turtles who nest here, Turtle Beach is perfect for family picnics and taking in picturesque sunsets. Collect shells, swim, sunbathe or fish here.
Siesta Farmers Market
This market has it all from fruit, vegetables and olive oil, to paintings, vintage photos, shell artwork, ceramics and beauty products. After bargain hunting, relax with a coffee and enjoy the live music.
White-powdered sand, turquoise waters and gentle breezes define the tropical paradise that is Siesta Beach. This award-winning beach is unbeatable for blissful atmosphere, even offering the chance to spot dolphins.
This southern portion of Siesta Beach has won the accolade of having "the whitest and finest sand in the world". Paddleboarding, kayaking and snorkelling are popular activities here.
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