When travelers long for a beach vacation, St. Petersburg, Florida, fills the bill. In addition to beautiful beaches and consistently warm weather, this pretty city on Florida's Tampa Bay offers urban excitement ranging from shops and restaurants to breweries, bars and nightclubs.

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About Saint Pete Beach

Make your St. Petersburg getaway special with these stops:
  • Downtown: Visit the downtown area for shops, restaurants, bars and museums like the Dali Museum and the St. Petersburg Museum of History.
  • Fort De Soto Park: Just 13 miles southwest of St. Petersburg, Fort De Soto Park is spread across five small islands. The area features an award-winning beach, a pirate ship playground and a historic fort. Favorite park activities include swimming, fishing, kayaking, canoeing, hiking and biking.
  • Sunshine Skyway Bridge: A ride across Tampa Bay over the Sunshine Skyway Bridge promises spectacular water views and a fun, roller-coaster sensation with the bridge's up-and-down construction. Next door, the original bridge converted into a fishing pier is a great place to cast a line for sea bass, grouper and mackerel.

About Saint Pete Beach

Check out these stops on your trip to St. Pete Beach:
  • Pass-A-Grille Historic District: At the south end of St. Pete Beach, the Pass-A-Grille Historic District offers charming shops and eateries, an outdoor art market, museums and the bustling Merry Pier for day-long enjoyment.
  • The Beach: Locals and visitors access the white sandy coastline at St. Pete Beach by way of three boardwalks. Amenities include parking, public restrooms, showers and swimming areas.
  • Shell Key Preserve: Nature lovers find paradise at Shell Key Preserve, less than five miles south of St. Pete Beach. Accessible only by boat or ferry, the preserve features a varied landscape from beach areas and mangroves to sea grass beds. Popular activities include nature walks, shelling, snorkeling and sunbathing.

How many rentals are available in Saint Pete Beach?

There are 1,831 vacation rentals available in Saint Pete Beach across several booking partners.

What is the price range for rentals in Saint Pete Beach?

Vacation rentals in Saint Pete Beach have a price range between $63-$4,557. The average price for rentals in Saint Pete Beach is $241 per night.

What are the most popular vacation rental amenities in Saint Pete Beach?

  • TV
  • Air Conditioner
  • Internet / Wifi

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