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About Anna Maria Island

Laidback and oozing “old Florida” charm, Anna Maria Island is a slice of paradise located on Florida’s famous Gulf Coast. With picturesque beaches known around the world for their beautiful white sand and waters of the clearest turquoise blue, it’s not hard to relax and unwind while on this island in the Gulf of Mexico.
Only seven miles long, the island is divided into three cities: Holmes Beach, Bradenton Beach, and Anna Maria. This gives vacationers plenty of choices when it comes to choosing what to do and where to stay while visiting. An Anna Maria Island vacation rental right on the beach is the perfect option as home base since chain restaurants are pleasantly absent and the area remains untainted by numerous high rise buildings.

Climate

The average year-round temperature in Anna Maria Island is a comfortable 75 degrees making it an ideal destination to visit during any month. In the winter, the skies are cloudless and temperatures range from 75 degrees during the daytime to 50 degrees overnight. Trade winds influence the spring months with sunny, dry days that reach up to 90 degrees. Hot summer temperatures mixed with gentle breezes and cooling rains give way to glorious weather throughout late fall.

Transit

The best way to tour this intimate seven-mile island is by hopping aboard the Anna Maria Island Trolley. It runs north to south from the Anna Maria City Pier to Coquina Beach stopping every few blocks for riders to hop on and off. The best part about it is that it is completely free to riders and offers the perfect opportunity for a burst of refreshing air conditioning on the way to the next activity. Parking can be scarce throughout the island, so the trolley is both a scenic ride and a necessity.

Attractions

Part of Anna Maria Island’s charm is its well-preserved natural beauty. The Anna Maria Island Butterfly Park is a perfect place to see butterflies and plants local to the area. Similarly, the island’s scenic shoreline is an attraction in itself. For people who love to visit the beach and soak up sun, Anna Maria Island has several gorgeous beaches to enjoy.

·       Bean Point is at the very northern tip of the island and is a local secret offering stunning views of the sunset from its pristine and tranquil beach.
·       Manatee Beach is a large public beach with lifeguards on duty and ample beach space for ...

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