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Dunedin Studio

  • -1
  • 3
  • 2 nights min
  • Swimming pool
  • Child friendly
  • Air conditioning



from $189.00 / night


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Dunedin House

  • 1
  • 2
  • 30 nights min
  • Nearest beach 3 mi
  • Swimming pool
  • Child friendly


Very Good (1 reviews)


from $49.00 / night

About Dunedin

Dunedin, FL Travel Tips

Dunedin, FL, is a city that boasts picturesque views of the Gulf of Mexico and a friendly local atmosphere. Dunedin, Florida, vacation rentals let you explore and enjoy the city as if it were home. Vacationing families will want to find the Dunedin rentals that are most suitable for their needs. Vacation Home Rentals can help. As a company that lists rental properties online, we represent well-maintained for-rent-by-owner vacation rentals. Dunedin, FL, properties are a good option for people who are traveling with their children. This is because vacation home rentals can help save money and will provide more freedom and space than hotels can offer. When choosing from rentals in Dunedin, FL, families may want to consider what type of activities they plan to engage in and their locations. The location of the rental can help with decisions such as those that involve transportation. A good tip for people who prefer to skip car rentals or reduce driving time is to take the Jolly Trolley on weekends as an alternative. Another important travel tip is to keep the season in mind when choosing Dunedin, FL, vacation rentals and picking potential travel dates. Hurricane season lasts from June to November and could have a negative impact on a carefully planned family vacation. If traveling during this time, keep flashlights, a battery-operated radio, and other supplies on hand and heed all advisories and warnings.


Events are a great reason for vacationing families to reserve and stay in Dunedin rentals. In January, one yearly event is the Downtown Dunedin Art Festival. A month later in February, there is the Dunedin Mardi Gras Parade and Festival. This is a fun event that includes music, a parade, food, and more activities that families enjoy taking part in. In July, tourists will appreciate their stay in rentals in Dunedin, FL, when they go to the Dunedin Orange Festival. The event includes music, food, and entertainment for the whole family, including a kid zone. November is a time to celebrate Celtic music and ancestry by attending the annual Dunedin Celtic Festival.

Dunedin, Florida Climate

Dunedin enjoys nearly 250 sunny days each year, and the city receives an average of two and a half to three inches of rain each month. Summers tend to be hot and humid in Dunedin, with highs in the 90s. Winters tend to be warm, with temperatures in the 60s or 70s.

How to Get Around Dunedin

To get to the Dunedin area from afar, fly to the St. Pete-Clearwater International Airport, which is just 12 miles south of most Dunedin condos, or fly to the Tampa International Airport, which is about 20 miles east of the area. Plan to walk or bicycle around the center of town, or drive to destinations further afield.

Best Things to Do in Dunedin

For one of Dunedin's top natural attractions, head just offshore to Honeymoon Island State Park, where you'll find swimming beaches, great shelling, and even snorkeling. Visitors can also fish, canoe, kayak, and hike, as well as spot the native ospreys and other shorebirds. Pinellas Trail is a site for tourists who want a well-maintained and simple bicycling or waking path. The trail goes through Dunedin and all of Pinellas County.

Just south of Honeymoon Island State Park is Caladesi Island State Park, another highlight in the Dunedin area. This is the ideal spot for swimming, catching some rays, or fishing offshore. To get a closer look at the park's diverse wildlife, hike or kayak through the mangroves on one of the park's designated trails.

When you visit Dunedin, you won't want to miss your chance to see the Dunedin Fine Art Center. Catch a special exhibition, take an art class, grab a bite at the gourmet café, or attend one of the art center's special events. If you're looking for a more low-key arts activity, wander through the center of Dunedin and peek into this small city's numerous art galleries and boutiques.

Top Nightlife in Dunedin

For a relaxing night out with a mug of beer, glass of wine, or even a tropical cocktail, Kelly's pours some of the best drinks in town and is just a short walk from the waterfront. If you're planning a real night out on the town, stop by neighboring Blur Nightclub for martinis, music, and dancing.

Whether you're seeking Florida's coastal beauty, great nightlife, or family-friendly events, you'll find it in Dunedin. Take your pick from Dunedin condos of all sizes, and settle into this Gulf Coast gem.
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