Tips for Beach Hopping around Siesta Key

By Best Western Siesta Key

June 14, 2021


If relaxing on the beach means collecting seashells, hunting for shark’s teeth, playing volleyball, or tossing horseshoes, then Turtle Beach is for you. Located at the southern end of Siesta Key, this narrow beach has been referred to as the “sportiest” beach in the area.

Turtle Beach


This quiet, secluded, and serene beach landscape gives visitors a peaceful feeling of solitude. While taking time to fully let go and settle into your beach chair and bury your feet in the puffy sand on Crescent Beach, you can also journey south to Point of Rocks.

Crescent Beach


This main attraction not only provides the ultimate spot for families, friends, and solo travelers to soak up the Florida sun but is a popular destination for marine wildlife, like dolphins. Siesta Key is the largest of the island beaches and with that comes a variety of activities to keep you entertained.

Siesta Key Beach


While Lido Key may seem out of the way, being less than ten miles from Siesta Key, it is conveniently located one mile from St. Armand’s Circle. Here, you can spend your day hopping from the sand to the shops and trying out all the delicious restaurants and specialty dessert cafes on the circle.

Lido Key Beach

With a bit of everything, Siesta Key is a beach lover's paradise!