Siesta Key is a barrier island in the Gulf of Mexico, off the coast of Sarasota, Florida. It’s known for its white, powder-like, sandy beaches. Siesta Key is made up of four main districts: Siesta Beach, Crescent Beach, Turtle Beach, and Siesta Key Village. Siesta Beach, near the shops and cafes of Siesta Key Village, has shallow waters, a playground and tennis courts. Crescent Beach offers access to Point of Rocks, limestone outcroppings that surround tidal pools and coral reefs. To the south, Turtle Beach has boat ramps and picnic areas.
Siesta Key Village is a small, lively village of restaurants, boutiques, gift shops and shopping for all. Siesta Key also hosts an array of events, including the Siesta Key Craft Festival, Volleyball Tournaments, Sand Sculpting Competitions, and holiday parades.
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