Anna Maria Florida

Anna Maria Island is a barrier island and sits at the southern tip of Tampa Bay and the Gulf of Mexico and is perched north of Longboat Key. Often known as 1 of Florida's best kept secrets. Anna Maria Island Historical Society Museum features a restored 1920 cottage. The wooden City Pier dates from 1911. Leave the car at home and travel the island by trolley bus or bike or walk to your favorite watering hole to enjoy the sunset. There are no high rise buildings in this area, just houses with the “Old Florida” feel, in neighborhoods that are not far from the water’s edge. A kayak or fishing boat is the favored transportation for exploring the inlets and canals that shelter Snook and Redfish beneath age old fishing docks. With and average temperature of 75 degrees, this year round attraction with its laid back feel is the place to relax, soak up the sun and enjoy the delights of some of the award winning restaurants. The beaches of Anna Maria Island are some of the best on the Gulf Coast. Not for just the soft sugar white sands and the rich turquoise blue water but the most incredible sunsets that this part of the world is famous for. 
Max length7.021 mi
Max width1.988 mi
LocationManatee County, Florida
Highest elevation5 ft (1.5 m)
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