If you took a survey and asked where St. Pete Beach or Indian Rocks Beach are, most would tilt their head and look bewildered. But if you were to ask where Tampa Bay is, they would be able to point to the map directly. That is why we call this area the Tampa Bay Beaches. It gives our visitors a better sense of where our friendly beaches are located.
Off the west coast of Pinellas County (where St. Petersburg and Clearwater are) you'll find 10 barrier Islands. These natural islands are connected together by a stretch of road called Gulf Boulevard. You can learn about each individual beach by choosing one from the menu on the right.
Each Tampa Bay beach possesses its own individuality and administration, located so close to the main land of St. Petersburg and Clearwater that many travelers do not realize they are on an island. With these islands having such easy access to the mainland, we have no need for goods to be delivered by air or sea, which keeps the cost of island living reasonable. We have it all, without the high price of island living!
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