Did you know the Suncoast was rated the best coast to retire in Florida by Kiplingers Finance in 2019?
The Suncoast region lies along the south-west coast of Florida from St Petersburg to Punta Gorda, renowned for its beautiful coastline, turquoise gulf water, white sandy beaches, world-class dining, shopping, and cultural arts, charming beach towns, and exceptional boating and fishing waterway residing on expansive bay estuaries teeming with wildlife and the Gulf of Mexico.
Sarasota resides along Sarasota Bay with barrier islands known as keys, each with its own distinctive tropical landscape and lifestyle nestled between the Gulf of Mexico and Sarasota Bay. Siesta Key, Bird Key, Lido Key, Casey Key, Longboat Key, Otter Key, Coon Key
Charlotte Harbor and the Gulf Islands beach and waterfront communities include Boca Grande, Don Pedro Island, El Jobean, Englewood-Cape Haze, Little Gasparilla Island, Manasota Key South, Palm Island, Placida, Port Charlotte, and Punta Gorda.
A Boater's Paradise
Punta Gorda is located on the SW Florida coastline, nestled between Ft. Myers and Venice residing on the second-largest estuary in Florida Charlotte Harbor. A Boater's Paradise
Located on Gasparilla Island nestled between Lemon Bay and the Gulf of Mexico lies Boca Grande accessible by boat or toll bridge. The island is renowned for its sports fishing and hosting the worlds' richest Tarpon Tournament, turquoise gulf waters, and white sandy beaches.
Renown for its world-class dining, arts, music, and cultural events surrounded by rich historical Mediterranean and modern architecture and the beautiful turquoise Gulf of Mexico and award-winning powder-soft white sand beaches.
Sarasota barrier islands include Lido Key, Longboat Key St. Armand's Key, Casey Key, Bird Key, Coon Key, and Siesta Key are nestled between Sarasota Bay and the Gulf of Mexico.