Madeira Beach is a city within Pinellas County in Florida often called Mad Beach by locals. It is bordered on the west by the Gulf of Mexico and on the east by St. Petersburg. The area is mostly residential with small number of industrial or businesses considering that majority of residents are retirees.
Madeira Beach city can be found on a barrier island between the Boca Ciega Bay to the northeast and the Gulf of Mexico to the southwest. Connecting Madeira Beach to the mainland in the independent district of Bay Pines is the Tom Stuart Causeway Bridge. The town of Redington Beach is the northwest of Madeira Beach and to the southeast, across the bay of John’s Pass, is Treasure Island. read more…
Legend claims that a pirate by the name of John LeVique was the initial settler from Europe at the Madeira Beach. Nowadays, the city is well-known for the sea-themed John’s Pass Village and Boardwalk, featuring shops and eats destinations alongside a 1,100 ft. boardwalk along the Intracoastal.
Island Paradise Cottages of Madeira Beach offers authentic beach cottages, apartments and villas with tropical setting, aromatic seasonal blossoms that scent the Gulf breezes. Sandy Beach Vacation Rentals manages multiple properties with one-three bedroom units such as Land’s End and Private Homes in Treasure Island.
Fanatics of the sun and sea are attracted to Madeira Beach’s 2.5 mile beach alongside the fishing enthusiasts. Madeira Beach hosts the Seafood Festival at John’s Pass each October drawing more than 120,000 visitors to its festival of food, live music, arts and crafts.
John’s Pass is the entertainment district situated on the Intracoastal Waterway. It ca be found at the south end of Madeira Beach in Pinellas County. This is convenient to St. Petersburg, Clearwater and Tampa and just a short drive from the Orlando area.Annual John’s Pass Seafood Festival features 3 stages of music, hundreds of food vendors and artists, including the World’s Largest Bloody Mary Toast for the benefit of the American Heart Association. Daiquiri Deck Oceanside Grill is the perfect place for seafood lovers and daiquiri fanatics to unwind at the beachside bar.
John’s Pass Village and Boardwalk is an antiquated fishing village including more than 120 eccentric shops, fantastic restaurants and a waterfront boardwalk overlooking the Gulf of Mexico and Intracoastal Waterway. Enjoy eclectic watersports, eco-tours and deep-sea fishing. Glass at the Pass Gallery located at John’s Pass Boardwalk offers a wide collection of original art glass perfume bottles, art glass stemware, paperweights, bowls, vases, art glass fish by American artists.
John’s Pass Watersports is your gateway to having tons of fun in the sun offering waverunners, parasailing and boat rentals/ Kahuna Kai Paddle and Beach Shop is Stand Up Fitness’ primary place for hourly or daily paddle board rentals, lessons, fitness classes and tours as well as clothing and accessories for water sports.
Smugglers Cove Adventure Golf offers miniature golf while surrounded by fast current waters, mystical caves and mountainous topography which also features live alligators to view. The Alligator Attraction is perfect for the family where kids will enjoy viewing reptiles such as alligators, tortoises, lizards, frogs from around the world.
Hubbard’s Marina Fishing Charter Center offers 5 to 34 hour trips into the Gulf of Mexico for fishing adventure. They also offer 1 ½ hour dolphin watches for mom and kids as they take you to guaranteed dolphin sightings. Learn eerie stories behind areas as well as spirits still lurking in shadows at Ghost Tours.
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