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Highlights in Anna Maria Island
- Sparkling white sand
- Dolphin trips
- Fine seafood and dining
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Holiday rentals and lettings in Anna Maria Island
The barrier island, Anna Maria Island, is famous for its wide, sweeping beaches, with incredible views and luxury restaurants, as well as its small but perfectly appointed town, Anna Maria. The most incredible holiday rentals await you, whether you are looking for a beach resort, or a holiday let in the historic town area. Enjoy some of the world’s finest seafood before strolling back to your Anna Maria Island holiday home in this most magical part of Florida. If you are looking for more budget options check out the lettings around Palma Sola Bay, just a short hope from the island over one of its two bridges.Holiday rentals in a tropical paradise
Florida style holiday rentals feature tropical gardens and sparkling, warm, turquoise swimming pools for playing and relaxing. Brightly painted, wooden slatted lettings give a colourful and fun welcome to you on your Anna Maria Island holiday. Imagine yourself sipping a cocktail, watching as the sun sets over the tropical beach, as you relax in the comfort of the terrace or garden of your own beautiful holiday letting. What are you waiting for? Book today!
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The area and getting around
Your exciting holiday to Anna Maria Island is most likely to start at Sarasota-Bradenton International Airport which is just half an hour’s drive from the Cortez Bridge on the south part of the island. You can also cross over on the Manatee Ave Bridge which takes you right onto the centre of Anna Maria Island. From here you’ll be spoilt for choice with your options. You can start by browsing the luxury boutiques before settling in for a slow afternoon’s siesta on the crisp white sand, or a swim in the sapphire waters of the sea. The possibilities are endless!Anna Maria Island – a paragon of luxury
The sheer joy of Anna Maria Island is the absolute beauty that surrounds you from the moment that you step onto the island. Head over the marina and enjoy watching the yachts which are moored in between their sea adventures, while tasting some of the fine wine at the marina restaurant. Head next to Coquina Beach, and join the beach combers and shell seekers (don’t forget to leave all your finds there for the next person!) then take the Coquina Boardwalk for a stroll through nature. No matter which direction you look, the views will be amaze!
Travellers and activities
The brilliant white sands of the beaches of Anna Maria Island contrast delightfully with its clear blue waters. With restaurants and bars to suit every budget lining the beaches, you’ll have everything you need for a relaxing and restful day. For beach lovers who prefer to burn some energy, rent a jet ski and explore the coastline from its unique, speedy view! Or take the slower route with a chartered yacht and enjoy the wind in your sails as you cruise along in the tranquil seas.Anna Maria Island for foodies
Being an island, fish and seafood is the main feature of the fine dining options on Anna Maria Island, but if you’re vegetarian or vegan you’ll still be spoilt for choice. For seafood, you’ll adore the offerings in the Anna Maria Oyster Bar on Cortez Road. Not surprisingly, they specialise in oysters, but their lobster is also outstanding and their salads out of this world. The Sandbar Restaurant’s unique appeal is its proximity to the beach and the exceptional quality of the food – a real treat for every self-respecting foodie!
„Anna Maria Island’s white sandy beaches are made from quartz, which means they don’t get too hot underfoot even in summer!“
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Watch people relaxing on the beach, anglers casting their lines in the hopes of catching a fish, see yachts sailing by and if you’re lucky, a pod of frolicking dolphins! A wonderful people (an animal!) watching destination!2. Go shopping at the Coquina Beach Market
From fresh fish to clothing to jewellery, there’s always something fresh and vibrant to see and buy at the Coquina Beach Market. If you don’t want to be surrounded by a delicious variety of condiments and wares and explosions of colour, be sure to stay away!3. See frolicking dolphins on a dolphin cruise
Join a boat trip out into the Gulf of Mexico for a once in a lifetime experience spotting dolphins in the wild. And look out for manatees grazing and wading birds.4. Bask on the beautiful Bean Point beach
Walk over the powdery sand, play and swim in the clean, clear water, snorkel around the coast to discover the local sea-life or relax in a local beach bar at this most beautiful beach on Anna Maria Island.5. Enjoy a trip to the Island Players Community Theatre
An Award Winning organization dedicated to providing artistic experiences for the communities of Anna Maria Island, this delightful community theatre offers entertaining productions and highly recommended shows..
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Anna Maria Island
What was the average price for a holiday rental in Anna Maria Island in 2020, during the corona crisis?
The coronavirus has severely impacted the travel industry. Based on our 2020 data, Anna Maria Island has an annual average price of £291.85 per night.
When can you get the best deals on holiday rentals in Anna Maria Island?
If it is your aim to save the maximum amount during your visit to Anna Maria Island, go there in October (£220.76 per night on average), November (£248.04), or May (£253.74) to find the lowest prices for the whole year.
When does the price of holiday rentals in Anna Maria Island go up the most?
In 2020, the month that offered the highest average prices in Anna Maria Island was February, with an average price of £408.83 per night. This was followed by March, with an average of £402.2, and April, with £336.91.
Is Anna Maria Island a good location for a last-minute getaway?
If you decide to discover Anna Maria Island, we suggest organising your travels in advance because it tends to be very high in demand, with an annual average occupation of 83% in the year 2020.
When are there fewer rental options available in Anna Maria Island?
Holiday rentals in Anna Maria Island reach their peak in demand in February, with an availability rate of 1.2%. The second most requested month is March, with 5.75%, and the third is June with 7.25%.
How many holiday lettings are there in Anna Maria Island?
Our inventory features approximately 2900 properties from 6 partners.