Have you been thinking about taking a relaxing vacation? Florida is one of the most visited places in the country with Anna Maria Island being one of the most popular cities in Florida that travelers flock to for a great getaway. When traveling to the beautiful coastal city, the blue waters, white sand, and tons of attractions offer everything a vacationer could ask for. Those looking for the perfect getaway can find all the accommodations needed here at Anna Maria Island including these fantastic Anna Maria Island Fl vacation rentals found below. There is shopping, fishing, golfing, and water sports that keep everyone in the family busy with fun.
One of the biggest concerns with most travelers is where to stay. We provide great rentals by owners to our guests in order to deliver the best rates and amenities. We deliver vacation rentals that can work in anyone’s budget from a small villa to a large mansion. We have a variety of homes that can make you want to move in for good. Whether you are looking for a beach wedding, a family vacation, or just a quick getaway, we are here for you. Begin your search below where you can email the vacation rental by owner directly and start planning your next vacation to Anna Maria Island.
Many home owners are in a Vacation Rental By Owner program. No matter where you stay you will always be waking distance from the beach. Below we have listed Vacation Homes places to stay listed by home owners.
Top things to do in Anna Maria Island
Anna Maria Island also called Anna Maria Key. Anna Maria Island is seven miles and runs north to south on the Gulf of Mexico. A Barrier Island located North West of Sarasota and West of Bradenton. It is surrounded by three bodies of water Gulf of Mexico, Tampa Bay, and Sarasota Bay. Gulf Drive runs the entire length south to North.
Anna Maria Island has a free trolley-style bus that runs the entire length of Gulf Drive. Because of all the vacation rentals and places to stay is a very popular destination for weddings and is known as the “wedding capital of Florida”.
Some parts of the island are protected to preserve the Sea turtles which nest on the island from May to October. The island is a bird sanctuary with many pelicans, cranes, herons, wild parrots, sand pipers, hawks, vultures, seagulls, and crows inhabit the island.