Anna Maria Island
Anna Maria Island, Florida
A Community Rich in Culture
Though relatively small, Anna Maria Island is large in opportunity. In this community, you'll find music, theatre, art, history, festivals, fine dining, shopping, and many locally owned and operated businesses. Residents love Anna Maria Island's crystal white beaches and various destinations for relaxing and enjoying the Florida sunshine. We invite you to learn more about this growing community and what it offers you as a homeowner.
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Also referred to as Anna Maria Key, Anna Maria Island is a barrier island located off the southwestern coast of Florida. Bounded by the Gulf of Mexico, Anna Maria Island is 7 miles long. Residents are just minutes from Bradenton and Sarasota and approximately an hour from Tampa.
Three Small Cities, One Desirable Community
Anna Maria Island is divided into three cities — Anna Maria, Holmes Beach, and Bradenton Beach — with a population totaling less than 10,000. Travel to the island is limited by vehicle to two bridges extending from mainland Sarasota. In addition to personal vehicles, Anna Maria Island is accessible by boat and is serviced by public transportation from both Manatee County and Sarasota County.
Average temperatures on the island range from the 60s to the 80s year-round.
Of course, Anna Maria Island has all the necessities of any modern community. The island has a variety of nonprofit organizations, schools, higher education, and many other services.
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With a multitude of festivals, parades, special events, and daily activities, Anna Maria Island never
Shopping on the island is an enjoyable experience. Anna Maria Island features a variety of boutiques, gift shops, antique shops, galleries, clothing stores, gift shops, and flea markets. Dining, too, is a treat; the island offers several award-winning bistros, cafes, and restaurants, including gulf-front or
It's easy to enjoy the outdoors on the island. You can rent a kayak to explore the local waters, or rent bicycles and golf carts to explore the heart of town. The beaches around Anna Maria Island are outstanding. If you prefer to sail or fish, you can easily find a charter to take you on the Gulf of Mexico, or you can take advantage of Anna Maria Island's three fishing piers. Explore even more activities and attractions on Anna Maria Island on the map below.
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Whether you are relocating, purchasing a home, or selling your paradise on Anna Maria Island, our real estate professionals will guide you through every step of your real estate journey. Contact us at 941.815.6772 and let's talk about your specific goals.