Crescent Beach is renowned for its powdery white sand, and has been rated as one of the “Top 10 Beaches in the World”.  Florida Trend Magazine has named this area “The Best Beach in the State of Florida”!

At the southern end of Crescent Beach is Point-of-Rocks where snorkelers have chance to see colorful sea life among limestone rock formations. Farther south on the island is Turtle Beach , which is a lot less crowded and a peaceful place to just relax and unwind. Along Midnight Pass Road to the south and along Beach Road to the north of Crescent Beach are several public gulf accesses with minimal parking for fishing, shell collecting and capturing a sunset.

For the energetic you’ll find excellent sail-boarding, fishing, scuba diving and snorkeling. If you prefer more relaxation in your vacation, a personalized Sailing Charter might be more enticing. There are about 1000 species of fish in the Gulf, bays, lakes, rivers and streams. You can go deep-sea trolling, drift fishing, surfcasting, bridge fishing or wading the grass flats. Non-residents need a fishing license unless you’re under 16 or on a boat charter. T here are minimum lengths, limits and closed season restrictions. Licenses are available at the Sarasota County Courthouse or at local bait shops and sporting goods stores.

Venturing off the island, you may want to visit Mote Marine Laboratory & Aquarium, located at the south end of Longboat Key. It is a world-renowned marine research center. The aquarium offers a fascinating array of local sea life for viewing. The 30-foot Touch Tank and 135,000-gallon Shark Tank and Manatee Center bring visitors face to face with a variety of shark species, fish and marine mammals.

Rounding out the recreational opportunities, there’s rollerblading, bicycling, Golf and tennis. For spectator sports, baseball is the main attraction. The Cincinnati Reds are here for spring training in February and March while the Sarasota Red Sox offer an exciting summer schedule.

Come and join us at Suite 204 on Crescent Beach, Siesta Key, Sarasota, Florida. 

Siestas Key is a barrier island eight miles long, parallel to the city of Sarasota. Two bridges link the island to the mainland. The North Bridge, Siesta Drive, provides convenient access to the culture and nightlife of downtown Sarasota, while the South Bridge at Stickney Point Road, links you to great discount shopping.
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Welcome to Unit 204 at the El Presidente in Sarasota, Florida.  This rental condominium is located right on Crescent Beach.  Crescent Beach is one of the finest beaches in the world.  You might want to think about renting this condominium.  The condo has all of the amenities you could want.  It is perfect for that vacation rental you were thinking of.  So come to the El Presidente for your next vacation in Sarasota, Florida.  Suite 204 is one of the most beautiful rental condominiums you will find anywhere.  It is on the Gulf of Mexico.