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Best Breakfasts near Anna Maria Island

You’ve booked your dream beach vacation rental or maybe you’ve finally settled into your home in paradise. Now to find your go-to restaurants! There’s something on this list for everyone so check it out to see where the next breakfast/brunch on AMI you should try! Here’s a guide to just some of the best breakfast on Anna Maria Island or within walking distance!

The Donut Experiment

210C Pine Avenue, Anna Maria FL 34216

Create your own vision of the perfect doughnut and they make it happen! They start with a delicious, fresh-made cake donut and then you pick from our huge selection of icings and toppings made-to-order. Great fun and great flavors!



3240 E Bay Dr, Holmes Beach, FL 34217

Their breakfast and lunch menus cater to health conscious individuals and comfort food seekers alike. For over 20 years, Peach’s has been proudly serving generations of families and friends in Sarasota and Manatee counties!

Slicker’s Eatery

12012 Cortez Rd W, Cortez, FL 34210

Just a short walk over the Cortez bridge is THE place to go for weekend brunch. Slicker’s is a casual foodie eatery with brunches of fun. From their Bloody Mary Bar with premium toppings to their creative Mimosa Flights to their famous “Brunchuterie Board” you will want to stop by our make a reservation on their website for a weekend morning feast!

Ginny and Jane E’s

9807 Gulf Drive, Anna Maria, FL, 34216

An island staple for more than 15 years with an eclectic mix of café, bakery, and store. Here, you can grab a giant cinnamon roll, breakfast sandwich, borrow a book to read from the café library, or peruse the funky gift shop.


Cortez Cafe

12108 Cortez Rd W, Cortez, FL 34215

A hearty, affordable breakfast in the fishing village of Cortez. A great place to feast where the locals eat. Their extensive menu has everything from diner favorites to Greek specialities.


5360 Gulf Dr, Holmes Beach, FL 34217

Family-friendly breakfast and lunch restaurant on Gulf Drive with delicious home cooked meals and baked goods. This cozy, family-owned business since the 1990’s is an island staple that never disappoints!

Anna Maria Island Beach Cafe

4000 Gulf Dr, Holmes Beach, FL 34217

If you want to start your morning beachside and full – check out Anna Maria Island Beach Cafe located “Where Manatee Avenue Meets the Gulf”! Famous for their “ALL U CAN EAT” Pancakes & Sausage on the beach, but they offer much more.

Whether you stop at one of these or one of the other great breakfast spots in the Anna Maria Island area, you can’t go wrong with starting your day in paradise! Give us a call and we’ll get your perfect vacation started: (800) 237-2252

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Downtown Bradenton

Visit Downtown Bradenton

Whether you’re coming in from a Tampa or St Pete flight, traveling back in from spending the day in Sarasota, or just wanting to venture off the 7-miles of Anna Maria Island for the day… Downtown Bradenton has something to offer everyone in the family! From a family day to a date night to an afternoon jaunt, Downtown Bradenton is welcoming, walkable, and wonderful.

Farmer’s Market

Home of the extensive Downtown Bradenton Farmers’ Market – a place where the community meets to enjoy fresh produce, local art, upbeat music, demonstrations by local chefs, and free family activities.

Every Saturday, from October through May from 9am – 2pm, the Bradenton Farmers’ Market hosts over eighty vendors who offer locally grown fruits, vegetables, plants, organic products, prepared foods, and the work of local artists and craftspeople. Right on Bradenton’s Old Main Street, you can’t miss it.

Downtown Bradenton

Downtown Bars and Restaurants

Old Main Street is a tree-lined retail district of cafes and restaurants running three blocks north from Manatee Avenue to the Manatee River, where it meets the Bradenton Riverwalk. This is the place to go if you’re looking for a lively bar scene, fun dinner, or just to grab a beer with a view! The options are truly endless and there are so many wonderful spots, just stroll the street and stop in where you’re interested! Parking is free on weekends, and dogs on leashes are welcome.

Sunsets in Bradenton


The Bishop Museum of Science and Nature is the largest natural and cultural history museum on Florida’s Gulf Coast. Featuring The Planetarium, the Parker Manatee Rehabilitation Habitat, the Mosaic Backyard Universe and a constantly changing lineup of temporary exhibitions — offering something new to discover with each visit! With frequents events, specials, and visiting exhibits — it’s the perfect way to spend a rainy (or sunburnt) day of your vacation!

Bradenton Riverwalk

A must-do on a beautiful weather day with the family is to stroll Bradenton’s Riverwalk. The Riverwalk is a 1.5-mile park that features day docks, an amphitheater, performance areas and pavilion, a skateboard park, an interactive splash pad, and much more. Learn more about other fun activities taking place in downtown Bradenton.


Baseball at LECOM Park

Just a few blocks away from Main Street in Downtown Bradenton is a treasure of our area, LECOM Park! The Spring Training ballpark of the Pittsburgh Pirates. The stadium also hosts Minor League Baseball games for the Bradenton Marauders, the Pirates’ Single-A affiliate in the Florida State League. Built in 1923, it is the oldest stadium still used for spring training, but it has received so many great upgrades and additions in recent years. Take us out to the ballgame!

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Best Dinner-Date Spots for this Valentine’s Day near AMI

Here are some of our favorite Anna Maria Island restaurants that accept reservations or offer shorter call-ahead waits, just in time for Valentine’s Day this month!

Slicker’s Eatery

If you’re looking for craft cocktails, eclectic chef-driven menus, and casual vibes… Slicker’s is the place for your date night. Fresh, friendly, and fun.

Call ahead or check out their website to make an easy online reservation.


Beach Bistro

The best place for an elegant fine dining experience and a beautiful sunset. It’s an award-winning, world-class dining experience sure to make your special celebration a lifelong memory. Snag a reservation here.

88Live Piano Bar

88 Live Piano Bar venue features the musicians, vocalists, and special events. Enjoy a cocktail or something from their Italian kitchen. They have an affordable and classy VIP Room you can reserve and wow your date with!


Bradenton Village of the Arts

In the Village of the Arts (VOTA) in Bradenton you can find everything from award-winning restaurants to cafes and bakeries. Many of their restaurants take reservations: Check it out here.

Shore LBK

Located at the Waterline Marina Resort on AMI, The Chateau brings you their interpretation of the American gusto to French-inspired dishes. Reservations can be made on OpenTable.

Isola Bella Italian

Isola Bella prides themselves on serving authentic Italian cuisine. The old Family recipes and the deep knowledge of our tradition will offer you a genuine Italian dining experience. You can make reservations through OpenTable!


The Feast

The Feast is a casual fine dining restaurant located in the city of Holmes Beach. They specialize in fresh seafood, steaks, salads, pastas, and pizzas. To make Reservations, call (941)778-5092

Chart House

If you’re looking for something a little fancier for a nice dinner out or celebrating, make a reservation at Chart House. Located on gorgeous Longboat Key, Chart House is practically a vacation spot in and of itself. Reserve a table on their website.

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Anna Maria Island Rainy Day Activities

You’ve planned your perfect vacation in paradise on Anna Maria Island. You’ve got your itinerary filled with lounging on the beach, warm swims in the Gulf, bike rides, shoreline strolls, fishing, and sunset admiring. Everything is perfectly planned out. And then… weather hits. You see a rainy day on the forecast and undoubtedly worry about your trip plans being ruined.

We’ll ease your mind with a couple of things: One, rain storms *typically* don’t last too long here in the AMI area. Two, the sunsets are always better after a stormy day. Three, there’s still so much to do in the Sarasota-Bradenton area even on a rainy day. We’ve rounded up some of our favorite rainy day activities here locally on our slice of the Sunshine State!


Visit Bradenton’s Village of the Arts

The Village of the Arts, a colorful, fun, and eclectic neighborhood not far from Downtown Bradenton and Lecom Park. The unique cottages and bungalows themselves are cute enough to make a drive to see but the offerings inside many of them are just as exciting. In the Village of the Arts you can find everything from award-winning restaurants to specialty shops, studios, healing arts, bakeries and some of Bradenton’s best art galleries.

Go Shopping

A rainy day is the perfect time to scour for souvenirs for your loved ones, send postcards to family, or treat yourself to a little retail therapy. Whether you’re looking to window shop some locally curated boutiques or wanting to make a day of it at the massive and award-winning University Town Center… You can shop til’ you drop in whatever fashion you like!

Check Out Florida Maritime Museum

Right nearby in Florida’s oldest fishing village of Cortez, is the Florida Maritime Museum. While the Florida Maritime Museum sits on four acres of stunning Florida greens, the bulk of the museum’s peculiar maritime artifacts are indoors. Head inside to see historic photographs, antique tools, boat models, and more.

Have a Spa Day

Self-care is important. Whether you’re aching for a massage, feeling a facial, or wanting to freshen up your look – AMI has some great options for day spas and salons of all kinds!No better way to forget a change in plans than pampering yourself with some spa services!

Go Bar Hopping

There are so many fantastic options to sip a drink, do some dancing, befriend some locals, or catch live music. In fact, you can find all of that and more at these nightlife spots on Anna Maria or very close by! Even better? No driving! The free trolley runs from 6am-11pm every day, but if you’re out past that there is always the Monkey Bus or Uber/Lyft rides are available as well! 

Rainy Days

See Sarasota Museums

Sarasota, Florida is known for its emphasis on the arts. You could certainly spend multiple days just checking out the museums within 20-30 minutes of Anna Maria Island. There are so many things to do in Sarasota whether you’re heading out to visit a well-renowned museum or catch some live entertainment! 

As always, you can chat with our experienced team of locals for their favorite rainy day plans! When in doubt? You really can’t go wrong with supporting our local eateries, artists, and creatives in the Bradenton area. There’s always a Sunshine State of Mind here on AMI.

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It’s That Time of Year: TOYS FOR TOTS!

It’s our most favorite time of year – the holiday season! It’s the greatest time for beautiful weather in paradise, fun with loved ones, festive spirit, and giving back!

We’re excited to partner with Toys for Tots in providing a tangible sign of hope and joy to economically disadvantaged children at Christmas. Through donations of new, unwrapped toys to Toys for Tots you are helping to bless a child right here in our own beloved community. Both of our offices (on Anna Maria and in Ellenton) are Toys for Tots collection centers. Stop by our A Paradise Realty office to drop off a toy or mark your calendar for our upcoming Holiday Open House supporting Toys for Tots on Friday December 2nd!

All donated toys go back to the children that live in the community where the donation occurred. Anna Maria Island draws in much of its income from tourism-related activities, and the workers within this industry sometimes struggle financially in the offseason. When you donate to Toys for Tots, you’re not only providing joy to children over the holidays, but you’re also easing the stress and pressure of financially overburdened parents who would otherwise not be able to provide gifts for their children.

toys for tots

If you are looking to donate, stop by our A Paradise Realty office during our Holiday Open House on Friday, December 2nd between 5 – 7 pm. Bring your unwrapped toy and join us for a wine tasting and tapas, live Holiday Music by Tanya McCormick and Appetizers from Slicker’s Eatery, and much more fun with our community! Donations are accepted as well if you can’t make it out to shop for a toy, bring a donation and our elves will shop for you.

Can’t make the event? Don’t worry, you can stop by our office at any time this season to drop off a toy and we would love to Thank You in person! Every donation of a toy will be picked up and distributed through several community agencies and civic organizations right here in our own hometown.

A Paradise drop-off locations:

A Paradise Realty – AMI
5201 Gulf Dr, Holmes Beach, FL 34217

A Paradise Realty – Ellenton
945 25th Dr E #10, Ellenton, FL 34222

toys for tots

Your kindness is the gift that keeps on giving, and we’re grateful to be a part of the holiday magic.

Happy Holidays from our A Paradise family to yours!

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Volunteer Opportunities in the Anna Maria Area

It’s always important to give back to your community and to the communities you love, but especially as we enter the Holiday season! Part of what makes Anna Maria Island such a wonderful paradise is the kindness and care of the people who live and frequent here. Not to mention just inland, Bradenton is officially known as “The Friendly City.” A great way to ensure our Gulf Coast area remains so special is to find ways to give back! If you’re a local or just want to get more plugged-in to your favorite vacation town of AMI, we’ve rounded up just a few great volunteer organizations in the area!


Anna Maria Island Turtle Watch & Shorebird Monitoring

AMITW has been coordinating conservation efforts since along the Manatee County shoreline since 1983. There are various ways for you to get involved: Become a Bird Steward, attend a Turtle Talk on Tuesday during summer or buy a Turtle License Plate.

Roser Food Pantry

The food pantry at Roser Church is the one place on Anna Maria Island where people experiencing financial hardship can come to receive free groceries. Volunteers are needed for May 2022 through April 2023 to help with sorting and organizing donated products. Volunteers are asked to cover on Monday and Wednesday from 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM for a specific week. The schedule is flexible and volunteers can choose dates best for them. If interested please let us know by completing the form below or call the church office at 941-778-0414.

Anna Maria Elementary

From Fall Festivals to Literacy Night to Peace Day – this beloved little school by the bay is a pillar of our Anna Maria community. The AME PTO does a great job of organizing so many special events for local students and they’re often looking for more support and eager volunteers: Be sure to fill out a District Volunteer form and confirm with the AME PTO website.

The Center of AMI

The Center of Anna Maria is focusing on the talents and skills of our community members and reaching out for your support. The Center’s goal is to offer effective training, offer interesting and meaningful work, provide a place for social connections to make new friends, and hopefully be a place to learn something new. For more information or if interested in volunteering please contact Jillian Ptak at customerservice@centerami.org, (941) 778-1908.


Keep Manatee Beautiful

Keep Manatee Beautiful brings together volunteers, businesses, and local governments to provide grassroots solutions to littering, illegal dumping, solid waste disposal, recycling, and beautification. All are welcome to help Keep Manatee Beautiful! Check out their events calendar for upcoming dates.

Toys for Tots and Santa Paws

These two causes are very near and dear to the hearts of our team and ones we look forward to year-after-year. Donating to Toys for Tots or Santa Paws is a tangible and trusted way to make a genuine difference this holiday season. The best part? Both our Ellenton and Anna Maria offices are drop-off spots for these causes! Stop on by with an unwrapped gift to either of our offices and we’d be thrilled to pass it on to those who need it most.



Our A Paradise team prioritizes taking part in fun events for great causes. If you’d like to join us for the latest and greatest charitable events, be sure to follow us on Facebook for updates!

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Family-Friendly Halloween Activities Near Anna Maria

Fall is upon us and although our tropical temperatures aren’t always the easiest giveaway to welcome the typically crisp season, Autumnal plans are fully underway here in the Anna Maria Island and Bradenton area. You can always do some DIY decorations to have a little bit of spooky fun, or make some plans to attend some community events!

There are many fun things to do this month so make the most of it because before you know it, the busy Holiday Season will be upon us! Here’s what’s going on in October on Anna Maria Island for all-ages:


Hunsader Farms Pumpkin Festival: Weekends in October

Hunsader Farms in Bradenton, Florida, hosts its annual Pumpkin Festival every October. Floridians can flock to the farm for three weekends and enjoy fall festivities such as a pumpkin patch, a corn maze, and hayrides. The festival includes exciting shows, live music, festive displays, a petting zoo, a pumpkin cannon, and a chainsaw sculptor. There really is so much to see at this storied annual event.

Information and directions HERE.

Anna Maria Elementary Fall Festival: October 22nd

The annual Anna Maria Elementary (AME) Fall Festival is an island Autumn staple, hosted by the AME PTO. From 4pm – 9pm at The Center on AMI (407 Magnolia Ave) on Saturday, October 22nd. There will be plenty of food, games, interactive fun for the kids, a haunted house and a good old-fashioned bake sale. This event is open to the public and they would love for all children to attend!

Trail of Treats: October 31st

Trick or Treat

The best way to start off your trick-or-treating night is at the Trail of Treats hosted by the Chamber of Commerce. The Trail of Treats has been an Anna Maria tradition for years, drawing locals and visitors from miles around. This family-friendly event is perfect for everyone from the youngest trick-or-treaters to the parents and grandparents as well. All visitors are welcome to wear their costumes and collect as much candy as they can.

Businesses contact the Chamber a couple of months before Halloween, and then the Chamber of Commerce releases a flyer with the participating businesses. There are participating businesses in all three cities on Anna Maria Island, and each business is in a safe and secure location so you don’t have to worry about your young kids running all over town to collect treats. Check-in at the chamber on October 31st at 3:30 p.m. for the costume contest (kids 0 – 12) and begin trick or treating at participating businesses around the island. It ends at 8:00 p.m.

Howl-O-Scream: Continuous, Special Dates

For our older readers and very brave souls: Venture to Tampa for this famously frightening event! Busch Gardens Howl-O-Scream returns in full force, taking over the entire park with haunted houses, scare zones, sinister shows and more. Horror lives in every dark corner, including on Busch Gardens’ pulse-pounding thrill rides. Howl-O-Scream is bringing fear to the next level. Info and tickets HERE.

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The Ultimate Hurricane Season Checklist

This hurricane season has certainly kept us on our toes to say the very least. While we are especially grateful for our safety and the strength of this area, it’s always important to take the time to prepare for the next potential storm. While we’re on the tail-end of hurricane season here in Florida, we’ve compiled some lists to make sure we stay ready for whatever comes next.

While preparing your home to protect against hurricane damage is undoubtedly an expense, you can do it in stages. It’s also something that our trusted maintenance and property management teams would love to help you with.

Things to check at your property:

  • Cut weak branches and trees that could fall on your house and keep shrubbery trimmed.
  • Replace gravel or rock landscaping materials with a fire-resistant material which is lighter and won’t cause as much harm.
  • Install storm shutters to protect your windows from breakage. Alternately, fit plywood panels to your windows, which can be nailed to window frames when a storm approaches.
  • Make sure exterior doors are hurricane proof and have at least three hinges and a dead bolt lock that is at least one inch long.
  • Sliding glass doors should be made of tempered glass and, during a storm, covered with shutters or plywood. These types of doors are more vulnerable to wind damage than most other doors.
  • Always make sure your roof is in tip-top shape to protect from wind and debris.
  • If you live in a mobile home, make sure you know how to secure it against high winds and be sure to review your mobile home insurance policy.
  • If you have a boat on a trailer, know how to anchor the trailer to the ground or house—and review your boat insurance policy.

Things to store in your at-home hurricane kit:

  • Water: one gallon of water per person per day for at least three days, for drinking and sanitation
  • Food: at least a three-day supply of non-perishable items
  • First aid kit
  • Flashlight and extra batteries
  • Whistle
  • Cash
  • Moist towelettes, garbage bags, and plastic bags
  • Cleaning materials
  • Wrench or pliers to turn off utilities
  • Can opener for food (if your kit contains canned food)
  • Pet food and extra water for your pet
  • Important family documents such as copies of insurance policies, identification, and bank account records in a waterproof, portable container.
  • Change of clothes and blanket

Things to pick up to make a Hurricane cocktail (optional):

  • 2 ounces light rum
  • 2 ounces dark rum
  • 1 ounce lime juice
  • 1 ounce orange juice
  • 1/2 ounce passion fruit puree
  • 1/2 ounce simple syrup
  • 1 teaspoon grenadine

Add the light and dark rums, lime and orange juices, passion fruit puree, simple syrup and grenadine into a shaker with ice and shake until well-chilled.
Strain into a large Hurricane glass over fresh ice.
Garnish as desired.


We had to throw in that cocktail recipe at the end for our legal and responsible-drinking readers because in the midst of hurricane season, things can get stressful! You deserve to relax. Whether that’s sipping a delicious Hurricane cocktail, walking our beautiful beaches, or booking a staycation, we hope you get everything settled and find some peace of mind here in paradise. We are grateful to share it with you!

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Turtle Watch

4th Annual Turtle Watch Wednesday, September 28, 2022

Mark your calendars! It’s almost time for our favorite charity event of the year: Turtle Watch Wednesday. Our neighbors and partners at Hurricane Hank’s will be hosting this important event with us for the 4th year in a row — Hoping to increase impact, raise funds, and gather our wonderful community for a truly worthy local cause, Anna Maria Island Turtle Watch & Shorebird Monitoring. Their important work helps ensure the safety of our local sea turtles, and continued education about these vital parts of our ecosystem. 

There is always delicious food, great drinks, awesome music, a 50/50 raffle and auction items you will love. Of course, we will have our signature YETI Cooler filled with Cheer. Bob Slicker from Slicker’s Eatery will be hosting the large live auction where all proceeds go to the Anna Maria Island Turtle Watch & Shorebird Monitoring organization. Not to mention it’s a great opportunity to spend some time with many people from the Island community, all for a good cause.

Attendance is free and all are welcome:

Wednesday, September 28th 2022  from 4-6pm at Hurricane Hanks (5346 Gulf Dr., Holmes Beach, Fl.  34217).

Turtle Watch

The first 75 guests will be greeted by one of the A Paradise team with a drink ticket for a complimentary wine or beer of their choice. Hurricane Hanks will offer 25% off appetizers. 

There are also limited VIP tickets available so act fast to snag one for a really great upgrade before they run out! These special VIP tickets get you a reserved seat inside Hurricane Hanks, a swag bag filled with local goodies, a FREE Drink ticket, Turtle Watch t-shirt, coupons, surprises and more just for $75 each. Contact Barbara for reservations.

Phone: 404-275-9422

Email: snqqpy24@aol.com

A Paradise Realty and Vacation Rentals and Hurricane Hanks are delighted to partner with some other great local sponsors including CabanUp, Florida Underwater Sports, Harbor Lane Court Vacation Rentals, Mike Sales Entertainment, and The Sun Newspaper! Plus, lots of great raffle items through the generosity from other friends and partners. All to ensure this local-favorite event is bigger, better, and more impactful than ever. We can’t wait to see you there!

Photos from Visit A Paradise Realty

Lifeguard Flag

Anna Maria Water Safety and Lifeguard Flag Meanings

One of the best parts about our beautiful Anna Maria Island beaches and serene shoreline on the Gulf of Mexico is our typically crystal-clear and calm waters. There are normally very few overwhelming waves or dangerous water conditions on a day-to-day basis, and you can often let your worries wash away in the saltwater. It’s what helps make the Gulf Coast area our paradise!

Lifeguard Flag

However, it’s important to note that it is still the great outdoors! Wildlife, currents, and extreme weather conditions are always possible. We want to help give your family peace of mind before jumping in (or, we recommend stringray-shuffling in) so it’s paramount that you stay informed on the latest water safety recommendations and keep your eyes peeled for the beach flag warning system. Especially if you’re staying at one of our Anna Maria or Longboat Key beachfront properties, you’ll want to keep this guide handy so you can rest assured you’re prepared and following updated local guidelines.

The safety and enjoyment of Florida’s public beaches are affected by changes in tide and surf conditions. Florida has an official beach flag warning system that uses colored flags to explain the current conditions at any public beach. Look at the lifeguard stands (most visible at the public beach right as you enter AMI) to display what you can expect on any day.

A DOUBLE RED FLAG: The water is CLOSED to the public. No swimming or wading allowed and all water activity (surfing, paddle boarding) is prohibited.

RED FLAG: High Hazard. Likely there is a high surf and/or strong currents. Even being knee deep in the surf is too dangerous.

YELLOW FLAG: Medium Hazard. Moderate surf and strong currents may be dangerous for some.

GREEN FLAG: Low Hazard with calm conditions yet it’s always smart to exercise caution.

Lifeguard Flag

There is no colored flag specifically for inclement weather such as lightning and rain. Use good judgement and remember if you hear thunder then you are too close to a potential lightning strike so take cover and stay out of the water.

It’s also very important to note: The beach flags provide general warnings about overall surf conditions but do not specifically advise the public of the presence of rip currents. Increased awareness of natural conditions that pose a significant risk at the beach, such as rip currents, is a critical element to improve public safety. Check for signage warning of rip currents in areas known to be potentially dangerous. Especially keep your eyes on your little ones, those who may be less strong swimmers, and always use a buddy system.

Lifeguard Flag

Now that you can confidently head to the beach with the knowledge to keep your family water-safe according to Florida regulations, put on that reef-safe SPF, and enjoy! We are confident your beach vacation to Anna Maria beaches will be blissful.

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Holmes Beach Office

On Anna Maria Island
5201 Gulf Drive
Holmes Beach, Florida 34217
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945 25th Drive East
Ellenton, Florida 34222

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