Nestled between the Gulf of Mexico and Sarasota Bay, Lido Key and its buddies Longboat Key and St. Armand’s Key are ideal for the perfect island getaway. Lido Key offers both the desired seclusion with a variety of activities close by on St. Armand’s and Sarasota. The ten mile long island of Lido Key attracts visitors from all over the world, and the Lido Key rental homes, condos, cottages and villas do not disappoint. Keep it real, or go upscale, the choice is yours. Start with location: North Lido Beach, Lido Beach or South Lido Park. Each of these locales boasts something a bit unique from the others.
All Lido Key rental properties come fully furnished, with complete kitchens and linen service. Choose from amenities to suit your style: designer decor, gourmet kitchens, private pools and hot tubs, wireless internet and high def television, private patios with amazing views. Let the professionals that list on this site help you make all the right choices. It is imperative that you go with a reputable rental management company in order to create that near-flawless vacation you desire. Once you’ve made the decision to make Lido Key your destination, find your Lido Key vacation rentals as soon as possible, as other travelers are also making the smart decision to come here also.
No matter where you choose to stay, white sand beaches join up with bright blue water and rest quietly nearby, awaiting your arrival. The natural beauty and always interesting flora and fauna that surround you will make it hard to want to do anything except relax and enjoy. South Lido Park offers view creatures both land and sea, and your chance to take pick of four different bodies of water including Big Pass, Sarasota Bay, Brushy Bay and the Gulf of Mexico. Lido Beach is more public, and of course more crowded, but still fun.
For more privacy, head to North Lido Beach. You will find that even though this is a popular resort area, nature is well protected by local laws. You can view even more of the west coast Florida nature and marine life at the South Park Nature center and Mote’s Aquarium. Kids and adults alike love the “Touch Tank” where you can hang out, in a way, with various sea dwellers. Boaters are drawn to Lido Key because of its easy access to the Gulf of Mexico and the protected areas of the Inter-coastal Waterway. As you might guess, fishing is abundant.
While Lido Key is quiet and leisurely, the activities are numerous and close by. There’s even a stellar choice of cultural activities, from film festivals to dance competitions, wine tastings to educational exhibits. Head over to St. Armand’s Circle and power shop or browse through more than 130 stores, galleries, restaurants and boutiques. Keep it casual with a beachcombing party and a pub crawl. Whether you want a luxurious getaway with a special someone or a casual beach vacation with the family, Lido Key vacation rental homes, condos or cottages can suit your needs, and sand surf to keep you coming back year after year.