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Part of a string of barrier islands that extends southward from Anna Maria Island to the Florida Keys, the Sarasota barrier islands of Longboat Key, Lido Key, Siesta Key, Casey Key and Manasota Key each have their own unique character and lifestyle and feature some of the areas most distinctive properties.  Sarasota’s extensive waterways also harbor other island communities.

Bird Key
Bird Key is located off the John Ringling causeway between downtown Sarasota and Lido Key. This exclusive gated community is a boater’s paradise with deepwater canals and a private yacht club.  Its 510 homes include spectacular bayfront estates, some owned by celebrities.

Casey Key
Nearly every home has a view of the Gulf on this narrow, secluded island located south of Siesta Key between the Gulf of Mexico and Blackburn Bay.  One of Florida’s most prestigious addresses, Casey Key consists almost entirely of single-family homes and offers unparalleled privacy, un-crowded beaches and some of Sarasota’s most exceptional properties.

Lido Key
Lido Key is located just west of downtown Sarasota via the John Ringling Bridge.  It is also accessible by bridge to Longboat Key to the north.  South Lido Park, a 100-acre natural waterfront park; and Lido Public Beach.  The Gulf, Bay and Sarasota skyline provide spectacular views for luxury condominiums and upscale homes.

St. Armands Key
Known for St. Armands Circle, a world-renowned shopping and dining destination this area also attracts numerous cultural event. 

Longboat Key
The northernmost of the Sarasota barrier islands, Longboat Key is located half in Manatee County and half in Sarasota County.  The 11-mile island paradise is connected by bridge to Anna Maria Island to the north and Lido Key to the south.  Home of world-class golf and tennis resorts, Longboat Key is a wonderland of manicured fairways and opulent highrise condominiums lining the Gulf of Mexico. 

Manasota Key
The southernmost island in Sarasota County, quaint Manasota Key has no highrise buildings or traffic lights.  It is accessible by two bridges, one in Sarasota County and one in Charlotte County.  A two-lane, canopied road runs the length of the key with properties on both sides, many of them spanning both the bayfront and gulf-front.  Pristine beaches include a state park and wildlife sanctuary on the far south end of the key.

Siesta Key
Home of the “world’s whitest sand beach,” Siesta Key is an eight-mile island connected to the mainland by two bridges. The feel of an Old Florida tropical island is enhanced with mature trees, lush foliage and flowering plants. A mix of residential options range from waterfront homes and mid-rise condominiums to quaint beach cottages.




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