Siesta Key Village

Shops - Cafes - Restaurants - Bars

While Siesta Key Village plays host to many festivals, such as Siesta Fiesta and activities like dining and art shows, held here during ‘season,’ the main reason for visiting "The Village" is for shopping, dining or partying.

But you can go just to meander and enjoy the atmosphere, too. That's free! It covers just several blocks on both street sides.

With about 100 stores, cafes, and fun points of interest, you’ll find exploring in the village a relaxing and fun adventure.

It's a small enough area so that it's not an overwhelming exploration experience, but one that can feel "homey," especially if it's a second or third visit.

If you're able, it's a nice atmosphere for a walk, stopping in at, perhaps, one of the watering holes that you may cross paths with for a cool, quenching beverage; SKOB (Siesta Key Oyster Bar), Gilligan's, The Daiquiri Dec, just to name a few.

Filled with small boutiques, shops, restaurants and bars, make sure to bring comfortable walking shoes because you’ll surely wear out some shoe leather here.

Siesta Key Village is not overly large, so it's quite possible to navigate all of it on foot, if you are the healthy type.

Siesta Key Village
Siesta Key Village Florida
Siesta Key Village Ocean Blvd
Siesta Key Village Shops

Come on and take a FREE RIDE!
Free Trolley Service will be available on Siesta Key from Siesta Key Village on the north to Turtle Beach on the south. In 2017 it is starting out as a pilot program and the open-air trolley called "Siesta Key Breeze" will be available every half hour from 8 a.m. to midnight starting March 20, 2017 and continuing through September, 2017. From 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. service is to be available every 20 minutes. It will start at Turtle Beach, proceeding north to the village, turning on Calle De La Siesta (No. 7 Beach Public Access) and Canal Road, heading southbound through the village and returning to Turtle Beach. Passengers can pick up the circulator at all bus stops located along Beach Road. There will be an emblem of a trolley on each bus sign indicating where the service will stop. South of Midnight Pass Road, passengers can flag stop the vehicle and it will stop at the safest location. Three trolley's will be in operation between Siesta Key Village and Turtle Beach in hopes of lightening the amount of traffic on Siesta Key. If successful the program could return the following season in 2018.

There are lots of fun little shops with knick-knacks and souvenirs, tennis or surf gear and swimsuits, places to buy film and sunscreen, a hat or t-shirt that says Siesta Key on it, or snorkeling gear or sea shells or postcards or a gift...well, you get the idea.

The Daiquiri Deck on Siesta Key
Gilligans Bar in Siesta Key Village Florida

If you’re looking for fun you’ll want to spend some time hanging out in the Village of Siesta Key for an afternoon or evening.

And if you're lucky enough to be in the area during one of the festivals there's no better place to attend an outdoor event.The last big event of the season, Siesta Fiesta, is hosted here.

The Beach Club in Siesta Key Village on Siesta Key Sarasota Florida

Directions and Location: From the mainland: take Rt. 41 to Stickney Point Road and head west over the bridge. Turn right and follow Midnight Pass Road until it turns into Beach Road. Follow Beach Road until it turns into Ocean Boulevard.

From Siesta Key Public Beach simply follow Beach Road northwest until it turns into Ocean Boulevard. The Village is located northwest of Siesta Public Beach on Ocean Boulevard and parking is free along the curbside and there’s a free public parking lot as well.

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