When tourists want a place to unwind, there is no better place than Siesta Key. Nothing says “take it easy” like the sight of the whitest sands in Florida and the calm blue-green waters of the Gulf. This faraway tropical paradise is really not far at all, since it is so easy to get to by plane or car. Once visitors arrive in Siesta Key, there is nothing that they have to do but relax. Whether visitors want a cozy cottage, a beachfront condo, or a 5-star resort, Siesta Key vacation home rentals offer something for everyone.
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Every night, the Gulf of Mexico will offer up a sunset sure to put busy minds at ease. By day, visitors can rest on their beach lounger and soak in the sun or just sit by the pool and let someone else do the worrying. The long days offer time to read a book or a magazine without interruption. Visitors can take a walk along the shore and dig their toes in the soft sand. The ocean breezes will cool them off or they can take a dip in the clear, calm waters of the Gulf.
If the stress of relaxing outdoors gets to be too much, visitors can simply relax indoors in Siesta Key rental properties. Visitors can choose a rental with all the comforts of home or choose one with the extra comforts of an excellent hotel. Siesta Village offers plenty of restaurants and bars. Tourists could eat at a different place for every meal, or save a bit of money and cook in their rental kitchen.
Many visitors prefer to be more active when they relax. They find that the Gulf offers many no-stress adventures. Some take a dolphin cruise for an opportunity to see the friendly dolphins up close. Others may take a sunset cruise to enjoy the water at dusk or head into nearby Sarasota and enjoy a world-class art museum. All enjoy making their own schedule without any thoughts of work. When visitors are tired, they can head back to their comfortable Siesta Key vacation home rentals.
For some, relaxing includes time playing a favorite sport. Siesta Key offers many opportunities including tennis, beach volleyball, biking and fishing. Some visitors kayak the river marshes and discover the natural side of this beautiful barrier island. Some go deep sea fishing on a charter boat. The bravest go parasailing. Adventuresome visitors rent a jet ski. Others rent a sailing charter. Many play a round or two of golf. By the time a Siesta Key vacation ends, visitors are sure to feel happier and more relaxed.
Samantha Wideman is part of a team of writers and specializes in writing about current news events.