Our rental unit offers everything from a stunning view of the Gulf of Mexico to a private stroll along Turtle Beach. We also offer the advantages of being so close to the many attractions offered in the Sarasota area - Florida's cultural capitol! Fly into Tampa - 1 hour drive; fly into Orlando - 2 hour drive. Fisherman's Cove offers the best shelling beaches in Florida. You can also spy sea turtles and manatees.
Here are some of the many area attractions you can easily go visit while staying in Sarasota!
This 300-acre African theme park is the best natural setting zoo in the world, it also offers a large amusement park.
Busch Gardens Web Site
Swim with dolphins, Sting Rays and Tropical Fish. Snorkel through colorful reefs and down a tropical river.
Discovery Cove Web Site
Gamble Plantation Mansion
See the state historic site of Major Robert Gamble's sugar plantation. Some features are a Southern ante-bellum mansion with period furniture.
Gamble Plantation Web Site
Historic Spanish Point
A 30-acre historical, archaeological and environmental museum owned and operated by the Gulf Coast Heritage Association. The site faces beautiful Little Sarasota Bay in Osprey, Florida.
Historic Spanish Point
Islands of Adventure
Journey through Marvel Super Hero Island, Toon Lagoon, Jurassic Park, Lost Continent, and Seuss Landing.
Islands of Adventure Web Site
Lake Manatee State Park
Explore this 566-acre state park with freshwater swimming, fishing, canoeing, camping, and hiking. Launch your boat, picnic, watch wildlife or just relax.
Lake Manatee Web Site
Mote Marine Aquarium
Visit shark, manatee and sea turtle exhibits. Explore the touch tank's stingray and horseshoe crab. Eco-tours of Sarasota bay also available.
Marine Aquarium Web Site
Myakka River State Park
Florida's largest park has 29,000 acres of fishing, canoeing, hiking, camping, airboat tours and hundreds of plant and animal species.
Myakka River Web Site
Oscar Scherer State Park
A 1,384-acre paradise of pine and scrub woodlands offers swimming, fishing, picnicking, hiking, bicycling, canoeing, camping, and bird watching.
Oscar Scherer Web Site
Pelican Bird Sanctuary
See 55 different bird species: owls, hawks, iguanas, pelicans and more. Enjoy close-up animal encounters with over 200 birds daily. It's inspiring!
Bird Sanctuary Web Site
Ringling Museum of Art
Visit a world-renowned collection of baroque art, the Circus Museum, and Ringling's Venetian palace-style mansion Ca' d' Zan.
Ringling Museum Web Site
Rolling white-sand beaches and sparkling azure waters combine with a sophistication and charm to make Sarasota the gem of Florida’s Gulf Coast.
Sarasota Web Site
Sarasota Car Museum
60,000 square foot facility on 4 acres of land near The Ringling Museum of Art and Asolo Theater. Sarasota Ballet Company is there too.
Sarasota is a golfer's dream with more than 30 courses sprinkled throughout the county, challenging all levels of play and budgets.
Golf Web Site
Sarasota Jungle Gardens
Explore 10 lush tropical acres of winding trails, impressive gardens, petting zoo, and shell museum. See Florida birds, animals and reptiles too.
Jungle Gardens Web Site
Dolphin, Shark, and penguin encounters, killer whales, deep-sea voyage and a 3-acre child’s play area.
Sea World Web Site
Selby Botanical Gardens
This tropical oasis on Sarasota Bay offers a magnificent display of rare orchids, bromeliads, bamboo and other exotic plant species.
Botanical Gardens Web Site
Three Florida Attractions
South Florida Museum, Bishop Planetarium, and Parker Manatee Aquarium are all located at 201 10th Street in West Braden, Florida. Come and enjoy all three.
Florida Attractions Web Site
Near I-4, 10 miles west of Orlando. A working movie and T.V. studio with entertainment-themed attractions
Universal Studios Web Site
Walt Disney World
North of I-4 at Lake Buena Vista
Epcot Center, Magic Kingdom, Disney-MGM Studios, Disney's Animal Kingdom
Disney World Web Site