There are so many places and things to see and do when on vacation at Clearwater Beach. Here we made a list of our favorite things to see and do, while enjoying your vacation.
The list is in no particular order.
1. Sea Screamer
25 Causeway Blvd Slip 15
Clearwater, FL 33767-
Website: Sea Screamer
The Sea Screamer is one of Clearwater’s most exciting family attraction – fun and safe for all ages. Guaranteed dolphin sighting or ride again FREE. A Thrill Ride. A Celebrity Tour. It’s three cruises for the price of one!
2. Charter Boat Two C’s II
25 Causeway Blvd. Slip #27
Clearwater Beach, FL 33767
Phone: (727) 797-0784
Website: Charter Boat Two C’s II
Whatever fishing trip is your preference, we have the BEST Clearwater Beach Fishing Charter for you. No experience is necessary, we will teach you everything. We offer 4, 6, 8 hour day trips and Will show you a great time while WE CATCH FISH!
3. Captain Memo’s Pirate Cruise
25 Causeway Blvd Slip #3
Clearwater, FL 33767-
Website: Captain Memo’s Pirate Cruise
Sail away with Captain Memo’s Pirate Cruise the jewel of sunny Clearwater Beach, Florida. The perfect family activity, Captain Memo’s Pirate Cruise sets sail for the briny deep with a cast full of mischievous and fun pirates serving as your crew for the voyage.
4. The Belleview Biltmore Golf Club
1501 Indian Rocks Road
Belleair, FL 33756
Website: Belleview Biltmore Golf Club
The Belleview Biltmore Golf Club features 18-championship holes of golf. Designed by world-famous architect Donald Ross, our course has been a classic American favorite since 1925. An outstanding golf course and a fun atmosphere ensure that you cannot find a better golf experience in all of Florida.
5. Sunsets at Pier 60 Daily Festival
10 Pier 60 Drive
Clearwater Beach, FL 33767-
Website: Sunsets at Pier 60 Daily Festival
Sunsets at Pier 60 Daily Festival on Clearwater Beach operates 364 days a year from two hours before until two hours after sunset, weather permitting. The nightly sunset celebration features artisans, crafters, street performers, and our world famous Pier 60 sunsets.
6. Exploring St. Pete/Clearwater By Bike
Enjoy a 90-second trip down the Pinellas Trail, a 38-mile continuous bike path, which stretches from downtown St. Petersburg up to Tarpon Springs, cutting through great small towns and brilliant nature.
Dining out at a popular fish house, tiki bar, or upscale restaurant right on the water. From laid back beach bars along the gulf beaches to downtown St. Pete restaurants with a view of Tampa Bay, you’ll be spoiled for choice at these restuarants serving up delicious dishes along with stunning water views.I wanted to share with you some of the great eating establishments that are located within walking distance to the condo or just a short drive away.
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