St. Pete Beach
St. Pete Beach has a permanent population of about 10,000 residents, but is also a popular winter residence for people living in other parts of the United States, Canada and Europe. Nearly 28 percent of the total residential homes and condominiums in St. Pete Beach are owned by people claiming primary residence elsewhere, reflecting a high volume of seasonal visitors.
Voted TripAdvisor’s No. 3 beach in the U.S. in 2017. Saint Pete Beach is located west of the Intracoastal waterways and Boca Ciega Bay are to the east. St Pete Beach town center has many bars, restaurants, galleries and specialty shops to enjoy. The landmark Don CeSar is one of the most popular beach resorts, known as the Pink Palace. St Pete Beach include the longest undeveloped stretch of public beach in the county at Pass-a-Grille Beach.
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