John’s Pass at Madeira Beach   This quaint turn-of-the-century fishing village is Pinellas County’s #1 tourist attraction. Over one hundred merchants inhabit the Village with unique retail shopping, a variety of restaurants, the local fishing fleet, cruise lines, boat rentals, parasailing and jet skiing.

Madeira Beach Main Web Site  Find out what’s happening around Madeira Beach.

The Wine Cellar Restaurant    Banquet Facility and Fine Catering is centrally located between Clearwater and St. Petersburg Beach, in beautiful North Redington Beach Florida.

Busch Gardens Africa in Tampa    Great place to take the whole family.

The Saint Petersburg Pier    Come visit one of the area’s favorite places.

The Beacon   Tampabay Newspapers   Flood Insurance web site  This is a link to the Madeira Beach Future Use Plan PDF. It outlines the plans the County and City have for redeveloping and improving the greater Madiera Beach area. Kayak Eco-tours: Enjoy guided kayak trips through Tampa Bay’s pristine waterways. See dolphins, manatees, birds, and plants indiginous to this area.

Egmont key: Spend the day exploring this historical tropical island. Visit the ruins of the Spanish fort, walk along the beach collecting shells, or enjoy snorkeling in the warm waters of the gulf of Mexico.

SCUBA: Cleawater, Florida, SCUBA diving at its best! Enjoy a day of scuba diving in the beautiful Gulf of Mexico aboard the Sea Fox.

The Pinellas Trail: a 47 mile greenway corridor linking some of Pinellas County’s most picturesque parks, scenic coastal areas and residential neiborhoods. Biking, hiking, or skating, outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy deep glades of ancient live oaks trailing Spanish moss, quiet waterways, and tidal streams with all varieties of land and water birds.

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