Culture & Travel

14 January 2021
America’s Most Perfect Coast: St. Pete Beach

Today, we are heading towards America’s second most beautiful beach according to traveler comments on Tripadvisor in 2020. St. Pete Beach is a coastal city in Pinellas County, Florida and is on many lists as one of the most touristic destinations each year. 

We should mention that St. Pete is only one of the many beaches on the coastline. There are many beaches (each more beautiful than the next) and various theme parks on this coastline. Other attractions on this coast can be listed as:

• Honeymoon Island State Park

• Caladesi Island State Park

• Clearwater Beach

• Sand Key

• Belleair Beach

• Indian Shores & Indian Rocks Beach

• North Redington Beach & Redington Shores

• Madeira Beach

• Treasure Island

• Pass-A-Grille Beach

• Shell Key, Fort De Soto Park & Egmont Key

The coast’s name used to be St. Petersburg but on March 9th, 1994, the locals voted to change it to St. Pete. St. Pete Beach is remarkably close to Corey Avenue, the city center. There are many shops, various restaurants, and popular bars on the main street. The Dalí (Salvador Dalí Museum) is a sight to behold and it is closeby. We suggest you stop by and spend time in the city center. It goes without saying that the region is famous for its night-life. 

Another point on your to-do list must be watching the sunset at Level 11 Rooftop Artisan Bistro Bar. You must certainly witness the redness of the setting sun reflecting on white sands and the turquoise ocean. 


St. Pete Beach is one of the most untouched locations in the Clearwater region, and the beach offers many water sports activity opportunities including parasailing, paddleboarding, windsurfing, and kitesurfing. St. Pete Beach is a perfect coastline waiting for you with all its beauties to spend an impeccable day on the white sands. 

With a local population of 10,000 people, St. Pete is a famous vacation spot for many American, Canadian, and European tourists, with many more dreaming about spending the summer on Florida shores.