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TAMPA BAY WATERFRONT MAP Pinellas Pasco Hillsborough Counties

ON THE MAP TO YOUR RIGHT - Notice that Pinellas County is a peninsula surrounded by water on 3 sides. To the west and south is the Gulf of Mexico and to the east a body of water called Tampa Bay which separates Pinellas County from Hillsborough County (Tampa Area)

3 bridges connect the 2 counties over the Tampa Bay waterway for quick access to downtown Tampa and Tampa International Airport. Popular Beaches run from Dunedin to St Pete Beach

From Clearwater Beach > all the way down to Gulfport you can see a strip of land that runs the entire length. To the right is the intracoastal waterway. The intracoastal has 3 outlets for boaters to get to the Gulf. One at Clearwater, Sand Key, another at Johns Pass in Madeira Beach and one below Pass-A-Grille.

Many properties on the intercoastal have boat slips that are included in the sale or for rent or community use. Only a limited number of homes directly on the Gulf of Mexico beaches have boating access directly from the homes, except for wave runners or small boats that can be pulled across the beach. Some homes have views of the Gulf and some are directly on the beach such as Belleair Beach, Indian Rocks Beach and Clearwater Beach. Some are across the street with access to the Beach being a short walk across Gulf Blvd. Tierra Verde is on the Gulf waters but lacks a sandy beach. The entire Pinellas peninsula is fully developed with numerous shopping malls, restaurants, theatres...etc.

To the right side of the Pinellas map> The open water is called Tampa Bay.
Waterfront Real estate on that coast line has direct boating access to the Gulf of Mexico by going under the Sunshine Skyway Bridge to the right of Tierra Verde on the map.>

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Popular Pinellas County Florida Beaches

Fort De Soto Park - is just a few miles south of Tierra Verde. It consists of 900 unspoiled acres, seven miles of beaches, two fishing piers, biking and skating trails, picnic shelters and camping areas directly on the Gulf of Mexico. A fort built during the Spanish-American War is located on Mullet Key, the largest of the five islands Fort De Soto is rated one of the top ten best beaches in the United States in a national study.

Clearwater Beach - is the most popular of all the area’s many beaches. Clearwater Beach offers just about every water and beach activity imaginable. The Clearwater Marine Aquarium on Island Estates cares for and recuperates injured sea life. "Winter the Dolphin" was the subject of a movie called Dolphin Tale.

Sand Key Park - is a 90-acre county park featuring a white sandy beach rated among the top 20 beaches in the U.S. located just south of Clearwater Beach.

Maderia Beach -  is home to fresh fish famous John’s Pass with numerous restaurants indoors and outdoors. The John’s Pass Village & Boardwalk offers commercial and charter fishing as well as casino and sightseeing cruises. Fish from several public piers. Johns Pass is a social ground and nursery for bottlenose dolphins.

Treasure Island - is one of the widest beaches in the area. Located just south of famous Johns Pass. You'll There are three public boat ramps and a marina.

St. Pete Beach - is a barrier island near the southern tip of Pinellas County. Find a wide assortment of water sports including wave runners, scuba diving, fishing, parasailing and more.

Pass-A-Grille Beach
- the first established town on Florida’s West coast barrier islands and is a registered National Historic District. The area on the southern tip of St. Pete Beach has no condominiums or "high-rise" buildings.

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