Sarasota Beaches

One of the county's main draws for residents and tourists are Sarasota's magnificent beaches. There is a vast selection. They are all conveniently accessible with 35 miles of beaches.

Legacy Trail

A recreational route for jogging, biking, and strolling, the Legacy Trail is a community asset.

Mote Marine Laboratory & Aquarium

Through interactive displays that use cutting-edge technology, viewable working labs, and touch pools, Mote Aquarium allows visitors to discover the mysteries of the sea.

Sarasota Opera

With more than ten theatres, a State Art Museum, and a professional ballet, opera, and symphony, Sarasota County is known as Florida's cultural coast.

Marie Selby Botanical Gardens

Selby Gardens is a tropical urban paradise that connects people to local nature and local history. It is situated on the banks of lovely Sarasota Bay.

Siesta Key Rum

Using only the best ingredients and hands, Siesta Key Rum is meticulously made by hand in small volumes.

Big Cat Habitat and Gulf Coast Sanctuary

The organization's goal is to give domestic and exotic animals a permanent, secure, and loving home.

The Ringling

Ringling is a state art museum of Florida. The iconic Ca'd'Zan Mansion, Bayfront Gardens, the art library, two museums dedicated to circuses, and the iconic Asolo Theatre are all located there.

Ca d'Zan

With its exquisite, stunning property and Venetian Gothic-style building, Ca' d'Zan enchants guests in Florida's Sarasota Bay.

Myakka River State Park

One of the largest and oldest state parks is Myakka River State Park. It's a terrific location for kayaking, camping, and amazing wildlife.

St. Armands Circle

St. Armand is a very unique place in terms of idea, history, and environment. It is tucked between the glistening seas of Sarasota Bay and the Gulf of Mexico.