Siesta Key Weddings

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Siesta Key Weddings

Siesta Key Weddings is by far the most popular location for a beach wedding in Sarasota.  With its white sandy beaches, and turquoise water this is truly a great location. Named several times as America's #1 beach, you can see why so many people visit this area.


Siesta Key is a barrier island that is approximately eight miles long.  This crescent shaped island consists of Siesta Key Village, Siesta Key, Crescent Beach, and Turtle Beach.   Siesta Village has some great restaurants and shops, and is located on the North end of the island.  Crescent Beach is just to the South of Siesta and is comprised of some hotels and many private homes and condos.  Further South in Turtle Beach, a man-made beach with quieter sunset views and parking availability.


For accommodations, there are several rental homes, condominiums and a few hotels around the island.  With the beach being the center attraction, this is also home to great fishing charters, large volleyball tournaments, as well as local concerts and events.  


Siesta Key's sand is basically made up of quartz crushed into the pure white powdery sand.  That what makes this beach so unique -- the sand is always cool to the touch, even during the summer months.  


Siesta Key is located in Sarasota County, which has its own international airport -- very convenient for your arrival.  With Orlando being a short drive away, you can have your peaceful beach days, and then drive over to Orlando to enjoy all the attractions.


When choosing us for your Siesta Key Beach Wedding, we will provide you with a list of local recommendations so you can keep your guests informed, and taken care of.


Our top accommodations specialist is Dave Pilkey at siestakey.com.  Whether you want a condominium for two for the an elopement getaway, or a large home for your family, the staff at Tropical Sands Accommodations has the right property for you!​​

Siesta Key Beach Location for your Florida beach wedding ceremony