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Siesta Key Village

Sarasota, FL
+1 941-349-1188
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Great place to spend some time

We absolutely love visiting Siesta Key and often bring out of town guests to check out the... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Sarasota, Florida
Laid back experience

We have been vacationing on Siesta Key for 30 years and always go down to the village. Lot of... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Perrysburg, Ohio
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Reviewed yesterday

We absolutely love visiting Siesta Key and often bring out of town guests to check out the 'Village'. It is a great place to eat and shop. You can sit outside on a deck at a number of restaurants and enjoy a snack, meal and...More

Thank Darlene1800
Reviewed 1 week ago

We have been vacationing on Siesta Key for 30 years and always go down to the village. Lot of different bars and restaurants. Young kids like the ice cream shop and souvenir store. Great mini donut stand too.

Thank jjdblzg52
Reviewed 1 week ago

A great spot to take your visitors! Many great shops for souvenir hunters! Fantastic night life! Not for from the beautiful beach! Lots of parking down side streets!

Thank Pam G
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Tiny area of bars and restaurants, limited parking, the typical tourist trap. Lots of different people watching, Been once probably not again

Thank Bob M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Took the old road South and stopped here to look around. I was here 20 years agoi, not the same, big modern McMansions.

Thank M Richard M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Visiting Siesta Key Village is always a pleasure. Our family has been coming to this west coast Florida gem for 25 years. While many areas are tearing down the old and building cement high rises, Siesta Key still maintains some of their old world charm....More

Thank fourmacs2017
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We visited Siesta Village while staying in the area. Nice to go there as there are a number of different restaurants and shops. All you need is there. Excellent choice for drinks. Parking not easy but found a convenient space both days.

Thank 21Tina12345
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The day we visited, there was an art/craft festival down the center of town with many tents offering wonderful works of art and interesting things to purchase for all age groups. I found an interesting author of children's books and bought 4 of them from...More

Thank Joan P
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Just a pleasure to walk around at our leisure and take in the spots and so many places to shop and have an enjoyable meal or just a sit down.

Thank HonestEvaluatorGal
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Been going there for 9 years now, need to pick your times for less crowds, early morning is best, great little shops, souvenir shopping great, good restaurants to eat in and a fair amount of choice for a small village. Lovely place to visit!!

Thank Nancy B
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Marilyn L
What street is the village located on?
21 January 2016|
Response from joannwilkie50 |
Ocean Blvd. & Canal St.
Staying in Siesta Key 12/28-1/1. Looking for Suggestions for a condo on/near beach about $200/night, for an upbeat young married couple. Also do any bars/restaurants "celebrate" NYE with parties?
18 October 2015|
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directions from Bradenton
17 February 2015|
Response from joannwilkie50 |
75 South to 72 West, then North. Follow signs.