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St. Pete Beach on April 19, 1994 changed its name from St. Petersburg and became its own city. It connects to the mainland by the Cory Causeway and the Pinellas Bayway, it also connects to Treasure Island by the Blind Pass bridge.

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Water sports offers wave runners, scuba diving, fishing, parasailing and much, much more. Land base fun is everything from visiting historic Fort De Soto Park. Shelling trips or a visit to Florida Orange Groves and the Winery in South Pasadena are great fun. There is a 57 passenger catamaran that goes to Shell Key. Property Listings St. Pete Beach

The Don Cesar Hotel located on the south end of the beach is unique not only because of the first class accommodations but because it is a National Historic Landmark. Property Listings on St. Pete Beach

Pass-A-Grille and the nearby Fort De Soto Park, both historic places are beautiful and also great fun. There are many shops and restaurants and also a small aquarium all in this great beach.

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In winter here are major league spring training games and much more. Come and enjoy the rich Florida history and culture in our wonderful Tampa Bay Area, from early native American settlements, to the arrival of Spanish conquistadors in the 1500s to the citrus farmers, the artists and musicians, railroad barons and the entrepreneurial land developers. The Florida coast offers warm mild weather and soft white sand. It truly is a vacation paradise. St. Pete Beach Realtors

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