Bradenton/Holmes Beach

Bradenton and Holmes Beach 9 miles of Beachfront along the Gulf of Mexico
Bradenton Beach Florida is a small beach town in Manatee County
This small friendly island community values the civic pride of both permanent and seasonal residents, maintains its Old Florida charm, and respects its bountiful natural resources. History, hospitality and spirit are the hallmarks of our thriving waterfront, offering ease of mobility by land and sea. The city boasts miles of uninterrupted supervised public sugar sand beaches on the Gulf side and calm docking and mooring areas on the mangrove lined bay side.

Bradenton Beach merchants offer a full slate of goods and services including accommodation of every kind, restaurants, bars, retail outlets, weekly farmers market as well as real estate and other professional services.           The unique shops of Bridge Street in the city’s central Historic Old Town district are one of kind! The city is a gem positioned on the sparkling waters of the Gulf of Mexico. Laid back, friendly and open-hearted we welcome visitors and new residents with equal warmth.

Holmes Beach is located in Manatee County and is the largest of three island communities on Anna Maria Island, which is found on the Gulf of Mexico just south of the mouth of Tampa Bay. The population estimate for Holmes Beach is roughly 3900 residents. It boasts miles of gorgeous white, sandy beaches, emerald Gulf waters, and abundant sunshine. If you want to spend a day on the water, there is excellent fishing in the waters surrounding Anna Maria Island. Holmes Beach was named for John E. Holmes, Sr., the property developer who started this planned community after World War II.