Longboat Key

Longboat Key Florida is voted as one of Florida Safest Towns



Longboat Key Florida is an eleven-mile-long island paradise which is pleasantly surrounded by the aqua blue waters of the Gulf of Mexico and Sarasota Bay. Longboat Key provides quiet, luxurious, waterfront properties, provides beautiful beaches, a relaxed atmosphere, sunny days & a wonderful coastal breeze, located on the coast of the Gulf of Mexico. With Water on each side of the island, residents can enjoy boating, fishing & all types of water sports. A quiet island with about 8,000 full-time residents.

Longboat Key’s enticing beaches lure enough visitors annually that the population grows to approximately 20,000 during peak tourist season. The beautiful beaches along the 17 sq. miles of waterfront land with the crystal-clear waters and the tropical setting combine to make Longboat Key a unique destination. Zoning restrictions and thoughtful planning have resulted in something of a rarity along the Gulf Coast. Developers and builders have exhausted almost every acre of land on the island; however, Longboat Key feels neither overcrowded nor urbanized. One finds plenty of green space, towering Australian pines and one stretch of unobstructed gulf views while driving along Gulf of Mexico Drive.

The Longboat Key real estate market is made up of mostly 2nd homeowners, retirees and working professionals. The Longboat Key Club offers 45 holes of championship golf, tennis courts & superb dining opportunities. This isolated paradise is only minutes from St. Armand’s Circle & the mainland of Sarasota, both of which offer cultural activities, great shopping & wonderful restaurants. Longboat Key offers luxurious, waterfront real estate, as well as a luxurious lifestyle.

If you are looking for a great vacation, retirement or seasonal home with beaches, boating and golf, you should checkout Longboat Key. Longboat Key is loaded with great buys on beachfront and bay front condominiums and single-family homes. Boaters love the island for its easy access to the Gulf of Mexico.  Residents enjoy golf, tennis and some of the most beautiful white sand beaches in the United States.