Known for their 7-miles of pristine award-winning, white, sandy beaches, fishing, boating and an abundance of outdoor sporting activities from kayaking to jet-surfing. As well as their small Key West style villages dotting the island creating a small-town feel.
There are tons of things to do on Anna Maria Island and the Islanders host a myriad of great events throughout the year, fun festivals and events to partake in while you visit this little island in the sun. This Florida gem will quickly have you addicted and keep you coming back year after year to explore what you missed. With the pride of ownership, Anna Maria Island is home to some of the most beautiful vacation rentals in the entire state.
Anna Maria is a city located on the northernmost tip of the island in Manatee County, Florida. The population is a little over 1,800. Known for its picturesque Key West-style main street on Pine Avenue and its historic 100+ year-old fishing pier. Walkable from east to west and north to south it's the perfect backdrop for island living. It's the perfect place for couples, snowbirds, and families to relax and enjoy a sleepy small-town atmosphere.
The perfect place for couples, snowbirds, and families to relax and enjoy a sleepy small-town atmosphere.
Holmes Beach is a city located in the center of the island in Manatee County, Florida. The population is close to 5,100. Holmes Beach is known for being the heart of the island, supplying the island with a grocery store, pharmacy, many restaurants, and stores. It's the perfect place for active couples, snowbirds, and families with an abundance of volleyball nets and beach activities provided at the County's Public Beach.
Bradenton Beach is a city located on the southernmost tip of the island in Manatee County, Florida. The population is a little over 1,500. Known for its beautiful Bridge Street Pier it has a down to earth & lively vibe. Bridge Street has many shops and restaurants to enjoy. Coquina Beach has an incredibly scenic bike path of 1.5 miles to enjoy on the Gulf. It's the perfect place for couples and snowbirds. This city has the most condos and townhomes offered on the island.
Anna Maria Island is a special place, perfectly suited for outdoor living and animal lovers. Here’s a handy list of things to do when you visit Anna Maraia Island to help you find out if it’s the perfect fit for your next vacation.
Use the search filters on Florida Rental By Owners website to look for accommodations meeting your criteria. There are currently over 147 properties in Anna Maria Island listed for rent on Florida Rental By Owners (FlaRBO). There are 41 condos advertised out of 147 properties. The majority of properties listed have heated pools - 123 rentals which make this an ideal year-round destination. Many winter travelers are looking for long-term rental options, choosing the long term suitability filter renders 55 rental options for snowbirds. People loving traveling with their furry family members. On Anna Maria Island there are over 49 rentals where you can bring your pet along on holiday.
Currently, prices range from 75$ per night and $700 per week during the low season which typically runs from the end of August to the month of November. January is also considered a low season month. You can expect to pay the highest rates during the high-season running from February through to the first or second week of April where prices of larger homes can cost over $1,000 per night. The summer months, June and July are also favorite times for local travelers from the state of Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina to escape to the coast for cooler breezes and boating. There are 16 vacation rentals with docks available on Anna Maria Island.
There is an abundance of vacation rental dwelling types, the majority ranging from condos to private homes:
Florida Rental By Owners is full of a wide variety of vacation rentals in Anna Maria Island, Florida including condos, cottages, town-homes, duplexes, villas, holiday and private homes. The FlaRBO property selection is filled with many properties in Anna Maria Island. We recommend selecting a property based on your needs such as proximity to beach areas, waterfront docks, parking, wheelchair accessible, nearby attractions, and whether or not the property is pet-friendly or boat-friendly.
Yes, if a cottage is right for you! Most cottages in Anna Maria Island offer amazing beachfront views! Some include free beach gear and countless amenities such as pools, hot tubs, backyard beaches, tiki huts, fitness rooms, and ping pong tables. If this is what you are looking for, then you should rent a cottage on Anna Maria Island.
Of course! Anna Maria Island accommodations include condos which often offer unique amenities and the perfect space rather than an Anna Maria Island cottage or large private home for example. House rentals are often great for family vacations, larger groups or those who prefer having an entire house and outdoor property to themselves. Anna Maria condo rentals are perfect for smaller families and couples.
Yes! We love our pets and we are sure you do too! FLARBO.com has many pet-friendly rentals on Anna Maria Island. You can use our search feature to narrow down our Anna Maria Island rental properties to just show those that are pet-friendly.
Anna Maria Island is the perfect place to bring your boat or rent one from a local vendor! FLARBO.com (Florida Rental By Owners) has many boat-friendly rentals in Anna Maria Island. Use our search feature to narrow down our Anna Maria Island rental properties to just show those that are boat-friendly.
Yes, there are many homes and condos that rent monthly stays on Anna Maria Island that would be perfect for snowbirds and longer stay guests. Also, look just off the island to nearby Perico Key Island.
With the incredible weather patterns year-round, any time and month of the year are good times to visit Anna Maria. Peak seasons follow the school year and holiday patterns with peaks from February to mid-April and the summer months of June and July are great times for the whole family to visit. Off-season from mid-August to the third week in November offers the least expensive and quietest times of the year to rent a property on the island. The Off-season in the Fall does offer an abundance of festivals and events such as Bayfest, Symphony on the Sand, Stone Crab Festivals, and Arts and Craft shows which are always fun to attend.
Looking at our average weather climate chart above. July and August are the warmest months on Anna Maria Island with average maximum temperatures of 93°F highs. Cooler temperatures prevail in the month of February, where minimum average temperatures at night average 52° lows. The wet season occurs in August. Most people travel to Anna Maria Island for the beaches and the Gulf of Mexico temperatures range in the hottest months of May, June, July, August, and September between 82°F to a steamy 87°F
What is the crime rate of the cities on Anna Maria Island?
According to area-vibes.com, crime rates in each city are the following:
Anna Maria - The crime rate in Anna Maria is 85% lower than the national average.
Holmes Beach - "The crime rate in Holmes Beach is 50% lower than the national average.."
Bradenton Beach - "The crime rate in Bradenton Beach is 15% lower than the national average.."
There is an abundance of airports to choose from all within 2 hours of Anna Maria Island. Whether you live in the United States, Canada, Europe and beyond you are sure to find a final destination close by. Below are some statistics in relation to driving distance that Anna Maria Island, Florida is from some major airports in the area.
Sarasota - Bradenton International Airport is the closest airport to Anna Maria Island. It is 17 miles (27 km) away from Anna Maria Island. Travel time is approximately 35 minutes. This airport is serviced by seven major carriers, two of them Canadian. Air Canada & West Jet. U.S. carriers are United, American, Delta, Elite, and Jet Blue Flights are not offered year-round since it is considered a tourist destination check with each carrier.
St. Pete - Clearwater Airport is located in mid-way between Clearwater and St. Petersburg. It is 45 miles (72.3 km) away from Anna Maria Island. It usually takes 55 minutes to an hour to travel this route. This route has a toll. It is a destination for low-cost carriers. The main airline carrier is Allegiant Air. PIE is less busy than Tampa International Airport and is frequently used by pilots of private planes and executive jets.
Tampa International Airport is 52.6 miles (85 km) away from Anna Maria Island. This route has a toll and usually takes 1 hour and 15 minutes to travel. This airport is served by over 20 major airline carriers.
The Southwest Florida International Airport services many airline carriers notably Southwest, Delta, American, Spirit, and Jet Blue. It is located 111 miles (179 km) away from Anna Maria Island which takes approximately 1 hour and 50 minutes to travel.
Orlando International Airport is 126 miles (203 km) away from Anna Maria Island. Travel time is approximately 2 hours and 10 minutes. Be careful of traffic in Orlando, it is a busy city but it is also a nice stop for shopping and of course Disney and other amusement parks before arriving on the island. It also has a hotel on-site for late-night arrivals or early departures.
This airport is the second busiest in the state of Florida and services 39 airline carriers. in addition to U.S. and Canadian options, it is the best option for European flights.
Anna Maria Island is full of fantastic restaurants. It is a quieter island and does offer a few bars like The Doctor's Office but doesn't offer a large selection of drinking establishments. It is full of a great selection of award-winning bistros and local seafood and farm to table options. Some favorite restaurants include: