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Beach at the Anna Maria Island at the Gulf Coast of Florida.

The beach at the Anna Maria Island is located at Floridas lovely Gulf Coast. Anna Maria Island is situated south of St. Petersburg. The beautiful beach at the Anna Maria Island is not as much overcrowded as some other beaches in Florida. There are no big hotels at Anna Maria Island. The parking space is extremely limited.







Directions to the Anna Maria Island:
From Interstate 75 (I-75) turn on Florida State Route 64 West resp. Manatee Avenue West. at the city of Holmes Beach the Manatee Ave West becomes Gulf Drive (northbound). Gulf Drive becomes Marina Drive, Palm Drive and finaly Gulf Drive. A few parking spaces are available at the sideroads, like the Palm Avenue.

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Parking Fee at the Anna Maria Island:
- No Parking Fee. Parking Space is extremely limited
   at the side roads.
   (as at: April 2010)


Infrastructure at the Anna Maria Island:
- No infrastructure available at this beach access.





Beach Ranking of the Anna Maria Island:
- USA Beach Ranking 2011: 2. Place
- Florida Top 5 Beach Ranking 2011: 1. Place
- Gulfcoast Top 5 Beach Ranking 2011: 1. Place



Video of the beach at the Anna Maria Island:











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