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Beach at the Lido Key at the Gulf Coast of Florida.

The beach at the Lido Key is located at Floridas popular Gulf Coast. Lido Key is situated west of the city of Sarasota. Parking space is limited at the beach at the Lido Key.







Directions to the beach at the Lido Key:
From Interstate 75 (I-75) turn on Florida State Route 780 West, also known as Fruitville Road West, which becomes Third Road West. The road leads straight to the Tamiami Trail. Turn left (southbound) on Tamiami Trail, also known as Florida State Route 41 and US Route 45. At the next intersection turn right on Florida State Route 789, also known as Gulfstream Avenue. The road leads to the west and becomes  John Ringling Causeway and John Ringling Boulevard. At the St. Armands Circle roundabout stay on John Ringling Boulevard (second exit) to the beach at the Lido Key.

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Entrance Fee / Parking Fee at the Lido Key:
- No Parking Fee. Parking space is limited.
   (as at: April 2010)


Infrastructure at the beach at the Lido Key:
- Shower





Beach Ranking of the beach at the Lido Key:
- Not ranked at the Beach Ranking.



Video of the beach at the Lido Key:











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