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Treasure Island Introduction

White sandy beaches fill the shoreline of Treasure Island, a beach community along the central Gulf Coast of Florida. The barrier island is part of a chain that includes popular vacation spots like Clearwater Beach and St. Pete Beach, but the low-key vibes here mean more traditional motels and locally owned restaurants. You'll want to spend lots of time soaking up the rays and going on boat rides, but city attractions and museums are also a few miles away in St. Petersburg.

Hotels in Treasure Island

Treasure Island hotels range from low-profile beach motels with classic double rooms to condo complexes with lots of space. Many properties have a pool on site, so you can take turns swimming under the sun and running down to the Gulf to play in the salty waves. Large resort-style properties with on-site restaurants are sparse, but you'll find a lot of units that include a kitchen, perfect for family vacations. And many Treasure Island hotel deals are surprisingly budget-friendly, given the prime locale. Just watch out for the winter snowbird season that drives up prices and demand.

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Where to stay

Treasure Island is a little quieter than the uber popular beaches of Clearwater and St. Pete to the north and south, but the sunset views here are just as spectacular and the sand equally as soft. No matter where you stay along the small barrier island, you'll be close to the waterfront. The Sunset Beach neighborhood at the southern tip is full of pastel-colored houses and a few beach bars. Madeira Beach, just north of Treasure Island, is mostly residential, so lots of condo and home rentals are available here close to a popular dining and shopping center on John's Pass.

Things to see

Treasure Island Beach is the star of the show in this small coastal city and since the barrier island is narrow you'll never be more than a short walk from a swath of sandy shore. Beach time here can mean anything from napping under the sun to making wakes on a thrilling jet ski ride. Local vendors are on hand to lend out kayaks and stand-up paddleboards while shops sell boogie boards, floats, and snorkel kits for all ages. When you're ready to stretch your legs, the Treasure Island Beach Trail is the perfect place for a jog or family bike ride with ocean views. For waterfront dining, head over to John's Pass Village and Boardwalk in nearby Madeira Beach, where an old fishing village has transformed into a hub of shops and eateries, with alfresco seafood joints overlooking bobbing boats.

How to get to Treasure Island

If you're traveling to Treasure Island from afar, you'll find a couple of local airports to choose from. St. Pete-Clearwater International Airport is the closest, about 15 miles from Treasure Island, and has routes within the U.S. and Canada. The larger Tampa International Airport is 25 miles away and serves more airlines. Bus transit is available from either, but long travel times make renting a car or grabbing a taxi easier. If you want to go car-free, the Suncoast Beach Trolley travels up and down the coast between Clearwater Beach and St. Pete Beach, stopping at Treasure Island along the way.