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My first time at this beach and it will not be the last. We found a parking space close to Armands circle and we had a great day. We went to the beach before and after lunch, convenience for everything. The beach lovely we can...More
Nice beach, lots of little shells to collect, sand bar offers a shallow place for little kids to swim/play in a protected area. There are showers spaced out periodically and small bath house, also a restaurant and surf shop.
This beach would be great I’m sure but the days we visited it was the colour of pea green soup or if not green dark clouds of brown water. We went in but it was like sitting in a algae filled pond and once you...More
A beautiful beach with sand as fine as I've ever seen. Off season parking is easy but in season it can be a bit more challenging. Either way, the long crescent beach is fantastic. The sand is firm for walking or biking. The tide may...More
Since June 2018 through late August 2018 this and other sw florida beaches are disgusting, empty due to red tide and the illness it can inflict, and no end in sight. Stay away remainder of this year, the beaches are too foul, stink when you...More
Response from kingshearer080 | Reviewed this property |
Most of the shops and restaurants are pet friendly, in all of Sarasota. It depends where you are on 4th Street as it is a few blocks long as to if you can walk. Blue Rooster is a good spot for food and music on 4th Street... More
Most of the shops and restaurants are pet friendly, in all of Sarasota. It depends where you are on 4th Street as it is a few blocks long as to if you can walk. Blue Rooster is a good spot for food and music on 4th Street. Downtown is your best bet though, lots to do and good restaurants. Enjoy it.
My husband and I have been going to Lido Beach on a yearly basis since 2000. As the years have gone by we have seen erosion take its toll. Our most recent stay was in early June of 2017 and we were shocked at how bad conditions are getting. Has anyone been to Lido Beach since hurricane Irma back in September? If Irma has done a lot more damage to Lido Beach then I think it will be time for us to go to another beach. Any information that can be provided to help us decide will be greatly...More
January 30, 2018|
Response fromTraveller from UK|
Hi. I have no idea where in Florida Lido Beach is but I would post on the forum for the town/city it is in for local help.
Do we need a car? (11 Replies)
Nearly put off wanting to stay in Lido Beach, by emails on forum regarding the older persons taking over Sarasota, one day age will come to you, and I am sure the younger generation then, will be even less tolerant!! Would we need a car to get around this area, are there restaurants within walking distance, we want to stay a month in November and would like apartment with facilities, beach views and reasonable any recomendations please?
June 29, 2007|
Many thanks for advice re accomodation, will look that up. Have driven last year Madeira Beach area, but would love to be able to walk restaurants and shops on evening. We hate the driving from airports, specially being from the UK. Do the airports, including Orlando, have shuttle services or taxis to Lido Beach and what prices would they be please?
Red Tide update 10-06-06 (3 Replies)
Well mostly good news. Other than a Very Low reading at Tarpon Beach, all other on shore locations read Not Present, even up at Redfish Pass and Captiva Pass. Off shore of Sanibel and Ft Myers Beach there is a Medium reading. The bad news is the red tide might be heading back south, so I will keep and eye on the results. If you are traveling to beaches in Sarasota and Charlotte counties, please ask your locak experts and residents about the current conditions. This includes, Siesta...More
October 06, 2006|
I just got back for a long weekend - Thursday to Monday - in Sanibel. The beach along Middle/West Gulf was fine except for sections with fairly heavy deposits of red algae that drifted on to the beach. I didn't experience any offensive odor from it though, which was good.