Madeira Beach Gulf Front Vacation Rental Condos in Madeira Beach Florida.
John’s Pass Beach Place condo rentals of Madeira Beach located right on the beautiful Gulf of Mexico where you’ll enjoy tranquil gulf views from your private balcony. Beach Place is one of Madeira Beaches premier condo rentals ideally situated right on the historic John’s Pass Inlet and across from Johns Pass Village Boardwalk with shopping, restaurants, water sports and more.
Beach place condominium rentals of Madeira Beach offers 3 Bedroom oceanfront condos beautifully decorated with all the amenities and comforts of home. You’ll certainly enjoy the beautiful sunsets from the privacy of your balcony and fall asleep and awake to the beautiful sound of waves. Our vacation rental units are clean, comfortable and individually decorated for a relaxing atmosphere.
Madeira Beach Condo Rentals at Beach Place Condos on John’s Pass includes free Wi-Fi and an ocean front heated pool with Tiki huts and gas BBQ grills. Our nicely equipped vacation rental condo units have everything you need for a great beach vacation. Relax and unwind by the pool or get your toes wet in the warm gulf waters. Then enjoy a delicious seafood dinner at one of our local restaurants located right across the street.
Beach Place Madeira Beach Condo Rentals on the historic John’s Pass inlet is just steps from the famous John’s Pass village boardwalk with restaurants, shopping, water sports and entertainment. Beach Place condominium rentals offers fun and relaxation for everyone. Treasure Island, St Pete Beach and Clearwater are just a short drive away with more restaurants and entertainment. Madeira Beach is conveniently located within driving distance of major attractions like Busch Gardens, Legoland, Disney World, SeaWorld and Universal Studios.
John’s Pass Beach Place Condo Rentals of Madeira Beach, a relaxing and enjoyable vacation experience. So Don’t wait book now!
Madeira Beach, Florida
SEAFOOD TO SUN, YOU’LL FIND IT IN MADEIRA BEACH, FLORIDA
Grouper Capital of the World, Mad Beach, or just Madeira Beach—whatever you call this beautiful Gulf-side getaway, you won’t have any trouble finding sun, fun and delectable seafood.
In Madeira Beach, the sun, white-sand beaches and emerald-turquoise waters invite swimming and sunning. Be a beachcomber for the day, or just sit and watch the action from the shade of a beach umbrella.
Madeira Beach and the gulf beaches of Florida have been rated as some of the best beaches in the US. Enjoy the beautiful soft sand under your feet with a nice relaxing sunset walk on the beach or from the luxury of your private balcony as you watch the dolphins among the passing boats. Our tranquil beaches and island time atmosphere will leave you relaxed and never wanting to leave.
Johns Pass Village and Boardwalk in Madeira Beach offers restaurants, shopping, water sports and more. John’s Pass Village offers entertainment for all. For example, enjoy jet ski and boat rentals, parasailing, fishing charters and dolphin cruises in addition plenty of shopping.
The “Pass”, as locals refer to it, was created by a hurricane on September 27, 1848. A pirate, John Levique, made the first passage through the newly created pass. Hence the name, Johns Pass. Located on the waterfront at Johns Pass, this quaint turn-of-the-century fishing village is Pinellas County’s #1 tourist attraction. Over one hundred merchants inhabit the Village with unique retail shopping, a variety of restaurants, the local fishing fleet, dolphin watching and shelling tours, boat rentals, parasailing and jet skiing. Plenty of parking: There is metered on-street parking located conveniently throughout the Village, as well as a new state-of-the-art multi-level parking garage adjacent to Bubba Gumps. The beach is a short stroll away. Conveniently located near St. Petersburg, Clearwater and Tampa, and just a short drive to the Orlando area. Open daily!
Alligator Attraction and Wildlife Learning Center
Alligator Attraction and Wildlife Learning Center showcases some of Florida’s most unique native animal species, including more than 60 live American alligators rescued or surrendered throughout the Madeira Beach region. The hands-on learning center encourages up-close adventures with wildlife, offering tour experiences for the entire family to enjoy throughout the year. In addition to alligator populations, the center is also home to over 30 rescued reptiles of a variety of species, along with fish and marine life rescued from around the Gulf of Mexico area. Visitors can enjoy opportunities to “kiss a gator” and learn the answers to a variety of alligator pop culture trivia facts, from the names used for baby alligators to which United States President kept an alligator at the White house.
Madeira Beach is just minutes away from popular destinations such as Fort Desoto, Clearwater Beach, shell island, St. Pete Beach and Anna Maria island.
The Tampa Bay area is home to some of the top golf courses in the country. So bring your clubs and enjoy a round at one of the areas beautiful courses. After that wind down on the privacy of your balcony and enjoy the sunset.
Getting around Madeira Beaches is easy and convenient aboard the Suncoast Beach Trolley.
Take the Suncoast Beach Trolley and explore area beaches, restaurants and local attractions the easy way — without worrying about directions or parking. Exploring a new area by car can be difficult. Where to turn? Where to park?
The solution? Hop aboard the Suncoast Beach Trolley to tour the Gulf Beaches stretching from Clearwater Beach south to Indian Rocks Beach, Indian Shores, Redington Shores, North Redington Beach, Redington Beach, John’s Pass, Madeira Beach, St. Pete Beach and Pass-a-Grille. Focus on the shores and attractions near one stop or several–you’ll find them easily accessible. Or, travel the entire route to get a truly comprehensive view of the coastal communities and sample their many offerings. Locals take the trolley too and they’ll likely recommend some of their favorite shopping and dining spots that you may not otherwise find.
Fort De Soto Park
Located a few minutes south of Madeira Beach is the wonderful Fort De Soto Park. This historical park has something for everyone and is a virtual playground for the outdoor enthusiast.
For a little outdoor adventure why not rent a kayak and patrol the mangroves of the park while taking in the abundant wildlife in the area. If history is your thing, take a tour of the remnants of the Fort that once stood guard to Tampa Bay. Fort De Soto Park is also home to two of the finest beaches in the area and has two piers available to the general public for fishing.
Clearwater Marine Aquarium
Head a few miles north from Madeira Beach to the community of Clearwater Beach and visit the highly acclaimed Clearwater Marine Aquarium. This aquarium is home to numerous sea animals who have been rescued and need rehabilitation. The ultimate goal is to release them back into the wild, but many become permanent residents due to their injuries.
Among the full-time residents here are two North American river otters, three dolphins, and some sea turtles. There is also a small pool where you can get up close and personal with stingrays, starfish, and other small marine life.
Certainly, the stars of the aquarium are Winter, Hope and Nickolas, three rescue bottle-nose dolphins who are permanent residents of the aquarium, and best friends. The movie Dolphin Tale tells the heartwarming story of Winter, who lost her tail at a very young age after becoming entangled in a crab line.
For the Sports Enthusiast
For all the sports fans out there you have many options available to you depending on when you are visiting the area. Late winter and early spring offer baseball fans the opportunity to check in on some of the Major League Baseball teams that hold their spring training in the area. The Blue Jays, Phillie’s and New York Yankees are all located within a few minutes of Madeira Beach. Oddly, the Tampa Bay Rays do their spring training farther down the coast in Port Charlotte.
If you’re visiting during baseballs regular season then certainly you will have the opportunity to see a Tampa Bay Rays game at nearby Tropicana Field.
And, if you find yourself in the area during the fall season, and you happen to be a football fan, then head on over to Raymond James Stadium to catch a Buccaneers game.
If you’re an amusement park fan then plan a day of fun and adventure at Busch Gardens of Tampa. Busch Gardens has some great roller coasters if that’s your thing, and plenty of rides and attractions to keep the kids amused, and happy. They are also world-renowned for their animal conservation programs, and their Serengeti Plain animal exhibit houses a wide variety of animals including Lions, Cheetahs, Tigers, Hyena, Zebra, Giraffes, Elephants, and Rhinos. With over two thousand animals you’re sure to see your favorites. For something special, and a little different, take part in a “Meet the Keeper”, where you can get up close and personal with one of the park’s animal trainers.