Villa Beatiful Day is located in Perico Isle, a quiet neighborhood only minutes away from the gorgeous beaches on Anna Maria Island. Right next to Robinson Preserve, perfect for a bike ride or kayak trip.
From the moment your toes touch the sugar-white sands of Anna Maria Island, you will know you have arrived at a vacation destination like no other. Here, there is no need to plan your day around best times to avoid crowds and traffic delays. Once your feet hit the beaches, you chart your own course, be it languishing on a blanket surfside or off and running to enjoy a unique island adventure.
Anna Maria Island is a quaint Barrier Island nestled in the Gulf of Mexico. Beautiful turquoise waters and white sandy beaches are the main attraction here. It is a place where 'old' Florida charm can still be found, flip flops are a way of life and the speed limit never exceeds 35mph. High rise condos and fast food restaurants are pleasantly absent from our pristine 'get away from it all' island. Our accommodations and restaurants offer something for everyone. From quaint cottages by the sea to deluxe suites, from million-dollar villas to rustic cottages to own, one visit to Anna Maria Island and you will be calling it, 'My Island in the Sun'.
Anna Maria Island supports a very special ecology and 'Old Florida' philosophy. The laid-back lifestyle allows time to step back from the hectic energies and just walk on the beach, or enjoy a picnic at sunset.
Surrounded by the lush sub-tropical growth and island birds, you feel the peace and security of Times gone by. Once you've visited our island, you'll want to come back.
There are 7 miles of Gulf of Mexico Beaches on the island and many smaller beaches on the Tampa Bay and Intracoastal waterways. The Manatee County beach has the Cafe at the Beach where you can enjoy your breakfast right out on the beach. There is also a children's playground on the beach along with picnic tables under the trees for family gatherings.
Coquina Beach at the southern end of the island has a huge parking lot along with life guards and fishing areas on both the Intracoastal side and the gulf side.
The beaches in Anna Maria City are a bit more secluded with a small parking lot and limited on street parking, but it's a favorite spot to watch the sunsets over the gulf.
Holmes Beach, is the 'business' center of the island. The island library, the banks and island grocery store are all in Holmes Beach along with a wide variety of shops and restaurants. Manatee County Beach greets the visitors to our island, where the Beach Cafe serves their guests on the beach patio right on the Gulf. One of the two bridges to the island, Manatee Bridge, brings the traveler into Holmes Beach at the end of SR 64, which ends on the island.
Bradenton Beach, at the southern end of the island, is home to many condominium units, luxurious resorts and gulf front rentals. Coquina beach stretches along the gulf shoreline and supports the largest beach parking area on the island.