The four main districts on Siesta are:
Siesta Village is at the north end of this island and has a vast range of fine dining as well as casual restaurants, bars and a shopping area comprising of specialty boutiques.
Siesta Beach is not only long, but also expansively wide and consistently ranked one of the best beaches in the world and among the top three in Florida. Siesta Beach’s powdery white sand is 99% quartz, most of which comes from the Appalachian Mountains.
Crescent Beach with its distinctive crescent shape sits just south of the South bridge from Sarasota. This is the place to be if you want a beachfront property situated right next to the water.
Turtle Beach is a public beach on South Siesta Key known for the large number of sea turtles that nest on the shore. Turtle Beach is a smaller and quieter beach also well known as the place to go for fishing. It is one of the only beaches around Siesta Key without white sand.
No matter where you are, Siesta Key is known for breathtaking sunsets.