Why So Many People of All Ages Want
to Live in Sarasota Florida
Posted January 16, 2012
Just for starters, Sarasota is "Florida's Cultural Coast", home to the renowned Sarasota Orchestra, the Sarasota Ballet,
the Asolo Theater for the Performing Arts and many more art and entertainment venues. Sarasota offers oodles of all sorts of shops, both
traditional and boutique, casual and fine dining restaurants and nightclubs. Throughout the year, live music, art festivals, various shows, parades and other events seem to happen without end.
The sarasot Florida area boasts over 35 miles of beaches including world-famous Crescent Beach on Siesta Key where you'll find
the softest, whitest sand in the world.
For golfers, Sarasota, Bradenton and Lakewood Ranch offer over 80 golf courses ranging from public courses to the most challenging public
semi-private and private courses, some with very p0restigious country clubs. There are golf courses to challenge every level of player.
Many of these golf courses are surrounded by Sarasota golf course homes, villas, and condominiums.
Boaters, day-sailors, scuba divers and fishermen love the fact that Sarasota Florida and its Barrier islands offer every
conceivable water sport, deep water marinas and yacht clubs.
Sarasota Florida also offers ae wide variety of residential properties from downtown high-rise luxury condos and penthouses to
golf course communities and waterfront homes in every price range to meet every desire or need. The island communities of Siesta key, Lido Key, Longboat key and Casey Key each offer their own unique lifestyles. St. Armands Circle, with its upscale shops and boutiques,
offers some of the most elegant shopping in Florida.
And, if your relatives who visit want to visit Disneyworld and other Orlando attractions, they're a comfortable 1 1/2 hour drive
away. The Tampa Bay area including St. Petersburg, Tamnpa sporting arenas and the Florida Aquarium is less than an hour drive away.