Check out this beautiful rainbow sunset we saw on August 29th on Siesta Key Beach!
Man and his dog at Sunset Point Siesta Key enjoying the sunset from their paddle board.
We went to SunniBunni on 8/23/2013 after watching the sunset on the beach. SunniBunni is located at 5202 Ocean Blvd Siesta Key, Fl 34242. The young girl behind the counter was very friendly and allowed us to sample the different flavors to see what we wanted to try. We got a BerryBunni smoothie with pink lemonade and then we got an original cup of frozen yogurt. Both were very good and refreshing. The yogurt there is 100% natural, contains active cultures, is fat-free, gluten free, kosher, and great for people who are lactose intolerant. They have topping available as well to add to your frozen yogurt but it also tasted great plain. There menu can be found in Bentley Street's menu drawer. Be sure to check out this unique ice cream place.
These pictures were taken on 8/20/2013 and 8/23/2013 at Siesta Key. The beaches have quartz sand that is soft on your feet and never gets hot from the sun. The beaches are very clean and the water is crystal clear. There are four lifeguard stands at the beach each a different color which can be seen pictured above which make it easier to locate your spot on the beach. We were in the water up to our shoulders and were still able to see our feet through the water. While in the ocean we could see schools of fish swimming by and fish jumping out of the water. The water was the perfect temperature. It is best to get to the beach early in the morning because daily between 3-6pm there is usually a downpour storm for a short time due to the weather in Siesta Key. Get out there and enjoy these beaches. There are plenty of public access points to the beach and there is also a main beach area that has a parking lot and snack pavilion with public restrooms. There are volleyball courts on the beach, lifeguards on duty all year round, picnic tables, tennis courts, and a soccer field. If you are bringing a cooler on the beach you are not allowed glass containers but it is legal to bring alcohol on the beach as long as it is in aluminum or plastic.
On a clear night on Siesta Key at Sunset Point you can see a beautiful sunset. This sunset pictured below was seen on August 23, 2013. We parked in Siesta Key Village near the shops and walked around town until dusk and then headed for the beach. There was a big crowd of people at Sunset Point waiting to see the sunset. We sat on the rocks on the beach, but recommend bringing a towel or chairs for a more comfortable experience. It was beautiful sitting on the beach taking in the sights, watching the ocean, looking at the birds flying around, and seeing people out in the water swimming and fishing. We stayed on the beach until around 9pm and we were able to take beautiful photos and have a very relaxing evening. This is definitely a sight worth seeing and a beautiful picture opportunity.
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