Lido Key is a barrier island off the coast of Sarasota. To its north is Longboat Key, to its east is Bird Key, and to its south is Siesta Key. The island features numerous sandy beaches facing the Gulf of Mexico, as well as a park called "South Lido Park", which has a beach and a woodland trail. The key is well developed with a wide variety of hotels, beach bungalows, luxury waterfront homes, Lido Key Homes, Lido Key Houses,
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, and retail properties. Lido Key is connected to mainland Sarasota by the John Ringling Causeway.
Lido Key has something for everyone. Retail therapy at St. Armand’s Circle, gourmet dining, wildlife viewing in the wetlands, and Gulf-side relaxation collides on Lido Key. Powdery sand beckons sunbathers to dig for seashells and sand dollars. The food is deliciously diverse — from the famous 1905 Salad at Columbia Restaurant to the renowned lobster bisque at the upscale Café L’Europe. Explore the mangroves in a nature preserve, or play in a family-friendly park. Learn about indigenous birds and rescued sea creatures. Shop for accessories and art at local boutiques, all while soaking up the city’s circus history.
Just steps away from Lido Beach is St. Armand’s Circle. When the sun descends into the Gulf of Mexico, beachgoers retreat from the sand and head to the Circle’s hotspots for tropical cocktails, exquisite dinners, boutique shopping, and live acoustic island tunes. There is also a historical component to the Circle with the “Ring of Fame,” which was established in 1987 and is located at the central Circle Park.
Point-blank, residents of Lido Key Houses, Lido Key Homes, and Lido Key Condos live where others vacation. Here, everyday feels like a Sunday. It’s the perfect combination of lively and leisurely, and the real estate reflects just that. Architecture vibes vary from cozy and simple complete with hammocks and seashells in the front yard to grand gates that punctuate regal estates. If Lido’s where you want to live, let us find the right home style for you.