Sarasota, Florida is home to some of the best beaches, dining, events, and night life in the country!

Sarasota has become a central hub of culture and decadence in recent years. At the Floridian Club of Sarasota, you will be minutes from some of the area's best beaches, including Siesta Key Beach, which was named the "Number One Beach in the U.S." in 2016 by TripAdvisor. To compliment this true coastal lifestyle, Sarasota also features diverse dining, enriching arts and culture, shopping districts of all sorts and natural Florida fun. 

 
 

Think you'd like to call Sarasota home?

 
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There's plenty to do in Sarasota!

 

Sarasota Opera

Locals and tourists alike flock to the Sarasota Opera for its unforgettable experiences of music, lights, costumes, sets and vocals. Read more.

 

Venice

Caspersen Beach in Venice is one of the longest stretches of beach still in its natural state along Sarasota County’s shoreline. Hiking paths and boardwalks allow for bird watching and views of plant species. Venice Beach, closer to downtown, has colorful lifeguard stands, a pavilion with shaded tables and a café, loads of parking, and bathrooms. Finally, near Caspersen is Sarasota County’s only dog-friendly beach, Brohard Paw Park. Read more.

 

Ringling Art Museum

The Ringling is the State Art Museum of Florida, home to one of the preeminent art and cultural collections in the United States. Its story begins nearly a century ago, with the circus impresario and his beloved wife’s shared love for Sarasota, Italy, and art. Read more.

 

 

Saturday Morning Farmer's Market

The Sarasota Farmer's Market has been a local tradition each Saturday morning for more than 30 years. The weekly event creates social opportunity for residents and visitors to gather and interact, while supporting local farmers, businesses, and artisans. Read more.

 

St. Armand's Circle

Nestled between the sparkling waters of Sarasota Bay and the Gulf of Mexico, St. Armands is truly unique in concept, history and ambience. The Circle features lush tropical plants, antique statuary and contemporary architectural design and all kinds of shopping, from trinkets and treasures, high fashion or home décor, and gourmet snacks to candlelit feasts under the stars. Read more.

 

Historic Downtown Venice

Historic Downtown Venice is home to over 100 unique and independently owned stores and restaurants, along shady Oak and Banyan-lined avenues with palm trees swaying in the Gulf breezes. It also houses one of the nation's largest community theaters, The Venice Theatre, as well as The Venice Art Center, the Venice Beach Pavilion, the Venice Symphony, and beautiful Centennial Park. Read more.

 

University Town Center 

In addition to plenty of locally owned boutiques, Sarasota is also home to brand new UTC Mall, teeming with luxury retail shops and fine dining. Read More.

 

Marina Jack

Marina Jack is known amongst Sarasota locals as the go-to place for waterfront dining, sunset cruises, gulf-side walking paths with breathtaking views, and harbor docking. Read more.

 

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