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beaches and condos

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beaches and condos

is there beach town that is not lined with high rises?

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1. Re: beaches and condos

Anna Maria Island (outside of Sarasota), Pass-a-Grille (southern tip of St. Pete Beach).

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2. Re: beaches and condos

...also Sanibel/Captiva.

Albany NY
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3. Re: beaches and condos

Try treasure Island Florida, nice, not alot of condos, Mom and pop motels, and Hotels.

Very nice area, cheak out PageTerrace.com for a place to stay on the beach!

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4. Re: beaches and condos

Naples-- it is part of the draw of people here is the "old Town" feel. There is a section on the northern part of Naples in which the condos are a bit higher but the city of Naples has a building high restriction. of 3 stories

Sanabel/Captiva is devoid of high rises

Boca Grand same

I own a place in Gulf county which not only has no high rises but there is not a whole lot there at all (no Walmart, go carts, putt-putt) and very few restarunts Cape San Blas , St Joe Beach and St George Island in Franklin co is just about as deserted all those are summer desinations.

St. George Island
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5. Re: beaches and condos

Ever thought of looking at St. George Island?

Check our island information out.

tripadvisor.com/Tourism-g34602-St_George_Isl…

Good Luck, and Enjoy your Stay !!!!

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