The town of Redington Shores is a small community with beautiful beaches and accommodations to suit everyoneâ€™s budget and taste. From the larger Anglerâ€™s Cove to the Hotel Del Sol, the quaint Carousel Motel and the Sand Vista Vacation Resort, this quiet Florida beach town exudes Florida charm.
Looking toward Redington Shores from our cruise in the Gulf of Mexico, we see the Long Pier, extending over 1200 feet into the Gulf and famous for fishing. Built in 1962, it has been rebuilt and upgraded over the years as it has provided countless locals and visitors with great onshore fishing, or just an eveningâ€™s stroll to see the sites. Fish commonly caught from this famous pier include redfish, kingfish, flounder, drum, pompano, trout, whiting and more.A bait shop and concession stand are included. No fishing license is required on the Pier!Sightseers may see manatee, rays, dolphins and a variety of seabirds.
Highly recommended Redington Shores eateries include Prajaam Thai Restaurant boasting five star ratings for its excellent cuisine. Seabreeze Island Grill features a waterfront deck and laid back Florida seafood and cocktails. Beachside Grill is also highly rated, serving up a laid back Florida atmosphere with beach food at its best.
Our fantasy boat tour continues south toward Madeira Beach and Johnâ€™s Pass. The white sand beaches are busy with visitors and locals alike, enjoying the sun and surf of our island beach paradise.