Explore St. Pete Beach
Believe us when we say there’s much more to St. Pete Beach than a heaping helping of Vitamin D, white-sand beaches, and gorgeous sunsets. You’ll also discover tons of activities that are sure to keep you coming back for more! Your private Saint Petersburg sanctuary has fun-filled adventures in store for you and the entire family. Visit the island sanctuary of Egmont Key State Park, take an exciting stroll though a botanical paradise at Sunken Gardens, or grab a bite to eat at John’s Pass Village. No matter what you do, The Hotel Zamora puts you in the center of all the action.
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Egmont Key State Park
Only accessible by boat, Egmont Key State Park is an island sanctuary with a rich history. Visitors can enjoy swimming, fishing, and wildlife viewing in addition to the many historical sites and hiking trails.
John’s Pass Village
John’s Pass Village and Boardwalk is a waterfront destination you’ll want to know is out there. People come from all around to visit “The Pass,” as the locals know it, making it the biggest tourist attraction in Pinellas County. It’s the kind of place you’d want to go out of your way to visit. But, if you’re staying at our hotel near John’s Pass, you won’t have to go far at all.
John’s Pass started as a fishing village not long after a hurricane blew through and carved it out of the shoreline back in 1848. Then, an honest-to-goodness pirate named John came through next, so that’s why it’s called John’s Pass.
Fort De Soto
Made up of 5 interconnected islands, Fort De Soto is one of Florida’s most beautiful parks with miles of serene shoreline. With a diverse ecosystem, you may catch sightings of sea turtles, manatees, cormorants, and more! Activities include canoeing, kayaking, cycling, fishing, swimming, a dog park, a museum, and historical landmarks.
One hundred years old, Sunken Garden is a botanical paradise home to more than thousands of tropical plants and flowers species and a flock of flamingos!
Visitors can enjoy guided tours, educational programs, or a leisurely stroll on the paths that wind through these beautiful, exotic gardens with some of the oldest tropical plants in the region.
Looking for an authentic local experience? Central Avenue, deemed “St Pete’s coolest street” is a must visit with countless vibrant boutiques, galleries, restaurants, and bars.