Read More About Anna Maria Island, Florida

Anna Maria Island, on the west coast of Florida near the mouth of Tampa Bay, has become a popular beach holiday destination for over 100 years. More than 100,000 visitors each year sunbathe on the beach of the island and enjoy the old-Florida. If you are planning a trip to AMI, or if you've been there you might want to learn a few things that make the island unique.

You can check out silver beach resort at  Here are reasons you'll agree that Anna Maria Island Beaches are the best in Florida:

1. Sand: For hundreds of thousands of years, quartz stone eroded from the Appalachian Mountains and washed down to the Gulf of Mexico. Gulf of sediment carried to the Pacific Ocean with bits assembled in such a barrier island of Anna Maria Island. The result is fine white sand that is softer and more heat resistant than almost all of the sand in the world.

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2. Water: Gulf of Mexico water levels rise and fall in predictable and beach break waves are very low. Baring storm or other weather changes, the water surrounding AMI tends to stay tranquil and inviting for swimmers.

3. Beach Parks: Parks such as Coquina Beach Park, Manatee County Public Beach and Anna Maria City Park has showers, grills, picnic tables and a playground for families and friends to enjoy the beach experience together.