Posts Tagged ‘Gulf Coast’

Cedar Key’s 52nd Annual Fine Arts Festival

Tuesday, March 29th, 2016

Best Fine Arts Logo *Cedar Key’s 52nd Annual Fine Arts Festival ~ April 9th and 10th Old Florida Celebration of the Arts Made America’s Best Arts Fairs Top 50 List! Cedar Key Arts Come and take in the ambiance of Old Florida and enjoy a fun-filled weekend strolling down Historic 2nd Street while admiring the fine art from a select group of incredibly talented artists as they showcase their award-winning fine Old Florida Celebration of the Arts Logo *art such as paintings, sculptures, ceramics, photography and so much more. Cedar Key’s beautiful natural setting, outstanding artist amenities, and the friendliness and hospitality of the volunteers make this a favorite destination for both artists and art lovers. The town’s beachfront City Park is filled with music, children’s activities, and food sold by local non-profit organizations.



Cedar Key BnB *

Cedar Key Bed and BreakfastEnjoy a weekend getaway to Cedar Key Bed and Breakfast located in a place where time stands still and allows you to enjoy the unique qualities of a coastal environment. While sitting on the veranda enjoying your favorite beverage relax taking Cedar Key title *in the view of the beautiful gardens and fountain. This quiet island community is nestled among many tiny keys on the Gulf Coast of Florida.  This is where the traditions of Old Florida are still alive and well.  Known as Florida’s Nature Coast.



Sanibel Island

Thursday, October 21st, 2010
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Seek shells on Sanibel Island

On Sanibel Island, the most difficult choice you’ll have to make is deciding which direction to walk on the beach, and how big a pail to bring for shells. It is, in other words, an ideal destination for a relaxing holiday. Travel to a  Sanibel FL bed and breakfast is best when you are determined to leave all work at home.

Sanibel is considered to be one of the Top 10 North American Islands (Conde Nast Traveler). It’s sugar white sandy beaches are a magnet for shells, due to the east-west orientation of this barrier island (most of the barrier islands run north-south). Be sure to incorporate yoga – or at the very least a lengthy swim and nap on the beach – into a daily routine while on Sanibel, for scanning the beaches for sea shells inevitably leads to the Sanibel Stoop. (more…)

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