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North Redington Beach is located on a barrier island west of the Pinellas Peninsula. The Gulf of Mexico stretches to the west and Boca Ciega Bay lay to the east. North Redington Florida Bed and Breakfasts are ideally situated for guests to explore all the region has to offer: St. Petersburg, Tampa Bay, Sarasota, and more.

John's Pass is a narrow pass that connects the Gulf of Mexico to Boca Ciega Bay. It was once part of the island that would come to be known as Madeira Beach, and it takes its name from an interesting tale. John LeVeque was a Frenchman abducted by pirates when on his way to better his fortunes in the New World. LeVeque became a pirate himself with a sizable treasure that he buried on Madeira Island. As fate would have it, the island was struck by a fierce storm on the day he retired from piracy and came to claim his treasure. LeVeque lived. His treasure was swept away with part of the island.

Undaunted (or at least with no place else to go), John LeVeque stayed in the area and lived to see his isolated island become a fishing community. Today, John's Pass Village features shops and restaurants, a waterfront boardwalk and a fishing marina. Visitors enjoy both the village and the many opportunities it provides for outdoor recreation: parasailing and wave running, dolphin watching and deep sea fishing, SeaDoos and kayaks.

There is no reason to stray far from North Redington Beach Florida Bed and Breakfasts, but those who do will enjoy exploring the museums, restaurants and shops of St. Petersburg, Tampa and Sarasota.

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