The 5 best secluded beaches near our apartments in Largo FL

The 5 best secluded beaches near our apartments in Largo FL

It’s no secret that one of the best things about living in Florida are the incredible, scenic beaches. And when you live at our Largo apartments, residents have access to some of the most gorgeous, serene, and secluded beaches in the entire state. Warm turquoise waters, soft white sand, and glorious soothing sunshine are all just a short drive away. Here are some of our favorite beaches located just a few minutes from The Boulevard.


Indian Rocks Beach

Offering nearly three miles of pristine, accessible beach along the glistening Gulf of Mexico, Indian Rocks Beach is less than 15 minutes from our apartments in Largo, FL. Locals and tourists from all over the globe come to visit the city’s fine beaches and watch the stunning sunsets. The city has 27 beach access points along Gulf Boulevard. Also found within the area are several retail businesses and charming restaurants for your enjoyment. Learn more on the official Indian Rocks Beach website.


Indian Shores

Well-known and renowned for its laid-back vibe and fantastic dining is Indian Shores, near Indian Rocks Beach. It’s the perfect place to go when you’re seeking a quiet day on the sand with your favorite people or your latest book. When you’re looking for serenity, take a stroll on the long stretch of sand while looking for seashells and keeping an eye out for dolphins swimming by. Learn more on the Indian Shores website.


Belleair Beach

You’ll just need to drive over ten minutes from our Largo apartments to reach a little slice of heaven – Belleair Beach. Here, you’ll find 4,500 feet of very secluded white sand shoreline surrounded by breathtaking homes and views. The laid-back, quiet beach is also ideal for animal lovers and birdwatchers alike, as it’s home to many sea turtles and sea birds that you can watch for hours on end. Expect very minimal crowds and no sports activities – simply peace and quiet. Learn more on the Belleair Beach website.


Madeira Beach

Best-known for its sea-themed John’s Pass Village and Boardwalk, which serves up shops and eateries, and a 1,100-foot boardwalk along the Intracoastal, Madeira Beach is another fantastic option for a sunny beach day. The 2.5-mile-long beach attracts sun- and fishing lovers from all corners of the world. Be sure to stop at a cafe or restaurant for some fresh grouper, as more grouper is brought into John’s Pass than any other place in the region. Learn more on the Madeira Beach website.


North Redington Beach & Redington Shores

Located nestled between Madeira Beach and Indian Shores are North Redington Beach and Redington Shores. What makes these areas so amazing is that they’re just about as off-the-radar as you can possibly get. Making up over a mile of secluded coastline, the broad beachfront is flanked by awe-inspiring emerald Gulf Waters. You’ll rarely find crowds, and there are some great eateries as well. Learn more on the North Redington Beach and Redington Shores website.


When you live at our Largo apartments, you’ll love exploring each of these tranquil and beautiful beaches. Stop by The Boulevard today to see why you should call us “home.”

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