Located on the south side of Siesta Key, Florida, It has a 2,600 foot beach front. It is a public beach with picnic areas, children’s play areas, and camping facilities 

Turtle Beach : 

Several species of sea turtles nest on Florida beaches, including leatherbacks, green sea turtles, Kemps ridleys, and loggerheads. Each species has its own unique egg incubation period. 

If you’re looking for fishing charters, the Bayfront Marina on Turtle Beach offers a wide variety of boats for rent. The marina also rents fishing equipment and provides guided fishing trips.

The area is also known for its abundance of sea shells. This beach is particularly good for shelling around low tide.

The area is also known for its abundance of sea shells. This beach is particularly good for shelling around low tide.