I’ll show you two good reasons to visit Madeira Beach.
The first is John's Pass Village and Boardwalk. The quaint village, nestled at the southern end of Madeira Beach, boasts unique boutiques, shiploads of shops and notable noshing in a boatload of restaurants – plus a 1,100-foot boardwalk overlooking the Intracoastal.
The second is the beach itself. It’s wide, with soft, white sand that’s sure to leave your toes smiling, and the water is remarkably clear, tinted an enticing shade of emerald-blue.
Madeira Beach also offers:
· A wealth of watersports
· Deep-sea fishing