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Bradenton Beach is a bustling village located at the southern end of Anna Maria Island and grew up around the first bridge connecting this island community to the mainland. Visitors can easily walk to most everything in Bradenton Beach, from window shopping at historic Bridge Street's quaint island shops to waterside dining at some of the island's finest restaurants, and breakfast at Gulf Drive Cafe. Vacationers who come to the island to enjoy the beaches will especially enjoy Coquina Beach, a 96 acre public recreational park overlooking the Gulf of Mexico as well as a walk through Leffis Key, a pristine, shallow water preserve perfect for viewing wildlife in their natural habitat.
Holmes Beach, located just south of Anna Maria, is a 600 acre village perched on the shores of the Gulf of Mexico. This is the largest community on Anna Maria Island and is where many of the island's rental condominiums are located. Holmes Beach is also home to the Manatee County Public Beach and many of the island's fine restaurants, shopping, and marinas.
Anna Maria, perhaps the most laid back of the three municipalities has been popular as a vacation retreat since the early 1900's when it was first developed by Charles Roser the father of the Fig Newton who made his fortune when he sold his recipe to Nabisco. Situated on the northern tip of the island, Anna Maria is surrounded on three sides by water and is characterized by broad sweeping expanses of white sand beaches over-looking the Gulf of Mexico to the west and quaint fishing piers overlooking Tampa Bay to the north. These turn of the century fishing piers are the perfect place to drop in a fishing line, walk off a sumptuous seafood meal and catch up on local fishing lore.