Where is Pass-a-Grille?
The road that leads to the relaxed coastal town of Pass-a-Grille also stops here, and all those who know and love this city do not want it any other way. Pass-a-Grille officially belongs to St. Pete Beach, but begins where Gulf Boulevard passes the Don CeSar Hotel. Here you can switch off from all the lively beaches of old Florida best.
All the typical views such as skyscrapers, crowds and shopping malls are searched here in vain. Here you’ll find over six kilometres of natural public beach on the Gulf, where the Gulf Way runs around the land nose to Boca Ciega Bay on the harbour side. Collect shells or take a snorkeling excursion to Shell Key, an uninhabited barrier island, watch dolphins play or enjoy the gentle sea breeze as you cruise into the sunset.
On Eighth Avenue there are small galleries, boutiques and Restaurants, including the rooftop bar of Hurricane Seafood Restaurant, a well-known restaurant with delicious Drinks and spectacular sunset views.
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