Anna Maria Island Video Travel Guides

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Anna Maria Island is a popular holiday destination just off the Florida coast in the Gulf of Mexico. It is a barrier island, approx. 12 km long. Until 1921 the island was only accessible by boat. The first bridge, the wooden Cortez Bridge, which is now the fishing pier, was constructed from the fishing village of Cortez to what is now Bridge Stree.





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30 second Review

Take a quick overview of Anna Maria Island.

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30 second Review


Further Reading on Wikipedia : Anna Maria Island

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Mid Island

Anna Maria is a long narrow barrier island, the mid section lies between the two bridges which the island to the main land.

Bradenton Beach

Mid Island

Coetz Pier

Mid Island

Beaches and Piers

Mid Island


Further Reading on Wikipedia : Anna Maria Island

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South of the Island

In the south of the island, there are some nice beaches, shady walks and a bridge that connects Anna Maria to the next barrier island called Long Boat Key.

Cocquina Beach

South of the Island

Evening across the Island

South of the Island

Long Boat Island Bridge

South of the Island

Dolphins

South of the Island


Further Reading on Wikipedia : Longboat Key Florida

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North of the Island

The northern part of the island widens out considerably, which allowed for residential and holiday homes to be built. Along the northern tip, the beaches are narrow though popular with families and fishermen.

City Pier

North of the Island

Rod and Reel Pier

North of the Island



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