Clearwater Beach is pure white sandy beaches, and turquoise blue waters that blend into a cloudless sky. The Clearwater Marina sits at the entrance to Clearwater Beach (be careful of the roundabout - (YES, A ROUNDABOUT) and it's where plenty of opportunities exist to enjoying all sorts of water sports.
From deep sea fishing charters and dolphin encounter cruises to sunset sails and parasailing rides, the Clearwater Marina is where fun on the water begins.
Across the street is Pier 60, which continues the tradition of fun for those who prefer to keep their feet on dry land. Although fishing is the most popular sport on the Pier, the activities don't end there.
Pier 60 also provides a spacious playground for children of all ages, an outdoor ice-skating rink, and snack bar.
Sunsets at Pier 60 have become a traditional way to celebrate the sunset, featuring live music, whimsical entertainment and local artists exhibiting their crafts.
South of Clearwater Beach and just over the Clearwater Pass Bridge is Sand Key Park, which sits at the entrance to Clearwater Harbor. Sand Key is another of the area's pristine beaches, and it's also a fun place to observe boat traffic entering and leaving Clearwater Harbor. Many sunset beach weddings are held here because of Sand Key's sheer beauty and expansiveness.
Clearwater Beach is also home to the Clearwater Marine Aquarium, where rescued dolphins, sea turtles and otters live. Visitors can visit Winter, the resident dolphin, and learn more about marine mammals and their environment.
Immerse yourself in sand, sun and fun on Clearwater Beach.