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Pass-a-Grille Beach, Florida, St. Pete Beach

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Home to over 500 historical buildings, Pass-a-Grille Beach, Florida sits along St. Pete's Beach. The Gulf Beaches Historical Museum, located in one of the historical homes on 10th Avenue, displays photos, documents, and artifacts from early settlements. Renovated historical buildings and palm trees line the sidewalks, and balconies shade many of the buildings. Enjoy a refreshment at one of the cafes away from the sun, or in the shade of the palms near the beach. Work out when and for how long to visit Pass-a-Grille Beach, Florida and other St. Pete Beach attractions using our handy St. Pete Beach tour itinerary app.
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  • Make time to go visit this treasure of a community. Great shops and restaurants in this quiet residential area. 
    Make time to go visit this treasure of a community. Great shops and restaurants in this quiet residential area.  more »
  • This beach is a gem if you love shelling! We went to Pass-a-Grille Southwest Beach and the dog beach at the southern tip of the peninsula. Right at that spot - the end of the peninsula (you have to... 
    This beach is a gem if you love shelling! We went to Pass-a-Grille Southwest Beach and the dog beach at the southern tip of the peninsula. Right at that spot - the end of the peninsula (you have to...  more »
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  • We love Pass-A-Grille Beach!! We used to live 10 minutes away from it when we first moved to Florida. It is our favorite beach! It is always very clean and even if it is very crowded, you can still find a place along the beach to spread out your beach stuff. There is the Paradise Grille right along the beach which serves breakfast until 11 a.m. and sandwiches, salads and even a fruit bowl for food choices. On the street side of the same building is a small beach store that sells beach items and some other convenience items. The parking can be a bit of an issue, especially on the weekends. There is slant street parking along the beach side of Gulf Way which is right next to the beach and there is parallel parking on the other side of Gulf Way. The parking spots on both sides of Gulf Way are numbered and there are parking kiosks where you pay for your parking which is $3.25 per hour. There is also street parking on the short blocks between Gulf Way on the west and Pass-a-Grille Way on the east. There are a lot of small restaurants, bars and shops all along the streets near the beach. There are also a number of places to spend the night or nights there but I am sure they book up early. We love it there and I think you will too!!
  • Beautiful beach, cool, calm, clear blue-green waters. No shops or restaurants but peaceful. We brought sandwiches, water, chips, n snacks with us, didn't need anything else. No shade or break from the sun, bring tent/ umbrella/ sunblock. Parking $3.25/hr.

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