We were in Siesta Key for two months, across from Siesta Beach. We walked 1 to 1-1/2 mile into the Village almost every day. You can walk via the beach or on sidewalks. If you are looking for donuts, breakfast, lunch, dinner, groceries, souvenirs, or any type of business, the Village has it all!
Small , busy and only a few shops restaurants worth visiting . Just another takeoff from Siesta Key Beach . Go early - parking is limited . I'd spend my time looking for a parking spot at the beach instead .
This was an unexpected pleasure. We walked here from Siesta Key Beach...about a 15 minute walk. Had heard that it would be hard to find parking but it appeared plentiful to me. There were some good shops and very good restaurants here within a short walking distance. Drinks, ice cream, it has it all! Ate an early dinner at Baja... 更多
I had printed a pic off the web which didn't look anything like the village shops. Not very big area. Also went to post office and when parked the car if you weren't shopping in that mall area they would charge you $5 to park! Had to walk a lot to park! Had a bad experience with a lady who... 更多
Our condo was in the village. We loved being able to walk to restaurants, shops, a grocery store and the beach. Great little village.
Parking is horrid! Lots of fun restaurants and shops. Walking was easy. Had to drive around many times to find a spot to park. Not sure it was worth it.
My husband and I had an incredible time here and plan to go back next year! Which says a lot becuase we usually like to mix it up. We loved this little village and can't say enough about how wonderful it was. We are 47/56 years old and we loved how it was a nice quiet little town and not... 更多
This cute area with nice shops and places to eat desperately needs more parking. It's too bad because there is a lot to see and you can walk to the far end of Siesta Key Beach.
Touristy but fun. Great fun to walk around and all kinds of foods for those that like the heavy meals to vegans! You will find breakfast lunch and dinner and late night drinks as well as shops with cute clothes and trinkets. .
Visited in Feb 2017 during an arts n crafts show, lots of talented vendors! Also enjoyed the local farmer's market on Sunday morning with live music, art vendors and local veggies, breads etc. (but no eggs) Siesta Market is a fabulous little store, clean, friendly service and a great deli! Huge variety of shops, from antiques, art, jewelry, touristy souvenirs,... 更多