Rich with history, this is the center of cultural education in the Tampa Bay Area. From the Holocaust Museum to Dali’s great artworks, there is education and history around every corner. Aside from history you’ll find great shopping, pristine beaches and local attractions the whole family will love.
With more than 100 privately owned shops, restaurants, bars and pubs, boutiques, art galleries, antique stores, and more, this quaint city of 35,000 has the charm of a small town and the amenities of other larger city neighbors.
This quaint turn-of-the-century fishing village, only 30 minutes away, is Pinellas County’s #1 tourist attraction. With over one hundred merchants, the village abounds with unique retail shopping and restaurants. Boat rentals, parasailing, and jet skiing are also available, and the beach is just a short stroll away.
Take a 45 minute trip to the Greek Islands without traveling half-way around the world. Originally inhabited by Greek sponge divers in the early 1900s, this town still has the intimate feel and cuisine of an authentic Greek village with Florida’s oldest running tourist attraction.
Known as Tampa’s Latin Quarter for over a century, Ybor City is an exotic blend of aromas, flavors, sights and sounds. From the scent of roasting Cuban coffee early in the morning to the rhythms of Latin music late into the night, Ybor is a feast for the senses. Choose from a variety of cuisine – Spanish, Cuban, Italian, Greek and French – just by strolling down La Setima, the main street of the Historic District.
Safety Harbor is a city on the west shore of Tampa Bay in Pinellas County, Florida. The name Safety Harbor originated from the early 18th century, when pirates were a substantial influence in the area. The area offers a wide array of shopping, dining and entertainment options for tourists and residents alike.