How has this villa rated in the past?
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Siesta Pearl Siesta Key
Travel Blogs from Siesta Key
... until a turtle-sized mound of sand remained. Once she was satisfied, she did not loiter...she turned towards the sea and, without straying, went straight back into the water. We saw her head pop up once and then she was gone. Truly a magical evening and I feel very grateful to have shared it with Marcus and the kids. The next morning the kids and I walked back out to the beach and found the Turtle Patrol (volunteers who track and rope off the ...
We started the day with coffee around the pool and then went to the beach. I walked for two hours with Steve looking for sharks teeth whilst Maggie and Norma after a shorter walk spent time chatting in the sea to cool off. Norma Maggie and I after changing went to the coffee shop for a lovely lunch and a bit of shopping , finishing off with our first bar b q at their home....perfect end to the ...
We had coffee by the pool and after breakfast we went to the beach. First we went for a walk passing many sea turtle nests. So far there are over 700 nests in the area. There are between 80 and 120 eggs laid in each nest and they take 45 days to hatch on a full moon! Whilst we walked we looked for fossilised sharks teeth, and found a few. It was so hot we needed to cool down in the sea and ...
... Happily, all of us got to our destinations safely!
It was time to rest on Monday, September 15. We slept late and visited the market in the square, just a few steps from our apartment. It was fun to shop for prunes (ever had a fresh one?), plums, grapes and postcards. All week we had noticed posters advertising the ...
... things that happened to us here on our last day:
Swimming with dolphins. Okay I said it was passť. And I am exaggerating saying we were swimming with them. We swam very close to wild dolphins (about 5 metres away) who were fishing for their supper. It attracted quite a crowd of people who like us swam out with their SLR's to get a picture until we got a bollocking from the lifeguard. It was pretty cool. If you like that sort of thing.
Every Sunday ...