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Englewood and Manasota Key

Whether you are planning a vacation or considering a permanent move, Englewood and Manasota Key offer the best of community, recreational and natural amenities in Southwest Florida. Located just 35 miles South of Sarasota, 90 miles south of Tampa and 50 miles north of Fort Myers, Englewood is easily accessible by I-75, international airports (Tampa, Ft. Myers, or Sarasota) and several regional airports.

Experience Englewood FL

Take a 1 minute journey to Englewood Beach


A Community Accented by Beaches

Englewood is a quaint, close-knit coastal community stretching north to Sarasota County and south to Charlotte County.


Part of Englewood, Manasota Key is a long and narrow barrier island located off of the mainland. With no high-rise buildings or traffic lights, Manasota Key offers an “Old Florida” experience not found in busier communities. Four public beaches enchant visitors and residents alike with sandy white beaches and an abundance of exotic wildlife, including a wide variety of shorebirds and fish, dolphins, and manatees.

Manasota Key is accessible by a north and south bridge. The south bridge provides quick access to Englewood Beach, Stump Pass State Park and the commercial area of the Key which encompasses our real estate office, great restaurants & bars, beach shops, a boat & bike rental shop, and a convenience store.

The north bridge to Manasota Key provides easy access to Manasota & Blind Pass public beaches, and the quieter residential section of the Key.

Whether you are seeking adventures on the water, collecting fossilized shark teeth, or just enjoying a quiet day soaking up the sun—our beaches have something for everyone. It’s easy to see why this area is called the “Gem of the Suncoast.”

View the Englewood Beach Webcam

View the Englewood Beach Webcam

On the Intracoastal Waterway

Lemon Bay, part of the intracoastal waterway, is located between Englewood and Manasota Key. Stump Pass offers boating access to the Gulf of Mexico.

Every year, visitors come here to enjoy some of the best fishing in the country, spectacular boating, sightseeing, eco-tours and other recreation the Bay has to offer.

Explore Olde Englewood Village

Historical Dearborn Street located in Olde Englewood is features a variety of eclectic shops & boutiques, including art galleries, antique shops, outdoor & indoor dining, a yoga studio, playhouse and a public library. Festivals, farmers’ markets and music events are a common occurrence here.

Perfect Weather

The mild winters and hot summers make Englewood’s beaches accessible year-round. In the winter, average high/low temperatures for December are 75ºF/52ºF, January average is 74ºF/50ºF, February average is 76ºF/50ºF, March average is 80ºF/54ºF and April averages are 85ºF/58ºF. In the summer, the constant Gulf breeze keeps the temperature tolerable; the humid, sub-tropical climate calls for an almost daily rain shower to cool things off.

A Boating and Fishing Paradise

The area boasts some of the world’s best fishing. Boca Grande is the world’s tarpon fishing capital, and the flats fishing of the many backwater areas is widely known to be among the best in the world.

Many Premier Public & Private Golf Courses

The surrounding Englewood area offers some of the finest championship golf courses in Florida. The mild weather, coupled with a wide variety of courses make this a dream destination for golfers.

Healthy Lifestyle

The area offers swimming, kayaking, paddleboarding, walking trails, bike trails, scuba diving, and beach yoga–all of these features contribute to the healthy lifestyle available year-round.


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