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Charter Bus to Sarasota

Charter Bus to Sarasota

Charter Bus Rentals and Transfers to Sarasota, Florida

East Coast Limousine has offered charter bus rentals to Sarasota, Siesta Key, Lido Key, Longboat Key, Casey Key, and Venice for over 35 years.

Things to Enjoy in Sarasota Florida

Your group's trip is made simpler with our charter bus to Sarasota. Our charter buses are made to carry you to your destination with a range of features and facilities to fit your needs.

When it comes to organizing the ground transportation for your upcoming group excursion to Sarasota, East Coast Limousine is ready to help.

A significant city on the Florida Gulf Coast, Sarasota provides tourists with access to a wide selection of great dining and cultural experiences, circus thrills, stunning beaches, and a wide range of shopping options.

The John and Mable Ringling Museum

The guardians of this bayside city are the arts. Become a theater, opera, or ballet goer (the Asolo Repertory Theatre Company performs in a 19th-century opera house originally from Dumferland, Scotland) The John and Mable Ringling Museum which houses the magnificent Rubens Galleries as well as a sizable collection of European art, has a strong emphasis on the visual arts. The museum also houses a great collection of art, including modern, Asian, and American.

See Ca’ d’Zan

Another must-see is Ca’ d’Zan, the Ringlings’ Venetian-style winter mansion, and a circus museum on the grounds that explains Sarasota’s big-top heritage.

Enjoy Some Shopping

Admire the city’s historic architecture, appropriately dubbed the Sarasota School style; the brightly colored buildings of Towles Court Artists Colony house galleries and studios. Restaurants and annual events are well-known on Downtown, Pineapple Avenue, and Main Street. Shop and snack your way to the beach at St. Armands Circle.

The Beaches

Longboat Key, with its 12 miles of shoreline, is the largest and most northern island off the coast of Sarasota. Longboat Key is a well-liked beach for turtles to nest and lay their eggs during the summer. Enjoy tranquil Gulf Coast of Mexico views, less crowded areas, and a laid-back atmosphere in this tranquil location.

North Lido, Lido Beach, and South Lido are the three beaches of Lido Key, which is situated between Longboat Key to the north and Siesta Key to the south. John Ringling, an admirer of Italian culture, gave the key its name by using the Italian term “lido,” which means “beach,” to describe its beaches.

Manasota, Blind Pass, Englewood, and Stump Pass are the four beaches on Manasota Key. Sand dunes and mangroves at Manasota Beach draw wildlife enthusiasts; Englewood Beach has grills, picnic tables, pavilions, and a variety of outdoor recreational facilities. Stump Pass Beach is a state park ideal for hiking and seeing Florida’s natural flora and fauna. Blind Pass Beach is 60 acres wide between the Gulf and the sea and has nearly 3,000 feet of beach.

Two bridges connect the mainland to Siesta Key, an eight-mile island. The key’s three beaches—Siesta Beach, which is widely recognized as one of the best in the world, Crescent Beach, and Turtle Beach—draw families and sunbathers during the day and partygoers at night.

One of the longest pieces of beach in Sarasota County that is remaining in its natural state is Caspersen Beach in Venice. Observing birds and different plant species is possible from hiking trails and boardwalks. Venice Beach, which is nearer the city center, features a lot of parking, restrooms, and colorful lifeguard stands. It also contains a pavilion with covered tables and a café. The sole dog-friendly beach in Sarasota County is Brohard Paw Park, which is close to Caspersen.

Visitors were considered when designing Casey Key’s southern portion. The 18-acre park’s picnic spots, concession stands, and on-duty lifeguards draw families there all year long. The first public beach in Sarasota County is Nokomis Beach on Casey Key.

Organizing transportation for large groups can be extremely difficult. Fortunately, when you ride with us, we're there for you every step of the way. Our charter buses are designed to transport you to your location while providing a variety of features and amenities to meet your needs.

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