Nice area out of the way.nice beach areas and a few good restaurents.Quite a few motel and rental propertyies mixed with a variety of houses.
PAG has history--the French named it after stopping to grill their fish there--and a vibrant present, with shops and restaurants on 8th Avenue, a great sunset view from the Hurricane Restaurant's roof top and local's locales up the beach with the Wharf, Sea Critters, Genaro's and Shaner's Land and Sea deli/meat/fish market. Pass-a-Grille sunsets are photographers' dream and the waters... More
I lived in Pass-A-Grille for three years. It is an eclectic little seashore town with a lot of charm. The beaches are beautiful and maintained very well. It is a best kept secret. It's very low key and a great place to come for relaxation and to enjoy the beauty of the sea. If you are looking for big brand... More
This is the most beautiful place in Florida...I got married here in October of 2012 and we will come here every year. Absolutely beautiful!!!
Like many others, I hope this place doesn't get "too discovered" - it's a taste of Old Florida, with lovely homes, quaint shops, waterside restaurants, a gorgeous sandy beach on Gulf side, and lovely views on the Bay side. This place has it all if you're looking for some quiet time, or even time away from the more commercial St... More
I hate to tell anyone how great Pass-a-Grille is because I want it to stay quiet and undisturbed. Of all of the many beaches I've been to...none can compare to Pass-a-Grille. In all of our trips I've never once failed to see dolphins AND rays. (Be careful! I stepped on a ray this week but it thankfully didn't throw its... More
Pass-a-Grille beach itself is pretty - soft white sand, huge amount/variety of shells. I prefer a wider beach than what's here. The ocean is warmer than other beaches closer to Clearwater, but the waves are much bigger. Suggestion: while here, stick to the beach itself and avoid the Pass-a-Grille beach bazaar which is 6 tables of very common market items... More
Don't tell or all the tourist will come! Best shells at south end. Sunset is awesome! Many nights music is played. There are restrooms and food stand too. Just a small few restaurants to eat at but the view can't be beat!
When you cross the Pinellas Bayway bridge and see The big pink Don cesar Resort right in front of you, you know you have arrived at the beach. At Gulf Blvd you must turn right or left...turn right and you enter a miracle mile of hotels, condos and strip centers. Turn left and you cross under the private Don Cesar... More
We keep coming back to Pass-a-Grille...it is peaceful, relaxing, the perfect get away for anyone that likes nature. Although you are only 1 1/2 miles from the hustle and bustle of St Pete's, the beach in Pass-a-Grille is exquisite, you can walk everywhere, there is a good choice of restaurants, and the most glorious sunsets you will ever see. This... More
Archie76 we agree completely! Thanks for visiting and supporting our local businesses. More
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