Madeira Beach is affectionately referred to as "two miles long and a smile wide,” due to its small size and the many exciting water adventures available to residents and visitors. Madeira Beach is a favorite spot for vacationers due to its laid-back atmosphere. It is the home of the world-famous John’s Pass Village and Boardwalk where entertainment is endless, from fishing, snorkeling, dolphin watch, and sunset cruises to casual Florida seafood restaurants and quaint shops offering antiques, arts, crafts, clothing, and jewelry.
Madeira Beach is seperated from Treasure Island by John's Pass, which offers boaters access to the Gulf of Mexico from Boca Ciega Bay. Legend has it that John’s Pass is named after sea turtle farmer John Levique. As the story goes, Levique traded his turtles for gold in New Orleans and then buried it on the beaches of current day Madeira Beach. On one such occasion, upon returning home, he discovered The Great Gale of 1848 had cut a pass right through the area his gold was buried. He never found his fortune, but since he was the first to discover and navigate the new pass he became its namesake.
Madeira Beach homes and condos run from $100,000 condos to luxury, waterfront, multi-million dollar mansions. There are many neighborhoods from which to choose, whether you are looking for a Gulf-front rental property or a permanent waterfront residence on Boca Ciega Bay. Madeira Beach is popular with investors because of its more relaxed rental time period restrictions.
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