Redington Beach, North Redington Beach, and Redington Shores, often referred to as “The Redington Beaches,” offer a classic Florida mix of beautiful and immaculate beaches, tropical resorts and hotels, casual and fine dining restaurants, fishing and much more. The towns are primarily residential waterfront communities consisting of single-family homes, townhouses and condominiums. Visitors will find the exclusive Florida Gulf Coast marine wildlife such as sea turtles, crabs, manatees, stingrays, and dolphins.
Redington Beach, N Redington Beach and Redington Shores are named after Charles Redington. He purchased the land between Madeira Beach and Indian Rocks Beach where the current communities are located in 1930. Five years later he built the first permanent residence in the area.
Established in 1944, the town of Redington Beach offers the finest in resorts and hotel accommodations and boasts four family oriented parks, easy public access to the Gulf of Mexico, a causeway for relaxing and fishing, and a community recreation area. Fishing and tourism are considered the major occupations in the community.
North Redington Beach’s mile long white sandy beach and glimmering shoreline draws residents and vacationers alike. The historic Tides Hotel and Bath Club, an art deco resort frequented by sports and show business celebrities such as Joe DiMaggio, Marilyn Monroe, and Alfred Hitchcock, found its home on the North Redington Beach beachfront for sixty years. Due to deteriorating structural problems and other economic reasons the current day Tides Beach Club, which consists of six condominium buildings and three swimming pools nestled in beautifully landscaped grounds, replaced the historic landmark.
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PARADISE FOUND!!! Imagine waking up to the sounds of the soft waves over the sugar sands of the Gulf of Mexico or sipping coffee on your spacious balcony while you watch ...