|The longest stretch of undeveloped beach in the area is Pass-a-Grille Beach, tucked away at the southern tip of St. Pete Beach. Known for its lack of high-rises and chains, it has a distinct island vibe that attracts locals and visitors alike. Kite-boarders frequent its north end, and sunbathing beauties line the beachfront. Bungalows and small motels dot the area.
Relax. Get barefoot! Pass-A-Grille brings out the adventurer in you. Beachcombing, boating, visiting quaint shops and then later, relax in one of our unique Inns. No matter where you go and what you do the water calls you from just blocks away.
Shopping, Dining and Art in Pass-a-Grille
Pass-a-Grille’s quaint and historic Eighth Avenue is known as the shortest Main Street in America, but, that said, it sure packs a wallop. Notables lining this block-long strip include vegan mecca Vida de Cafe, eclectic boutique Bamboozle, dessert hub Paradise Sweets, and the shop for renowned, bearded jewelry designer and beer brewer extraordinaire Evander Preston.
A nightly sunset celebration takes place at Paradise Grille, which is on the beach directly across the street from the storied Hurricane Seafood Restaurant. Art Mart, a local craft bazaar, takes place here every Sunday from October through April.
Pass-A-Grille sunsets are nearly perfect and offer plenty of beautiful photo memories.
The Pass-a-Grille Beach neighborhood in St. Pete Beach, FL is comprised of 546. Other neighborhoods in St. Pete Beach include:
•ISLA DEL SOL
•VINA DEL MAR ISLAND
The beachy little town is highly desirable for second homes and vacation homes, as well as year round residents who love living on the water. You are lucky if you are looking for Pass-A-Grille Beach luxury homes for sale. You will always find plenty of luxury homes and real estate that are available for sale on Pass-A-Grille.com
South of the Don CeSar in quiet Pass-a-Grille, get a sense of area history at the Gulf Beaches Historical Museum, site of the first church built on the area’s barrier islands. Their collection includes fascinating photographs and artifacts from the 1500s through modern times.