|Top holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£382|
|Family holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£382|
Treasure Island is located on the Gulf Coast of Florida, forming part of the Tampa Bay region. Treasure Island holidays appeal to a variety of tastes because the region has so many different attractions on offer. The friendly island community happily invites visitors to enjoy their crimson sunsets and white, sandy beaches all year round.
The most important thing that needs to be taken into account when planning Treasure Island holidays is when to travel. Florida is well-known for its balmy weather - the winter months are mild, while the summer months are very hot but do offer a few summer showers that help to cool things off. The hurricane season starts in June and lasts until the end of September. Treasure Island is most popular during the spring and autumn months, when visitors can enjoy warm days at the beach without extreme heat.
The Treasure Island Beach Trail is a very popular walkway along the coast, and most visitors and locals frequent it daily. The white, sandy beach is more than three miles long and is open until ten pm daily. Most holidays revolve around beach activities and water sports, which abound here. The iconic Treasure Island Clock Tower is a local attraction, with several cafes and restaurants close by. If you happen to be vacationing during the ‘Rock Around The Clock’ festival in April then you can enjoy many hours of live music and markets here as well.
John’s Pass Village is designed to reflect the style of a typical fishing village from the early 1900’s, with old-fashioned shops, cafes and attractions for the whole famiily. The Friendly Fisherman Restaurant in John’s Pass Village is one of the best family-friendly restaurants in the region. Treasure Island holidays may also include visits to some of Florida’s most famous theme parks, as they are only a short drive away.