Island Transportation

Anna Maria Island has a “free” trolley that runs every 20 minutes. Stops are covered and are located every 2-4 blocks on the route. The Monkey Bus is another option and will pick you up at your location. or explore driving a street legal Golf Cart. You can also access Uber and Lyft 24 hours a day, depending on the availability of drivers in your area at the time of your request.

Equipment Rentals

Didn`t have the room to pack what you needed? Forget something at home? Anna Maria Island offers everything and anything under the sun to make your beach vacation FUN!

Grocery Delivery

Take the stress out of shopping and start enjoying the island life as soon as you arrive. Call one of the dependable delivery service companies, and have them load up your kitchen with essential items of your choice.

Outdoor Recreation

Walk among Nature, catch dinner on a Fishing Charter, enjoy the outdoors playing Golf, take a leisure tour Boating, play on some Jet Skis, soar over the Gulf of Mexico Parasailing, jump on board for a Dolphin Tour. Anna Maria Island and the surrounding area have natural habitat for every outdoor enthusiast to enjoy! Whether you want to do some exploring along the shoreline or stroll the nature preserves you are bound to encounter some of Florida`s wildlife.


You will not find many chain eateries on Anna Maria Island, but you will find many local owned restaurants. Whether you are looking for a flip flop beach bar, or a black tie bistro you are sure to find cuisine for everyone! If you are a “fresh” seafood lover you need to check out the docks in the Cortez Fishing Village.


Shopping on Anna Maria Island is convenient, diverse, and affordable, with most stores located in three central areas in quaint tropical settings. From the trendy shops on the North end on Historic Pine Avenue. The Island Shopping Center in Holmes Beach, and the southernmost city Bradenton Beach has Historic Bridge Street – a walkable community that is the center of shopping and dining with cute little shops to find that perfect souvenir.

Things To Do on Rainy Days

Yes, even though Florida is known as the Sunshine State; we do have rainy days! Here are a few ideas for some family fun when there is no sun!