Why we Love Dunedin
Nestled on the shores of St. Joseph sound, Dunedin has become an international sensation among travelers. Unique in every aspect, from shopping on Main St. to relaxing on Caladesi Island (number one beach in America 2008) to enjoying waterfront dining near the city’s quaint Marina district. Known for its vibrant art scene, quaint galleries and lively downtown the city also hosts 25 festivals annually. (Special Event Calendar)
Dunedin is the Spring Training home to the Toronto Blue Jays and hosts major league greats year round.
Voted “Best Little Walking Town in America” by Walking Magazine, one feels they have returned home to small town America in Dunedin. A quaint city with a hometown feel. The Pinellas Bike Trail a 37 mile trail, snaking its way through the county, runs through the heart of downtown. For the history buffs, a must stop and see, is the Historical Museum in the heart of downtown..
The quaint active downtown has unique shops and galleries, awarding-winning restaurants and more than 25 festivals annually, all along our beautiful Gulf Coast waterfront.
Or, you can skip over to nearby Caladesi Island State Park, one of the last undeveloped barrier islands on Florida’s coastline. The park is accessible only by boat from top ranked State Park in the State of Florida Honeymoon Island State Park, . There you can enjoy swimming, sunbathing and fishing. Nature-lovers can view wildlife while walking an interior nature trail or paddling the 3-mile kayak trail through the mangroves and bay. “Dunedin may be the Tampa Bay area’s best-kept secret,” says Coastal Living Magazine.