West Coast | Madeira Beach

West Coast of Florida, Madeira Beach,  where the sand feels like whole wheat flour between your toes and the waves are no bigger than a winds push on a lake. Complete and utter r-e-l-a-x-a-t-i-o-n. The famous yellow and blue cabanas line up the beach and give character where just for a single second you believe you could be on the coast of a Grecian shore.

Families as close as the next street down or as far as the great up north of Canada, rent their stay and spend countless sunrises jogging the beach all the way to full moons playing bocce on their hotel’s parking lots.

Once again, complete and utter r-e-l-a-x-a-t-i-o-n. With dunes landscaping the entries and some of the warmest waters you could bath in , you want to roast away like a marshmallow, all stress and everyday hassles away.

When the sun goes down, us and 60% of the sweet tooth’s in town lined up on the sidewalk which lead us to the almighty Candy Kitchen. This staple and nostalgic candy store opened its doors to the public on October 20th, 1950 and since that day it hasn't disappointed one soul. Birthday Cake and coconut ice cream top it off with some Nehi soda and we were good to go!