Madeira Beach Vacation Rentals by owner, Madeira Beach rentals, Madeira Beach Condos, located in Madeira Norte, Madeira Beach Yacht Club and Beach Place condos
Changing Tides Cottages of Madeira Beach Property Id: OTX386
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Minimum Stay: 2 Nights
Changing Tides Cottages of Madeira Beach, Pet Friendly and Inviting Waterfront Vacation Rentals
Stunning views greet you in the morning and colorful sunsets relax you each evening. Dolphins play,
This 2 Bedroom 2 Bath Direct Gulf Front Condo is spectacular. You will not find a condo with a larg
Madeira Norte condominium building sits directly on the white sands of the Gulf of Mexico. Our 940
Beautiful 1 Bedroom Condo at Madeira Beach Yacht Club Madeira Beach
This is a serene 1 bedroom condo on the intercoastal waterway with a unique view of sailboats and ca
Seaview 305...PARADISE… On a beautiful stretch of private, white sandy beach in the western Gulf o
Newly renovated 2/2 located on the gulf of Madeira Beach, FL directly across from John's pass boardw
Beautiful views right on the beach....Dine on the balcony and take in a gorgeous sunset. This 1285 s
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Madeira Beach, Florida is located on Florida's beautiful Gulf Coast and is blessed with miles of gorgeous white sand beaches that boast that "Old Florida" feel yet Madeira Beach is part of the Tampa Bay region, one of the nations fastest growing metro areas. Mad Beach offers you and your family a quiet "laid back" atmosphere while being just a short drive from Florida's major theme parks.
Madeira Beach, Florida was first settled by the Timucan Indians around 300 A.D. The Timucan established small communities and traded with other Indian Nations until the arrival of Spaniard Panfilio de Narvaez in 1528.
The area slowly became populated by Europeans and their descendants who primarily lived in beach shacks and eeked out a living by fishing and harvesting turtles.
The "Great Gale" of 1848 created John's Pass on the Island's south end which is now home to the world famous John's Pass Village.