Florida’s Gulf Coast – Come for Treatment, Stay for Vacation.
Gulf Coast Ketamine Center is located in the Sarasota-Manatee area – one of Florida’s most beautiful vacation destinations. Florida’s Gulf Coast offers visitors an eclectic blend of culture and fine dining venues, circus thrills, pristine beaches and a wide array of shopping opportunities.
Sarasota is a city located in Sarasota County on Florida’s southwestern coast. The city is located at the southern end of the Tampa Bay Area, north of Naples, Fort Myers and Punta Gorda.
Sarasota County anchors the middle of Florida’s western coast, approximately 60 miles south of Tampa Bay. It includes the cities of Sarasota, Venice, North Port and the Town of Longboat Key.
- The county is home to approximately 390,000 permanent residents; more than 476,000 during the winter months.
- The community encompasses 725 square miles of land and is surrounded by 37 miles of open shoreline along the beautiful Gulf of Mexico.
- Endowed with inspiring natural beauty, an appealing climate and world-class arts and culture, this coastal paradise has superior schools, significant medical research and education facilities.
Downtown Sarasota: One of the nation’s best regional arts destinations, downtown Sarasota offers a wide array of specialty boutiques, cultural activities, fine dining and lively attractions.
Lakewood Ranch Main Street: Enjoy an outdoor venue that offers stylish boutiques, international flavors from a variety of restaurants, and entertainment for the entire family. The Lakewood Ranch Cinemas play host to a world of on-screen attractions, from unique art films to the latest blockbusters.
St. Armands Circle: Enjoy a casual stroll amid a unique collection of eclectic boutiques and shops, where small-community charm meets the shopping power of a cosmopolitan city.
University Town Center Mall (UTC): The area’s ultimate fashion shopping destination, with retailers such as Saks Fifth Avenue, Macy’s, Dillard’s, Pottery Barn, Crate and Barrel, and a selection of restaurants sure to please an array of palates – from The Capital Grille and Seasons 52 to YO! Sushi and the Cheesecake Factory.
Westfield Southgate: Stroll the storefronts, grab a bite or shop to your heart’s content, with retailers such as Macy’s, Cinebistro and more!
John & Mable Ringling Museum of Art: Wander through galleries filled with treasures: old masters, contemporary art and exhibitions from around the world. You can also tour the very famous Ca’ d’Zan Mansion, a magnificent 56-room Venetian Gothic palace and the Ringling’s old family home.
South Florida Museum: The largest natural & cultural museum on Florida’s Gulf Coast and home to “Snooty,” the oldest living manatee born in captivity.
Mote Marine Aquarium: Explore the secrets of the sea through touch pools, viewable-working labs and high-tech interactive exhibits.
Marie Selby Botanical Gardens: A verdant 9-acre respite on Sarasota Bay near downtown showcasing thousands of colorful and exotics plants.
TreeUmph! Adventure Course: Kids of all ages can enjoy Southwest Florida’s only treetop adventure course that spans 10 football fields! Ages 7+ climb, swing, jump & ZIP line – all while 15 to 60 feet up in the air!
- • Anna Maria Beach
- • Bradenton Beach
- • Brohard Beach
- • Caspersen Beach
- • Crescent Beach
- • Holmes Beach
- • Lido Beach
- • Longboat Key
- • Manasota Beach
- • Nokomis Beach
- • Siesta Beach
- • Turtle Beach
- • Venice Beach
Siesta Key Beach – One of the Best Beaches in the World!
It’s always summer in Sarasota County. Maybe that’s why people here are so friendly. It’s hard not to smile with average temperatures at 73° and beaches ranked among the best in the world! Siesta Key Beach is central Sarasota’s gateway to the sparkling waters of the Gulf of Mexico, an island with luxurious amenities with a completely relaxed vibe.
Siesta Key was named #1 in the nation in 2015 by Dr. Beach (Dr. Stephen Leatherman), Director of the Laboratory for Coastal Research at Florida International University and America’s foremost beach expert.
According to Dr. Beach:
“With some of the finest, whitest sand in the world, it attracts sand collectors from all over the world.”
“Siesta Beach in Sarasota boasts that it has the finest and whitest sand in the world, and I cannot argue with this claim; the powdery sand is nearly pure quartz crystal. The beautiful blue-colored water is clean and clear, making it so inviting to bathers and swimmers.”
Just a scenic drive west of Sarasota and home to one of Florida’s most pristine beaches, Lido Key is known for its eco-tourism and sunset cruises. It’s the place to go for deep sea fishing, dolphin watching and sailing. Fine and full-featured resorts welcome you to Lido Key, as do smaller hotels and time-share properties. The seafood is as fresh as can be, and the sunsets are unbeatable. Also located on Lido is St. Armands Circle, a gentrified center of chic boutiques and fine dining establishments.