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The Anna Maria Island: A Rich History and Culture

Shipwreck in the ocean
The Anna Maria Island has a long and rich history, dating back to the 1500s when it was
first discovered by European explorers. The island has been home to many different
cultures over the years, including Native Americans, Spanish settlers, pirates, and even
a notorious shipwreck. Today, the island is known for its beautiful beaches and its quaint
old-fashioned charm. Visitors can enjoy plenty of activities ranging from fishing and
swimming to exploring the local shops and restaurants.

The Anna Maria Island has a long and rich history, dating back to the 1500s
when it was first discovered by European explorers.

The Anna Maria Island has a long and rich history, dating back to the 1500s when it was
first discovered by European explorers. The island has been home to many different
cultures over the years, including Native Americans, Spanish settlers, and Floridians.
Each group has left their mark on the island, making it what it is today.

The island has been home to many different cultures over the years,
including Native Americans, Spanish settlers, pirates, and even a notorious
shipwreck.

Situated just off the southern coast of Florida, Anna Maria Island is a small barrier island
that has been home to many different cultures over the years. Native Americans were
the first to settle here, and their heritage can still be seen in some of the island’s place
names. Spanish settlers arrived later, naming the island after Anna Maria Rivera, one of
their early leaders. Pirates also used to frequent these waters, and there are even tales
of a notorious shipwreck that occurred just offshore.

Today, the island is known for its beautiful beaches and its quaint
old-fashioned charm. Visitors can enjoy plenty of activities ranging from
fishing and swimming to exploring the local shops and restaurants.

When most people think of Anna Maria Island, they picture its beautiful beaches and
quaint old-fashioned charm. However, the island has a rich history and culture that is
worth exploring. Visitors can enjoy plenty of activities ranging from fishing and
swimming to exploring the local shops and restaurants. The island is also home to some
unique species of wildlife that you won’t find anywhere else in the world. Whether you’re
looking for a relaxing vacation or an adventure, Anna Maria Island has something to
offer everyone.

Our Resorts

Silver Resorts offers two locations on Anna Maria Island. Bridgewalk, a Landmark Resort, and Silver Surf Gulf Beach Resort.

Bridgewalk Resort

Bridgewalk is located on the quaint, centrally located, Historic Bridge Street and it offers spacious accommodations, most with Jacuzzi tubs and large screened verandas.

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Silver Surf Resort

Silver Surf is an affordable Anna Maria Island resort with a private beach and a friendly, social atmosphere.

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