Clearwater Beach Souvenirs

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Clearwater Beach Souvenirs

When vacationing with us, you may want to bring back a Clearwater Beach souvenir to remember the great trip. Or maybe you’re looking for a gift to surprise family and friends with a fun gift. Here are some great places to buy Clearwater Beach Souvenirs starting with the classic dad comment “Bring me back some sand.”

Clearwater Beach Sand and Shells

Let’s start with the first question, is it legal to bring back sand from Clearwater Beach? I haven’t seen a specific ruling on this, but I believe the answer is no. It is not legal to bring sand back from the beach from the majority of coastal beaches in the United States. With that said, a very small amount of sand and shells is usually not a big deal for tourists to collect. Please check to make sure the shells do not have a live organism in them and aren’t a live organism itself such as starfish and sand dollars. You can also check the Clearwater Beach souvenir shops to find small containers of shells and sand that are already packaged and ready for purchase.

Clearwater Beach Souvenir Shops

Fun Places to Shop Outside of Clearwater Beach

Clearwater Market Marie

Enjoy the Clearwater community and support local vendors at The Market Marie, an outdoor marketplace. The Market Marie is located at 710 Court Street in Downtown Clearwater, Florida – at the intersection of Court & Myrtle. The Market Marie is open on the second Saturday of each month from 10 AM until 4 PM.


John’s Pass

John’s Pass Village and Boardwalk is one of the best shopping areas in the Tampa Bay area. It’s a beautiful outdoor shopping area that offers many local shops, restaurants, and a full marina of cruises, fishing boats, rental boats, kayaks, paddleboards, jet skis, and more!


Dunedin, Florida

Just north of Clearwater Beach, you’ll find Dunedin, Florida. Located less than 30 minutes from Clearwater Beach, Dunedin is known for its delicious food paired with a relaxed, friendly small-town atmosphere. The downtown Dunedin area is filled with restaurants, coffee shops, ice cream shops, and fun little storefronts.


Tarpon Springs, Florida

A little further north of Dunedin, Florida you’ll find the Greek Sponge docks in Tarpon Springs, Florida. The beautiful Greek village has the highest percentage of Greek Americans of any city in the United States. Enjoy a short trip to Tarpon Springs and experience delicious Greek food, quaint local shops, and walks down the sponge docks. You’ll find stores filled with amazing souvenirs including sponges, soups, clothing, cigars, artwork, and more!

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