Clearwater Beach Spring Break 2019

Clearwater Beach Spring Break 2019

Spring Break will be here before we know it! If you do not have plans yet, it is time to start planning your Clearwater Beach Spring Break trip! Clearwater Beach is an award-winning location for Spring Break and places to stay fill up quickly. Reserve a Clearwater Beach beachfront condo today!

Clearwater Beach Spring Break: Where To Stay

All beachfront condos and hotels on Clearwater Beach can be reached quickly from the nearby airports.

Beachfront Condos

Surfside Condominiums and The Villas of Clearwater Beach are family-friendly, beachfront condos on North Clearwater Beach. Both Surfside Condominiums and The Villas of Clearwater Beach have 3 bed/2 bath and 2 bed/2 bath condos available. Each condo features private balconies directly overlooking Clearwater Beach, fully equipped kitchens, individual heating and cooling controls, laundry facilities inside each condo, bed linens, bath linens, hair blow dryer, cable TV & WiFi, beach towels and chairs, private / reserved parking spot and access to the heated swimming pool at each building.

Premium units also come with new 60″ HD flat screen TVs in the living rooms with added HD channels, new windows and doors which reduces exterior noise and new flooring, and remodeled kitchens and bathrooms.

Clearwater Beach Hotels

Surfside Condominiums and The Villas of Clearwater Beach rent for a full week or longer. If you’re looking for a short Clearwater Beach Spring Break trip, check out these beautiful Clearwater Beach Hotels.

Clearwater Beach Spring Break: Things To Do:

Clearwater Beach is known for its soft white sand, and calm ocean waves. Enjoy it all with the beautiful Clearwater Beach weather! If you’re taking an early Spring Break trip to Clearwater Beach you’ll enjoy the beautiful March temperatures in the mid to upper 70°s. If you’re taking a later Spring Break trip in April, you’ll reach into the upper 70°s and low 80°s. It’s the perfect weather to lounge in the warm sun, play in the ocean or pool, or even walk to Caladesi Island.

There’s a small chance of rain in March in April. If you catch a rainy day on your Clearwater Beach Spring Break trip don’t worry. There are plenty of fun indoor activities in the area including visiting Winter The Dolphin at the Clearwater Marine Aquarium and the Museum of Science & Industry in Tampa.

Spring Break matches MLB’s Spring Training. Catch a game right in Clearwater, Florida! Clearwater hosts the Spring Training for the Philadelphia Phillies!

After a warm day in the sun, cool down and enjoy a beautiful Clearwater Beach Sunset. There are gorgeous sunset views all over the area, including a daily Sunset Festival at Pier 60 featuring local artists, crafts, street performers, and even free outdoor movies after sunset!

More Nearby Events:

Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg: March 8 – 10, 2019

Valspar Championship: March 18 – 24, 2019

Grand Prix of Gulfport: March 29 – 31, 2019

Pier 60 Sugar Sand Festival: April 12 – 28, 2019

Tampa Bay Blues Festival: April 12 – 14, 2019

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    Flor Ori says:

    I came to this beach because it was rated #1 In lorida. I then came to find that this beach had a very strong odor of algae or fish. Either way, it was unpleasant. On top of that, the water was a dark green. I just want to know if I came at the wrong time or if it is always like this. I would also like to know if there is another beach that does not have these characteristics. ??

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      Brad Wester says:

      The odor and color/lack of clarity of the water you experienced is not normal for Clearwater Beach. I can’t say for sure what the cause of these were, but it is far from normal. The odor may have been caused by Red Tide. Red Tide impacted almost all of the Gulf Coast of Florida this past year. While Red Tide started further south, the current did carry it up to Clearwater Beach for a short amount of time. The lack of clarity in the water can occur from time to time, usually after a strong storm. Even if a strong storm passes by in the Gulf of Mexico without impacting Clearwater Beach. The storms can change the tides and with stronger waves, sand may stir into the water resulting in a decrease in water clarity.

      I don’t know when you were visiting Clearwater Beach, but a combination of Red Tide and a strong storm may have caused these issues. This past year Clearwater Beach was impacted by Red Tide at the same time Hurricane Michael traveled up the Gulf of Mexico before making landfall in the Mexico Beach, FL area. These characteristics are uncommon but may occur at any/all beaches.

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