Send a Message
About the Bradenton / Sarasota Area
The city of Bradenton, Florida was first established in 1842, with its name originally being spelled as “Braidentown.” It was a slow build-up as the town began to grow over the next century. It wasn’t until 1943 when what we know as the current city of Bradenton was merged with the city of Manatee. There’s still an astonishing collection of restored historic buildings from Manatee County’s past, including a courthouse, a one-room schoolhouse, a farmhouse, and more. Bradenton is also home to the renovated neighborhood known as the Village of the Arts. The culture and art scene is a large part of Bradenton’s gorgeous views of the Manatee River. Bradenton is also close to unforgettable Gulf beach communities such as Anna Maria Island and Longboat Key.
Sarasota is a larger city than Bradenton and lies within Sarasota County. Early American Indians and then European settlers inhabited the area for its bounty of seafood and access to trade routes and sheltered bays. The city itself was incorporated in 1902 with a booming population of 52. Growth accelerated in the early 1900’s, influenced by the Ringling family’s (of Ringling Circus fame) investment into the community.
Attractions in the Bradenton / Sarasota Area
Downtown Bradenton & Riverwalk
River Run Golf Links
The Bishop Museum of Science and Nature
Sarasota Downtown & Beaches
Marie Selby Botanical Gardens
Van Wezel Performing Arts Center
John & Mable Ringling Museum of Art
Driving Directions to Our Bradenton / Sarasota Area Office
About the Naples / Bonita Springs Area
Established as a city in 1999, Bonita Springs, Florida is known for its outstanding Gulf Coast beaches and parks. This includes the secluded Little Hickory Island Beach Park and Bonita Beach Park. Up north lies Lovers Key State Park, which is perfect for swimming and kayaking. If you look closely, you can catch sightings of manatees and dolphins. The Everglades Wonder also has fantastic orchids, parrots, and reptiles. Bonita Springs is also part of the Cape Coral-Fort Myers Metropolitan area. The city sits on both Estero Bay and the Gulf of Mexico and has the Imperial River flowing through downtown and onto Estero Bay.
To the south of Bonita Springs, the larger city of Naples is a dynamic, growing city with an abundance of arts & culture for residents and visitors. Before European settlers, the Calusa Indians lived in the area for several thousand years. The city was incorporated in the late 1880s. Today, Naples' economy is primarily driven by land development and tourism. Primary attractions are a dynamic downtown scene, golf, beaches, arts & culture, including the Naples Zoo, the Naples Botanical Garden, and much more.
Attractions in the Naples / Bonita Springs Area
Driving Directions to our Naples / Bonita Springs Area Office
Check Out Our Authority Directory
Leave Us a Review!