If it’s your first time to Clearwater Beach - you’ll want to stop and walk through Pier 60.  I think of it as “the hub”.  And I love how they decorated it for Christmas!

Eric and I love the Sunsets at Pier 60 - truly a daily festival of activities!  Including movies - so bring a blanket or lawn chair.

Everything is free (except for parking) ... so take your time and enjoy a leisurely family-friendly environment!

Almost directly across the street from Pier 60 is the Marina.  If you’re into parasailing, sunset cruises or dolphin watching - this is where you can find everything you are looking for.

And of course - whether in the marina area on down further along on the beach - there are tons of places to eat or stop to unwind and listen to some live music.  Many of them have extended happy hour specials too!

The beach itself is remarkable.  Incredibly clean.  Soft white sand. 

Rental chairs and umbrellas.  And - Public Restrooms.

The main strip has plenty of side walks and views of motels, hotels and prime real estate.  You can even hop aboard the Jolly Trolley - more on that to come another time!  We’re just getting started!

And then just when you thought it was time to end the day - God showers you with His majestic natural sunsets and rainbows.  And these are just the start of our collection of sunset pictures.  Trust me.

This is just the tip of the iceberg.  Clearwater Beach in it’s entirety is beyond beautiful.  There is something for everyone. 

Our Christmas story is one of hope and one of faith.  And we feel so privileged to be sharing a small piece of our lives with you this season.

Merry Christmas,

Eric & Michelle Sachs