Madeira Beach is well known for its beautiful 2.5 mile white sand beach, its public beach access, and especially John’s Pass Village and Boardwalk, an exciting fishing village-themed assortment of shops and restaurants with beautiful views of the intracoastal waterway and the gulf. It occupies the southern end of Madeira Beach at John’s Pass, the natural waterway between Madeira Beach and Treasure Island. Familiar restaurant names include Bubba Gump Shrimp Company and Hooters, but many of the smaller eateries are well worth finding. Fair warning: if you eat outdoors on the boardwalk, the seagulls will try to steal your sandwich or ice cream.
John’s Pass Village and Boardwalk on Madeira Beach is where you board Miss John’s Pass, for your dolphin, snorkeling and sightseeing tour to Egmont Key and its famous lighthouse, beautiful beaches and native wildlife; or a half-day deep-sea fishing adventure. This fifty-foot monohull boat can take up to 49 people on our Egmont Key tour. Our boats make a big wake that dolphins love to jump and play in. You will see far more dolphins up close on our tours than anyone else’s tour.
When you're looking for things to do while on vacation, stop at the John's Pass Ticket Booth shop for tickets to fun! The John’s Pass Ticket Booth is located at 12831 Village Boulevard, Madeira Beach, FL 33708, next to Knock on Wood. Call 727-320-5610 for directions and reservations or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. The John's Pass Ticket Booth offers day boat trips to Egmont Key for dolphin watch, shelling and snorkeling; wave-runners, parasailing, eco-tours, motorized kayaks and deep-sea fishing aboard Miss John’s Pass. After enjoying John’s Pass Village and Boardwalk and making your reservations, drive or walk over the John’s Pass bridge and turn left to Gators Cafe where Miss John’s Pass is docked. Gators is a three-tiered waterfront sports bar on John’s Pass that hosts some of the area’s best local bands.
Call 727-320-5610 for directions and reservations.