Visitors access Siesta Key from one of two bridges from mainland Sarasota. Henceforth, getting around is easy. State Route 758 connects the north and south tips of the Key. Ocean Boulevard and Beach Road lead travelers into and around Siesta Key Village. Free and paid parking lots are scattered across the Key. Visit our Maps page for more info or to request a map be mailed.

Siesta Key’s public open-air trolley (Route 77 Siesta Islander) is free for all riders. It is part of Sarasota County’s Breeze transit system. The Siesta Islander operates seven days a week making getting around convenient. The trolley route follows Ocean Boulevard to Beach Road and down Midnight Pass Road. Hop on the trolley at the Gazebo in Siesta Key Village, at any trolley stop between the Villages, or flag down the trolley south of the South Village business district. Drivers on Route 77 are contracted employees and have been instructed not to solicit tips. Please reward above-average service by sending a compliment to [email protected].

Siesta Islander trolley hours: Daily 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Download the Breeze Rider app from Google Play and App Store to view the trolley’s real-time arrival estimates.

Visit the Sarasota County Touring Routes webpage for FAQs about Siesta Islander.

Sarasota County also offers Breeze OnDemand service between the Key and the mainland (at both the north and south bridges) and from tip to tip of Siesta Key. OnDemand operates daily and is only $2.00 per person, per trip. Passengers may request pickup and drop-off at any Siesta Key address. Rides may be booked for 1 to 4 passengers. Other customers may be picked up or dropped off during each trip. Visit the Breeze OnDemand webpage or call 941-300-1553 for more information.

The Sarasota County Route 33 bus servicing Pinecraft to Siesta Key runs during the winter (December to April-ish).