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9 Best Places to Watch The Sunset in Dunedin

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Looking for the best places to watch the sunset in Dunedin?  Look no further!  From restaurant views to free parks, we’ve done our research on places to watch the sunset in Dunedin so you do not have to go searching.

Check out our tips and top recommendations below on the best places to watch the sunset in Dunedin below and let us know which you are going to visit first!

HiFi at Fenway

Nothing makes the sunset even better like an amazing cocktail at the HiFi at Fenway.  This rooftop bar in Dunedin gives you a gorgeous and unobstructed view of the sunset.  High above Dunedin, you get to enjoy your drinks with a unique view of the Caladesi and Honeymoon Islands on the horizon.  So next time you want to enjoy the sunset, visit HiFi for some creative tropical cocktails, local craft beer, curated wines, and delicious small plates!

Monday – Thursday | 4–10PM
Friday | 4–11PM
Saturday | 1–11PM
Sunday | 1–10PM

📍 453 Edgewater Dr, Dunedin, FL 34698

Edgewater Park

If you’re looking for a super kid friendly place to watch the sunset, Edgewater Park is a great option for you!  With a full playground, nice picnic tables, and a water front view, you can watch the sunset surrounded by Edgewater Park’s beautiful greenery.  This park has a beautiful view of the Dunedin Marina, which looks amazing as silhouettes against the Dunedin sunset.  While waiting for the sun to set, you can play in their four acres of field and trails by having a fun field day too!

Open 24 hours

📍 51 Main St, Dunedin, FL 34698

Honeymoon Island

White sand beaches with a breathtaking sunset, this is what we call Honeymoon Island!  Honeymoon Island State Park is one of the Tampa local’s best kept secrets.  This beach is super quiet and calm, away from of all the tourist traps of the popular Tampa Bay beaches.  Next time you want a day at the beach, visit Honeymoon Island to watch the sunset!  It is the perfect way to spend time on the weekend with friends and family.

Open 24 hours

📍 1 Causeway Blvd, Dunedin, FL 34698

The Dunedin Causeway

What is more Tampa Bay than a picnic on the side of the highway?  Nothing, because our highway bridges have beautiful beaches!  Pull over on the Dunedin Causeway to enjoy calm beaches and watch the sunset.  We recommend bringing your dog along to enjoy the show as well!   Next time you are looking for something to do, enjoy a relaxing picnic on the Dunedin Causeway or take part in some fun kayaks while watching an amazing sunset!

Open 24 hours

📍 Causeway Blvd, Dunedin, FL 34698

Josiah Cephus Weaver Park

After finishing up a day of shopping in Downtown Dunedin, make a short trip to Josiah Cephas Weaver Park – a water front park popular with the avid fishers in the area!  We love that you can hang out on their 725 foot fishing pier and watch the sunset while being surrounded by water.  Their shaded picnic areas are the perfect way to enjoy some food amongst the ambiance created by this special sunset.  If you’re looking to something to do as well, bring the canoes along!  This park features a canoe and kayak launch so you can enjoy the view from in the water.

Daily | 7AM–7PM

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Caladesi Island

Known for being one of the untouched islands in the Gulf Coast, Caladesi Island is a perfect oasis right here in Tampa Bay.  The sunset here is stunning, but it does take some extra work!  Caladesi Island is only accessible by boat or kayak, and yes, it is worth the trip!  The beaches here are breathtaking, with crystal blue water, natural palm trees, and mangrove trees.  For a true paradise experience, you need to visit Caladesi Island!

Open 24 hours

📍 1 Causeway Blvd, Dunedin, FL 34698

Bon Appetit

We all know that sometimes Florida is way too hot to enjoy outdoors on some days.  Bon Appetit, a local upscale seafood restaurant, saves the day by offering a way to enjoy the sunset indoors!  Their dining room features huge windows that provide an unobstructed view of the Gulf and the horizon in the distance.

While enjoying the sunset, you can enjoy some food that is just as amazing!  Their seafood dishes are to die for, creating an elegant spin on some of your favorite types of seafood. For those looking to celebrate an upcoming anniversary or special occasion, you can make a dining reservation with their Chef’s Waterfront Table for Two to enjoy a private waterfront table for two with stunning views of St. Joseph’s Sound.

Daily | 12PM-9PM

📍 148 Marina Plaza, Dunedin, FL 34698

Marker 8

Marker 8 is Dunedin’s best tiki bar, with palm leaf topped umbrella seating, cold drinks, and a cool patio overlooking the water.  Their casual vibe is perfect when you want a restaurant experience for the sunset, but don’t want an upscale experience.  From their signature Cuban sandwich to their huge cheeseburgers, it is beach food at it’s finest! With bartenders mixing up the yummiest Rum Runner cocktails in the area, a night at Market 8 gives you the perfect tropical Florida experience right here in Dunedin.

Daily | 12PM–10PM

📍 1420 Bayshore Blvd, Dunedin, FL 34698

Dunedin Pier

Last but not least is the Dunedin Pier, located at the Dunedin Marina.  This is a great option for all those who love to fish!  This pier is famous amongst the locals as the best place to relax and do some great fishing.   Next time you want to do some fishing, this has to be the next spot for you!  We love that this long pier jets into the water so you get a beautiful view of the Dunedin buildings looking back at your.  With this type of scenery, it creates an unforgettable sunset!

Open 24 Hours

📍 Dunedin, FL 34698

Places to Watch The Sunset in Dunedin to Catch a Beautiful View

Excited about exploring places to watch the sunset in Dunedin? Let us know your favorite by tagging @StuffToDoInTampaBay on Instagram and Facebook!

Jacky Saunders

Jacky Saunders

Jacky is a blogger for the Stuff to Do in Tampa Bay City Guide. For more insight on the best events and things to do in the Tampa Bay area, download the UNATION app and follow @StufftoDoinTampaBay on Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, Pinterest, and TikTok.

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