Located near South Tampa's well-known Bay to Bay Boulevard, Palma Ceia homes, apartments, and condominiums provide easy access to Bayshore Boulevard, MacDill Avenue, Dale Mabry Highway, and the Lee Roy Selmon Crosstown Expressway. This is a tight-knight community where neighbors know each other and delight in their community.
Parents will likely be impressed by H.B. Plant High School, home of the Panthers, located in the heart of Palma Ceia. Built in 1926, Plant High School offers a renowned International Baccalaureate program and was recently ranked as the 38th best high school in the nation. Plant regularly lands on Newsweek's list of America's top 100 high schools.
The Palma Ceia Golf and Country Club opened in 1916 and features an 18-hole golf course among other amenities for members. The area also features two public parks. Fred Ball Park is located on Bayshore Boulevard and includes picnic areas while Palma Ceia Park, one of the city's dog parks, features a playground, along with grills and a picnic area.
Palma Ceia is a food-lovers' delight, offering a wide variety of restaurants along Bay to Bay and MacDill. You can start your morning on the right foot with a trip to the beloved Pinky's Diner. If you see a line outside, keep in mind that it's well worth the wait. Or if you just can't wait, walk to Datz and Dough, or Pach's. Other favorites include Pane Rustica, Café BT, Osteria Natalina and JoTo's. It's a veritable United Nations of food options. So much food, so little time.
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