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About Pensacola Beach

Pensacola Beach, Florida is a sliver of sugar-white sandy coastline making up part of the barrier island, Santa Rosa Island. Surrounded by turquoise waters and famous for its pristine beaches, Pensacola Beach is a world famous destination set in the Gulf of Mexico. This beach community offers a variety of shopping options, numerous restaurants and a wide range of water activities that will ensure your vacation is carefree and relaxing. When you want to experience everything the Gulf Coast has to offer, you should head to Pensacola Beach, Florida. 


Pensacola Beach sees more than 300 sunny days a year on average and has inviting weather year long. Although it boasts overall comfortable temperatures year round, unlike many parts of Florida this area does experience all four seasons with temperatures fluctuating from month to month. In the summer, sea breezes gently grace beachgoers keeping the area at moderately warm temperatures, while visitors in the winter can expect temperatures slightly higher than inland areas as a result of the surrounding waters.  

Things to do

Part of the picturesque Emerald Coast, Pensacola Beach is home to some of the world’s best beaches. Quietwater Beach, often referred to as “mom’s beach,” is a favorite among visitors and is known for its calm, shallow, clear waters perfect for visits from families. Pensacola Beach is also home to a portion of the Gulf Islands National Seashore where visitors can enjoy swimming, snorkeling and other aquatic activities in the emerald waters. Rent a boat or simply wade into the water for fun in the ocean. 

The National Naval Aviation Museum is a perfect rainy day activity that gives out-of-towners a hands-on history lesson. Home to immaculately restored aircrafts, impressive artifacts and thrilling flight simulators, the museum will incite the spirit of Naval Aviation in you. Nearby Fort Pickens also offers a break from the beach with trails that wind through the massive masonry fort.

Big Lagoon State Park is one of Florida’s most popular attractions. It offers soft sand and salty marshes to explore as well as a host of bird-watching opportunities. This versatile area is home to many activities including hiking, swimming, camping, and canoeing.If you would like to visit an amusement park, Sam’s Fun City & Surf City offers more than 40 rides and attractions for the entire family to enjoy. This location has four go-kart ...

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