The Pensacola Bay Area offers visitors the best of both worlds: miles of sun-drenched, sugar-white beaches alongside a historic town rich with culture and Southern hospitality. It’s the perfect blend for an ideal getaway.
Resting on the banks of Pensacola Bay, the quaint downtown takes visitors back in time. Pensacola offers visitors 450 years of history, innovative coastal cuisine, art and culture, unique shopping and many festivals throughout the year celebrating everything from music and food to art and Mardi Gras.
Located on Santa Rosa Island, one of the world’s longest barrier islands, Pensacola Beach has an old Florida feel with natural beaches, local hangouts, first-rate fishing and historic Fort Pickens.
Spanish for “lost island,” Perdido Key encompasses federal and state parks abundant with wetlands, estuaries and wildlife.
The area has an annual average temperature of 75 degrees Fahrenheit and 343 days of sunshine.