Insider Tips for Watching a Blue Angels Practice
Wondering about the best ways to catch the Blue Angels at their practices? Look no further, everything you need to know is below to grab the best spot for the show.
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Our sugar sand beaches are just the beginning of your vacation experience when you visit Pensacola. Discover nearly 500 years of history, unique shopping, and luxurious places to stay when you plan a trip to Pensacola, Florida.
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With miles of beaches along our coastline, there are many beach areas to enjoy. Browse our beach access finder to discover your next adventure.
There’s something so peaceful about paddling a vessel in the Pensacola Bay Area and enjoying all that nature has to offer. With rivers, bayous, bays and the Gulf surrounding us — there are many diverse ecosystems and coastal habitats to explore. The Pensacola Bay Area also marks the beginning of the Florida Circumnavigational Saltwater Paddling Trail, so it’s no wonder many enjoy paddling our destination.
Pensacola Beach and Perdido Key both are home to the longest stretch of federally protected seashore in the United States. You'll find endless opportunities for solitude and relaxation and miles of unobstructed views and access to the Gulf. A short hike, bike ride, or kayak trip always ensures a swath of beach, sans humans.
Pensacola is called the “City of Five Flags” because five governments have ruled here, but that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Our culture is a jambalaya of flavors – Native American, African, Latin, European and Asian – each adding to the richness of our shared heritage.
With miles of paved and unpaved trails and boardwalks, there's no shortage of ways to experience the Pensacola Bay Area on foot. Just remember, as you explore, be mindful that you're stepping through Mother Nature’s backyard. Check out some area favorites.