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Visitors will find some of the most beautiful beaches in the world at Perdido Key and Pensacola Beach, where blue skies, jewel-green waters and swaying sea oats provide the perfect backdrop for your Florida vacation.

Explore Gulf Islands National Seashore, the longest tract of protected seashore in the United States. Our coast is perfect for fishing, surfing, scuba diving, collecting seashells or just taking it easy. In fact, Pensacola’s beaches have been ranked among the best in the country by TripAdvisor, Dr. Beach and the Travel Channel. Make a plan today to experience the beauty and fun of Pensacola’s beaches for yourself.

Pensacola is proud to call itself home to the Blue Angels, officially known as the U.S. Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron. If you haven't seen the Blue Angels perform aerial stunts at 700 mph, now is your chance!

Add one part activity, one part relaxation and one part value, and you'll see why the Pensacola Bay Area provides the perfect recipe for an amazing and affordable family vacation.

Attractions and activities of every kind - from bike riding to snorkeling to water park rides to pier fishing and learning about the past at historical sites - mean big family fun for visitors. Swimming in gentle surf, building castles on spun-sugar sand and relaxing with loved ones in a casual waterfront restaurant add up to quiet, connected time together. Add to that a reasonable price tag and everyone is happy. Come to the Pensacola Bay Area and discover why it's been named one of the top family-friendly destinations in the United States by Southern Living magazine.

The Pensacola Bay Area is the perfect place to go green and get back to nature. In fact, the Pensacola area has been designated as a hot spot for biodiversity in plant and animal life by the Nature Conservancy.

Guided eco-tours by foot, kayak or boat are available from local outfitters who know where to go to spot wildlife. National and state parks are always fun to explore on your own, and you may be lucky enough to happen upon an amazing sight such as otters on a river bank, an impromptu dolphin show in the Gulf, a sea turtle nest or perhaps a rare sighting of the endangered Snowy Plover.

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Pensacola, Florida- Hugging Florida's northwestern border is Pensacola, where you'll find beaches, fishing, several gorgeous state parks and the National Naval Aviation Museum. The city is serviced by the Pensacola Gulf Coast Regional Airport.

Pensacola Beach Florida- Clear waters and inviting sugar-white sand beckon visitors to Pensacola Beach, whose atmosphere ranges from lively crowds and lifeguards to quiet beaches bordered by wispy sea grass. Pensacola Beach offers an array of shopping, restaurants, beach bars and entertainment - all with minimum travel, traffic and cost.

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Adventures Unlimited
Adventures Unlimited
Adventures Unlimited offers Canoeing, Kayaking, Tubing, and Camping along Coldwater Creek past secluded, sugar white sandbars, through Blackwater River State Forest of Northwest Florida.
National Naval Aviation Museum
National Naval Aviation Museum
The mission of the National Naval Aviation Museum, an official Department of the Navy museum, is to “select, collect, preserve and display historic artifacts relating to the history of Naval Aviation.”
Pensacola Historical Museum
Pensacola Historical Museum
Consisting of twenty-seven properties in the Pensacola National Register Historic District. The T.T. Wentworth, Jr. Florida State Museum, originally the 1908 City Hall building, is a virtual treasure trove of historic artifacts, Americana, and West Florida history.

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