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Discover Pensacola in the Florida Panhandle
Located on the most northwestern coast of the Florida Panhandle, the Pensacola Bay Area is famous for its natural beauty, laid-back vibe, and historic culture. Locals and tourists alike appreciate the wide array of activities and adventures that await in the beach town. Frolic on miles and miles of golden sandy beaches and hit the emerald waters of the bay and Gulf of Mexico.
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From the lively of the uptown area to the brick-paved sidewalks of downtown, find yourself visiting countless museums, art galleries, fine restaurants, fishing piers, and of course the beach. Known for their sugar-soft white sand, Pensacola Beach has been named one of the top 25 best beaches in the US, and the Gulf Islands National Seashore offers some of the best fishing and boating in the area. Paddle out and enjoy the view, as paddle boarding has taken over Pensacola. For classic beach fun, head to Quietwater Beach Boardwalk, while divers have a blast beneath the sea at the world’s largest artificial reef just offshore.
Often called "The City of Five Flags," Pensacola, FL has a proud military heritage, which is prevalent at attractions like the National Museum of Naval Aviation and the Pensacola Naval Air Station. If Top Gun is a movie favorite, then Pensacola is the place for you. Not only do all naval pilots train here, but it is also home to the Blue Angels Naval aerobatics team.
Stroll through the historic Pensacola Village and get a glimpse of Pensacola’s heritage while visiting over 30 historic sites, museums, and galleries. Take a guided walking tour of 19th-century homes and the 1832 Old Christ Church to explore the preserved Colonial town.