Pensacola beach, white sands and blue water.
If white sand and blue water beaches are to your liking, then Pensacola Beach is the right place for you.
I have been going to these beaches all my life. One memory that has always stood out is the cross.
Whether swimming, surfing, or fishing there is plenty to do here.
When at Pensacola Beach,the pier is a good place to start your fishing trip.
If you came to do some fishing, you can find a secluded stretch of beach and cast your line
in the Gulf of Mexico. There is also the fishing pier, at 1471 feet, it is the gulf's
longest.Catches include Cobia, King and Spanish Mackerel, Pompano, Mahi Mahi, Redfish, Flounder,
The kids will have a blast here too. There are go carts, miniture golf,and wave runner rentals for the
adults at Bonifay Water Sports and go carts which the kids will love. The staff is
friendly and helpful. At this beach, there is fun for all. See you there.
If you've been out in the sun for awhile and would like something
cold to drink, you could stop by The Dock (pictured below). There is an outdoor bar serving cold drinks including beer. The bar is also shady and in full view of the beach. It is handicap accessible from the parking lot.
When you arrive be sure to check out the tourist information center. Follow the street into the beach
and it will be on your right. I stopped in for some pamphlets that the local businesses post here.
I also picked up a map that shows where these are located.
If you get hungry while at the beach stop by Flounder's Chowder
House. They have been voted Best Seafood Restaurant by the locals. Founded in 1979, this is your beach connection for fresh gulf seafood. There is also a kid's play area on their beach. They are on your left when you reach the main intersection.
One last thing to mention, please heed the warning signs. The warning colors represent flags that are flying on poles around the beach areas.
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