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Sugar-white sand and emerald green water welcomes you home!
Pensacola Beach, one of the top beaches in the US, is not only a great vacation destination, but also a great place to call home. Whether you want a vacation home or you want to live in paradise permanently, you will find the home that fits your needs and lifestyle.

Pensacola Beach is a barrier island that lies between the Gulf of Mexico and the land, bays and rivers of greater Pensacola. The island has been inhabited since the 1700s when some of the first European settlers called the island home. During the 1800s, Fort Pickens was built to aid in protecting the area. You can still visit this fort as well as other military structures that were used up until World War II. The forts and other structures lie within the Gulf Islands National Seashore which is on both the East and West ends of the island.

The core of the island boast great dining and entertainment options for all members of the family. You will also find a tremendous amount of housing options for your family vacation. From hotels to condominiums to large houses, you will find just what you’re looking for in vacation housing. If you are looking to call Pensacola Beach home, there are plenty of options available. From older beach style homes, to luxury condominiums to multi-million dollar waterfront homes, Pensacola Beach has it all.


Dining, entertainment, sports, shopping and more.

Pensacola Beach has all the things that make your vacation enjoyable. Head to the Boardwalk where you can enjoy several great restaurants and bars. There’s also plenty of shopping and a great beach for the little ones. Head to Flounders and enjoy some great beach front dining. If water sports are more your thing, there a plenty of options. From watercraft rental to parasailing, the beach has got you covered. Head across to the Gulf side and you will find just as many great options. Try your hand at fishing on the pier that stretches almost 1500 feet out over the Gulf. Catch some rays on the huge beach with sugar-white sands or head to one of the restaurants for some great food, drink and entertainment. As you head west towards Fort Pickens, don’t forget to stop by Peg Leg Pete’s for some of the best food around. For more information. go to Visit Pensacola Beach.

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