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We drove through on Via De Luna and went all the way to Navarre. This was so beautiful. There were beautiful white sand dunes with tufts of seagrass throughout. This is a great way to experience the nature in the area on a budget.
This area is mostly raw unmessed with sand and dunes, there is a couple parking areas along the road where you can safely park. Its great to get out and see how the area has been left natural for the most part except for places...More
If you like the soft white sands of Pensacola Beach, you really need to head out here. It's everything you love about the beach with 95% fewer people. Walking along the beach and only seeing the ocean and sand is incredible. No people, no condos,...More
We ventured to the stretch at the end of the road from Perdido Key. It was gorgeous, clean, a short walk, and had decent seashells. Lots of wildlife, from seagulls to herrings and jelly fish and decent fishing. My children enjoyed the white sand and...More
Don't leave Pensacola without going to the National Seashore. It's a protected space of blue sky, white sand and not many people. Walk the beach or one of the trails. In spring is best - not many insects, the birds are nesting and a cool...More
Beautiful area on either side of Pensacola Beach. I actually camped at Fort Pickens State Park within the Gulf Islands National Seashore. All of my encounters with the Rangers and staff were great. I had a few questions about where to get this and that...More