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Recent Pensacola Beach reviews

  • amazing getaway!!

    "The Nguyen family was amazing and so accomodating. Condo was spectacular! Views amazing! Couldn't be happier with our stay! Going back soon!!!"
    Guest: Allie Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 10, 2014
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  • Family Friendly!

    "Great townhome. Great location. Nothing I would change. We have a wonderful time!!"
    Guest: Jayme Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: June 18, 2014
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  • Loved It!

    "We stayed at this lovely property in mid-April. It is located in the heart of Pensacola Beach, which means easy walking to the beach, the pier, or to shops and restaurants (but be sure to use designated crosswalks!). It does not face the beach, but the balcony faces west and overlooks the bay and a small harbor. What wonderful sunsets! The management was pleasant and easy to work with. Be prepared to get lots of information at registration - there are keys and codes for everything - the gate, the entrance, the door, the elevator, the beach . . . lol. You do feel secure! The property is not as well stocked as some other rentals we have used, so be sure to bring your own hair dryer, beach towels, spices, etc. Loved the comfortable, upscale décor and comfey beds. The only downside to the property is that bass and music can be heard into the wee hours from the nearby properties (seems to be only on weekends, at least when we were there); I'm a heavy sleeper, so it did not bother me like it did my husband."
    Guest: Suepete Date of Stay: April 2014 Review Submitted: May 11, 2014
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  • Lots of space

    "We had a great time during this vacation which included a decent amount of time in the condo due to weather and young kids. The condo is extremely kid friendly by providing plastic dinnerware, books, games, etc. Additionally, this property is not full of things for them to break. There is separation between each of the bedrooms with the kids' room being the furthest from the den which is great for nap times. Since we knew this property was well stocked with kid stuff, we were able to cut down on packing a bunch of baby gear. We walked to restaurants at night, which added another level of convenience. There are liquor stores within walking distance too in the case you run out adult beverages! Basically this condo provides for a laid back stay, which is exactly what I want for a beach vacation."
    Guest: Alicia V. Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: October 8, 2014
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Pensacola Beach Travel Tips

On Santa Rosa Island you'll find the idyllic oasis of Pensacola Beach where snow-white beaches, swaying palm trees and gorgeous water views stretch as far as the eye can see. Whether you're looking for some peaceful solitude or a fun-filled family vacation, Pensacola Beach is sure to deliver.

Of course there's plenty of shoreline for you to enjoy, but when you need a break from the waterfront, Pensacola Beach is filled with excellent eateries where you can sample fresh seafood and other delicious meals. There are also tons of opportunities for hiking, biking, kayaking and other outdoor activities as well as cultural attractions to explore.

Things to Do

- Fort Pickens: History and war buffs will love a trip to Fort Pickens, named after Revolutionary war hero Andrew Pickens. The fort was built in 1834 and was an active military base until 1947. It's the largest of four forts built to defend Pensacola and the only one that was never occupied by Confederates during the Civil War. Today you can visit this historic site and learn about its military role.

- National Naval Aviation Museum: Pensacola Beach is home the to National Naval Aviation Museum, which is the biggest naval aviation museum in the world as well as one of the most-visited attractions in Florida. And it's perfect for budget-conscious travelers because admission is free. You'll learn about the history of Naval aviation and see more than 150 fully restored aircraft from the Navy, Coast Guard and Marine Corps. If you visit the museum on a Tuesday or Wednesday morning from March through November, you can watch the famous Blue Angels practice flying and aerial stunts.

- Pensacola Museum of Art: Art aficionados will definitely want to plan a trip to the Pensacola Museum of Art, which was founded in 1954. The collections focus mainly on work from the 20th century and modern and contemporary art in mediums such as painting, sculpture, paperwork, African tribal art and American and European glass. Some of the artists you'll see as you peruse the space include Salvador Dali, Fairfield Porter, Milton Avery, John Marin, Thomas Hart Benton, Alex Katz and more.

- Historic Pensacola Village: Step back in time and experience what life was like in previous years with a visit to Historic Pensacola Village. This spot features 27 properties found in the Pensacola National Register of Historic District, and 11 of these are open to the public. This part of the city provides visitors with a realistic look at the history of the area through exhibits, programs and museum tours. While you're here, take a tour of the Barkley House. Guides will you lead along the amazing architecture found on Zaragoza Street toward the home. Barkley House, built in 1825, is the oldest example high-house in Pensacola Beach that is still standing. Here you'll learn about the Barkley family, see what Pensacola was like during the American Territorial Period and enjoy the unbeatable views from the home.

Dining in Pensacola Beach

- Peg Leg Pete's: Dining out is always a fun activity on vacation, and Peg Leg Pete's is a top choice for residents and visitors alike. If you're looking for tasty seafood dishes, you'll find a variety of options, from oysters to clams, snow crabs and calamari. Meat lovers - don't fear- the menu features chicken and steak as well. Pete's creates a fun, relaxed atmosphere where something catchy is always playing on the jukebox, or sometimes there's live music in the dining room. Hospitality is important at Pete's, so you can be sure the service will be top-notch.

- Native Cafe: Another terrific option is Native Cafe, which as the name would imply, is owned and operated by natives of the area. In fact, the cafe is now run by fifth-generation residents of Pensacola, all in the Brown family, which include parents Joyce and Charles and their kinds Josef, Jesse and Arin. The eatery opens at 7:30 a.m. every day, so it's a wonderful place to start the day with a great breakfast like eggs benedict, pancakes, French toast or an omelet. Native Cafe serves lunch and dinner as well, so if you love breakfast foods, come back later for round two! Burgers, po' boys, fish tacos and seafood gumbo are all choices on the menu.

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