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Recent Perdido Key reviews

  • Perdido Sun 506

    "Very nice condo. Good view of gulf beach. A little crowded on the beach due to multiple condos too close together. Didn't like having to go to a separate building down the road to get the condo key, but it wasn't too far away. I went with two other girls, and the condo was a bit crowded; one of us had to sleep on the couch. I would suggest just 2 people staying here. The bedroom and bathroom were very nice; actually the whole place was nice and would have been spacious for 2 people."
    Guest: Lou Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: June 30, 2014
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  • Great place!

    "My husband and I just spent a week here and it was great. Mike was very accessible both before and during our stay. We had just a couple of minor issues that did not effect our stay (a couple of burned out bulbs). This place is in the middle of beautiful Perdido Key, and the condo is an end unit just steps from the beach. Best bargain! It isn't fancy but if it was you would be paying much more. Will definitely stay here again! I read some of the other reviews. We have already gotten our deposit back, bed very comfy but take your own pillow if you are picky, did not smell musty nor was it "damp". Plenty of room to unpack our stuff and we had a very enjoyable stay. The only reason I gave 4 instead of 5 stars is because it could do with some upgrades, but if the owner were to make upgrades, I would expect to pay more. The pictures accurately show the condo."
    Guest: Sara M. Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: October 10, 2014
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  • Great week on the Beach.

    "Clean and well appointed. Spectacular views. I will defintely return."
    Guest: David C. Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: October 7, 2014
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  • Amazing and Perfect!!

    "This vacation was just simply amazing!! The extras and convenience of this home are out of this world! While the beach was less than a 5 minute walk, we actually enjoyed the dock so much that we barely left it! There are sand toys, beach chairs, an ice machine, pots, pans and so much more!! Bring extra trash bags, paper towels, laundry soap and beach towels. That's seriously all that's needed to be right at home!!"
    Guest: tamela S. Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 10, 2014
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Perdido Key Travel Tips

The stunning locale of Perdido Key is located near the state's border with Alabama. Although it is no more than a few hundred yards wide in most places, Perdido Key is 16 miles long and stretches from Perdido Pass Bridge to Santa Rosa Island near Pensacola. Nearly 60 percent of the key is located in federal or state parks and one of the last unblemished stretches of land in the Florida Panhandle.

The literal translation of Perdido Key is "Lost Key." It was given its name by the Spanish who discovered the land in 1693. Bridges connect it to the Florida mainland and neighboring communities. This "lost" community is definitely a sight to be seen and worth the travel over bridges and through the wilderness.

Perdido Key's average temperature is 75 degrees Fahrenheit, so it's never a bad time to plan a trip here. There is also an average of 343 days of sunshine, making is easy to enjoy the weather and relax in Perdido Key's laid-back, beachy lifestyle.

Perdido Key Attractions

Water recreation is a must when staying in Perdido Key. You can go on sailing adventures, cast a line, dive right into the ocean, lie on the beach or head out on the water for a dolphin cruise. With miles of beach and sand, you're guaranteed to find the perfect place to relax as you watch the water rush up the shore and back into the Gulf of Mexico.

Golf is popular in Perdido Key and there are several clubs and courses nearby to give you the fix you're looking for. Even those who just want to practice their swing will enjoy the many clubs Perdido Key has to offer, including Lost Key Golf Club, Perdido Bay Golf Club and Marcus Pointe Golf Club. These are some of the best courses in Florida with Marcus Pointe's 18-hole, par-72 layout a clear favorite with visitors. The fairways and banks here are perfect for those of all skill levels.

Step back in time with a visit to Historic Pensacola Village. Located just outside of Perdido Key, the village preserves the area's past. There are summer camps and an annual History Fair. Guided tours are available and will lead you through T.T. Wentworth, Jr. Florida State Museum, Pensacola Children's Museum and the Barkley House.

Things to Do in Perdido Key

Dining: You'll enjoy the freshest seafood in Perdido Key. Flora-Bama Lounge and Package, Shrimp Basket of Florida, Rib Shak BBQ, The Jellyfish Restaurant and Tiki Bar and Grill at Purple Parrot are all delicious eateries to choose from. Head over to Pensacola and dine in at Big Fish Restaurant, Boogie, Inc. and Bell Luna Bistro and Pizzeria. Fisherman's Corner, The Original Point Restaurant, Trigger's Seafood, Joe Patti's Seafood and J.W. Finz Fresh Fish House are all found in Pensacola and nearby Orange Beach, Ala.

Shopping: Villagio Perdido offers art, shopping and even more dining options. Grab yourself a souvenir at Beach Planet or a piece of local artwork at Artworks Studio and Gallery. Glitters by the Beach sells women's accessories such as handbags and jewelry. If you hit Villagio early in the morning, stop by Island Tie Deli for breakfast, coffee and sandwiches.

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