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Recent Perdido Key reviews

  • Rest, relaxation & extraordinary views

    "This condo is exactly like the pictures! It is very CLEAN, easy to get in & out of traffic-wise, and has an amazing 7th floor view of the Gulf. My husband & I had a wonderful weekend of just sitting on the beach, walking, and enjoying the view from the balcony. This building may be older than most on the beach, i.e., not a high-rise. It is very well kept & there was nothing that I would change about it. The bunk beds would be great for kids 10 & under!! We have stayed in OB & GS many, many times & this is by far my favorite!! I will definitely be back!!"
    Guest: Collins Date of Stay: April 2015 Review Submitted: April 27, 2015
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  • Great, Convenient Condo

    "This condo is great, just what we needed. Don't expect anything extraordinary, just know that it'll meet your needs during your stay. Perfect location on the beach, and great views from the balcony. We have a 2 year old, and I want to note a few things for future renters: glass coffee table, glass book shelves, and glass end tables, and walk-in shower."
    Guest: Nancy D. Date of Stay: May 2015 Review Submitted: May 20, 2015
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  • Great Condo - right on the beach!

    "We were on a golf trip so we didn't visit the beach at all but the view of the beach was amazing. Very nice place clean and well appointed, better than a hotel. The condo owner was great and provided lots of info to help make the stay great. I'd definitely stay here again next time we're down in the Pensacola - Perdido Key area. Plenty of restaurants within a few minutes drive, as well as grocery and pharmacy - which is always a concern when traveling we don't like to be far from civilization. Flora Bama bar was a hoot a definite must. Cobalt was a great upscale restaurant. Regarding the weather forecast, we were there in April, 90% chance of rain does not mean it will rain all day, it just means at some point during the day there might be a shower blowing through. For golf courses you'll need to be a single digit handicap to play the local Lost Key because there are hazard areas lining both sides of most fairways and near greens and they're way way too close its simply not fair. Kiva Dunes is just across the border into Alabama and is a great course very playable."
    Guest: Golfer Greg Date of Stay: April 2015 Review Submitted: April 29, 2015
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  • Now, Nothing Else Will Do.

    "This was our third vacation on Perdido Key in four years .. and our first visit to Indigo. We've enjoyed all the wonderful beach condos we've stayed at. But this time my wife and I stepped up to a resort experience (minus the bartender) and I've been informed that "At last, this is it!" For little more expense than the other places, Wanda's condo is stylish, comfortably casual, and cleaner than some 4-star hotels we've stayed in. We were able to relax immediately. Quality is obvious everywhere you look - the higher-end furnishings, top appliances, even the kitchen gadgets. Pampering us with all those well-considered homey comforts was highly appreciated! Indigo itself was stunning this time of year. Near-perfect temps and the jasmine was in full bloom around the pool area. I swear we caught wafts of it up on the 11th floor balcony! The grounds and all facilities are in proper care and immaculate. We checked in 'after hours' and were promptly accommodated by the Security staff who presented our Welcome Packet and showed us the way to the elevator that opened to that comforting, secure private foyer - my wife was immediately sold on the place before we ever stepped through the front doors (double doors, by the way). And it just got better from there. Thanks again Wanda for sharing your lovely place with us!"
    Guest: Mark J. Date of Stay: April 2015 Review Submitted: May 9, 2015
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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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