Gulf Breeze is a city on the Fairpoint Peninsula in Santa Rosa County, Florida, United States and is a suburb of Pensacola which lies to the north, across Pensacola Bay. The population was 5,763 at the 2010 census and by July 2016, that had increased to an estimated 6,466.
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This 50-acre wildlife sanctuary is perfect for families.
The Gulf Breeze Zoo was a very pleasant surprise. It is spread over a large area with easy walking trails and even a miniature train that runs through a part of the property. The grounds and enclosures were well kept and the animals appeared to be healthy. A great time was had by grandparents, parent, and teenage girl. Admission is pretty healthy but our daughter and granddaughter got season memberships that were quite reasonable and would represent a savings if going more than a couple of times a year.
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Located on Santa Rosa Island, Pensacola Beach is a popular spot for family vacations.
Its everything you want in a beach location and more! March was still a little too cold to get into the water but the kids still made the most of it. I would love to visit in summer. The beaches are clean. The life guards were super sweet and helpful.
5 based on 1 reviews
This 150-mile stretch of seashore, which runs from Cat Island in Mississippi to Santa Rosa Island in Florida, offers sparkling blue water and many beautiful beaches along the way.
We went through the park to get to Fort Pickens. It was a speed limit of 25 miles an hour for several miles. The dunes got pretty boring pretty fast, and you couldn't see the water much of the time.
5 based on 686 reviews
The best minor league stadium! Looking over the water, with awesome seats all over. The food concessions have evolved over the years and getting better. Its not the best food it could be, but we try to eat before. The lines are very long at the beginning of the games.We would like to see more outside vendors for healthier food choices like fresh fish or chicken tacos.
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Visitors can take a self-guided tour of this authentic fort active during the Civil War and later used as a jail to hold the infamous American Indian chief Geronimo.
This is part of the Gulf Island National Seashore. It’s at the western end of Pensacola Beach. There is a $20 fee to enter this part of the National Seashore, which covers other fee areas at the national seashore as well. The beaches leading to the fort is beautiful, with snow white sand, and turquoise ocean. There is pavilion at the Langdon beach with amenities.
The fort itself tells some history. Many forts have never seen any battle, but this one has. Walking around the fort also gives a nice view of both the gulf and the bay. This is a good place to spend an hour or so as a change of scenery from sun tanning at the beach.
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Homebase for the Blue Angels, the U.S. Navy's Flight Demonstration Squadron, Pensacola NAS is also home to the Pensacola Lighthouse, the National Museum of Naval Aviation and Fort Barrancas, an early 19th-century garrison.
Every sailor or marine that ever flew an airplan,trained at NAS .
It is also home to the Blue Angles which practices and puts on air shows there.
There is an air museum there that is spectacular and you could spend hours there original air boats to today's fighter planes.
The museum is free and has simulators that you can try out and displays depicting war time history.
Some of the planes allow you to climb in and tour them.
Not to be missed.
4.5 based on 9 reviews
Eclectic mix of antiques and crafts. Prices are pretty reasonable and its a fun place to explore. Located on Highway 98 between Gulf Breeze and Navarre.
5 based on 118 reviews
A historical area with beautiful beaches.
Pick a day. Any day. The water will be gorgeous and the sand will be white. The breeze coming off the water will be just enough to cool you down in the warm sunshine. If it gets too hot, dip in the water. If it gets too windy, pick a bar or restaurant to relax in for a bit.
We head to the beach on a regular basis. Just to walk along the waterfront, or to people watch, or to have a quick lunch with a great view. It's one of the best reasons to live in this area.
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Overall: Highly Recommended.
What can you stay except pay the $1.25 for some amazing views. If you are a fisher men than pay to fish, you will have a great time.
The views of the Emerald Green Water and the beach are amazing. Bring your camera for great photos.
If you haven't been you are missing out.
4.5 based on 6 reviews
98 Treasures is a cute little eclectic store full of unique finds and local art. If you are looking for beachy or nautical decor THIS is definitely a great spot to find a treasure! Such a cool experience. The women there are always so helpful ans nice in helping you find exactly what you're looking for. I have purchased my gifts here for my mom and friends! Such unique finds! I love this store! They even carry fresh local eggs too!
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