You may love to visit us in the summer, but can you keep a local secret? Fall is a fantastic time to fall in love with the Gulf Coast all over again with fun festivals celebrating art, food and more.
So maybe the title of this article is a small exaggeration. We might instead call it hopeful, because the Gulf Coast doesn’t quite experience seasons like the rest of the country. But we can tell you this – while summer may be our high season, fall can be an even better time to book your… Read more »
Let’s be honest, there’s really no bad time to visit the Gulf Coast. With plentiful sunshine, temperate waters and fun attractions far and wide, we’ll welcome you with Southern hospitality any time of year. But, come closer. Here’s a little secret – summertime may be our season, but fall can be an even better time to… Read more »
He may choose to reside in small-town Pensacola, Florida, but his art graces galleries all over the world. Learn how one Gulf Coast kid made good on his big dream and what he loves about this slice of paradise.
If there’s one thing we know how to do on the Gulf Coast, it’s fish … from a pier, from a boat, or the comfort of your beach chair. If the latter sounds like a catch to you, discover surf fishing, with tips from a local captain.
Orange Beach boasts some of the best biking trails along the Gulf Coast. Get your wheels spinning with insider tips from local cyclists. Happy trails to you!
When you come to the Emerald Coast, you’ll want to keep your toes in the sand as much as possible. Lucky for you, we’ve compiled a list of the best waterfront dining options in and around Fort Walton Beach.
People who live on the Gulf Coast love to celebrate, and they love to eat … especially seafood. So it’s no wonder they dedicate a four-day festival to the mighty shrimp. Don’t miss the great food, music, vendors and children’s activities at one of the region’s most popular celebrations, held every October in Gulf Shores.
Fort Walton Beach is a great place to plan a family vacation. With outdoor activities and inland attractions, you’ll create lifelong memories on the beach and beyond.
Known as the ‘Godfather’ of Gulf Coast surfing, Yancy Spencer III began his illustrious career on Pensacola Beach in 1965. Over the next several years, he emerged as an acclaimed professional surfer, and was named the No. 1 amateur surfer on the Gulf Coast – celebrated in numerous films and magazines. In 1969, Spencer established what is… Read more »