Florida Panhandle Beaches Pensacola Area Topo Map

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Santa Rosa Island is the longest barrier island in the Panhandle, stretching for 40 miles from Fort Walton Beach to Pensacola. Most of the eastern half belongs to Eglin Air Force Base, with a short interruption of festive public beaches below the inland city of Fort Walton Beach. The fantastically long Okaloosa Island Pier is one of the hubs that activity revolves around. The Gulf Islands National Seashore returns the coast to its original wilderness state, uninterrupted until the town of Pensacola Beach. This community takes up 8 miles of the island, and provides an outlet for the city of Pensacola. There are restaurants, bars, and hotels packed along here, and busy beaches full of young people, suntan lotion, and socializing. Throughout the year there are Mardi Gras celebrations, a triathlon, wine tastings, a summer music series, boat racing, and the annual Blue Angel air show in July featuring the navy’s precision flying team. At the western tip of Santa Rosa, the national seashore resumes and encompasses the Fort Pickens area, which is part of the rich naval history of Pensacola.
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Pensacola, Florida

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