Mexico Beach, Florida

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Mexico Beach, Florida

Just about 1000 people are lucky enough to call Mexico Beach home. This gem in Bay County lies nestled between Cape San Blas to the east and Panama City to the west. Its unpolluted air, three and a half miles of un-crowded beaches with pristine sugar-white sand, incomparable sunsets, and emerald-green waters of the Gulf of Mexico make it an ideal vacation destination. Mexico Beach’s sand bar protected ocean is the safest water on the Gulf Coast.

Beach houses at Mexico Beach, Florida.
Beach houses at Mexico Beach, Florida. Photo credit ShutterStock.com, licensed.

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Mexico Beach is the perfect vacation spot for you if you are an angler. You can fish from the city’s pier or out on boats. You are certain to have a successful day surf fishing for trout, whiting, mackerel, or cobia. Several fully equipped marinas cater to the boaters and charter boats are available for off shore or in shore fishing, scuba diving excursions, or just a relaxing day on the water. The city’s Canal Park with covered picnic tables, and a boardwalk along the water is also a favorite spot to catch big blue crabs, trout, redfish, and flounder.



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Aerial view of Cape San Blas just east of Mexico Beach, Florida. Photo credit ShutterStock.com, licensed.
Aerial view of Cape San Blas just east of Mexico Beach, Florida. Photo credit ShutterStock.com, licensed.

Spend a relaxing morning basking in the golden rays of the Florida sunshine, or swim in or float on a raft in the cool waters just beyond the surf line. The coast is a beachcomber’s delight with beautiful shells on the water’s edge and numerous species of birds flitting around. Nothing can be more serene and relaxing. There is virtually no traffic even in peak vacation season but plenty to do as you browse the shops or stop for a meal. There are numerous options to try, depending on your mood.

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Begin at Shipwreck Raw Bar, a renowned breakfast and lunch spot on Mexico Beach, which features local cuisine, American, seafood, gluten free options. Toucan’s on the Beach. Bar & Grill is among Mexico Beach’s popular restaurants featuring European and Half Baked Oyster Bar and Seafood Restaurant. Enjoy gourmet Pizzas at Crazy Beach Pizza. Round it off with an ice cream cone or banana split sundae at Mexico Beach Sweets & Treats. Do not forget Fish House Restaurant now known as “Killer Seafood” offering great seafood and hamburgers.

Canal Park, 16 days after Hurricane Michael on October 26, 2018. Mexico Beach, Florida.
Canal Park, 16 days after Hurricane Michael on October 26, 2018. Mexico Beach, Florida. Photo credit: Terry Kelly, Shutterstock.com, licensed.

There are numerous places to stay at Mexico Beach from beach side motels to family owned accommodations overlooking the sea. Step back in time at the Driftwood Inn. El Governor Resort & RV Park is a full service campground only a 5-minute walk down to the water’s edge. Mexico Beach RV Resort with wonderfully wooded backdrop is a short drive down to the beach. Mexico Beach has a variety of long term and vacation rentals available of beach homes, condos and town homes, beachfront, beachside and across from beach.

An aerial view of Panama City Beach, Florida to the west. Photo credit ShutterStock.com, licensed.
An aerial view of Panama City Beach, Florida to the west. Photo credit ShutterStock.com, licensed.

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