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The beach is finely ground white quartz crystal, the water a brilliant, deep shade of green and smooth as glass, and the air especially clean and bright with the characteristic intense sunshine of Florida's panhandle, cleansed and purified by the constant soft breeze from the Gulf of Mexico. When Fort Lauderdale decided to become more family-oriented, Spring Break moved briefly to Daytona Beach, but now seems to have settled on Panama City Beach, and is now hotter than ever. The area's many amusement parks, marine attractions and golf courses provide plenty of vacation alternatives, and St. Andrews State Park with its lagoons, forests, sand dunes lined with sea oats, camp sites and hiking trails offers a comprehensive view of the natural terrain in this part of Florida. Within easier reach of the Southern states than the rest of Florida, Panama City Beach is a favorite weekend vacation break for Alabamans, and is within a day's drive from the Atlantic Ocean to the east, and New Orleans to the west, particularly apparent in the Cajun-influenced fresh seafood cuisine for which Panama City Beach is becoming famous.
You can begin researching lodging properties and on-site restaurants in the greater Panama City area by selecting one of the options shown below. If you are comparing Spring Break destinations, you may also wish to have a look at our Daytona Beach LodgingGuide. If you are looking at various Florida Panhandle destinations, you may also wish to have a look at our Pensacola LodgingGuide for lodging options in the region to the west of Panama City.
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|The concentration of area lodging options are in the Panama City Beach area, with many hotel properties located directly on the ocean on Front Beach Road.||Located just to the east of the beach area across West Bay, Panama City offers several lodging options with bay views. It is served by the Bay County Airport (PFN).|
|Lodging in the city of Apalachicola on the Gulf Coast, to the southeast of Panama City.||Lodging options along the Gulf Coast to the west, in and around Pensacola, at the Alabama border.|
Area Facts: Consumption of alcoholic beverages is permitted on the beach in Panama City (the drinking age is 21 years old). The local area code for Panama City is 850.
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