Fish Heads Restaurant located behind the Days Inn on the Gulf is sure to become that local-loved spot for years to come.
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Stop by Bodacious Shops in Downtown Pensacola for coffee, breakfast, dessert and more!
Naval Live Oaks Reservation is a great place to hike, bike or kayak.
Blackwater River is the premier destination for kayaking, canoeing and tubing on the Gulf Coast.
Fort Pickens was one of only four forts located in the South to be completely controlled by the Union Army.
Pensacola is certainly well-known for its beautiful white sands, but just a short trip across the Pensacola Bay and you can be transported back in time at The Historic Pensacola Village just downtown
Pensacola is reaching for the sky with a new attraction that will have kids and grownups literally jumping for joy.
When the weather is warm on Pensacola Beach, the pirates and the mermaids come out at the Holiday Inn Resort.
Trying to decide where to eat today? There’s no need to flounder. There are many beach restaurants to choose from, several within walking distance of our beachfront hotel.
If you have the kids in tow, you should check out these family-friendly spots.
Lazy Days Beach Rentals has you covered on your next big day at the beach.
Grab a flashlight and go hunting for ghost crabs on Pensacola Beach.
Long ago in Downtown Pensacola, the sweet, sad vibrato of legends like B.B. King rose like smoke from clubs lining the streets of historic Belmont-DeVilliers.
Maybe you didn’t come to the beach to spend your time inside a boring museum. We get it. But if you can make an exception for a museum that’s far from boring, the National Naval Aviation Museum makes its home right here in Pensacola, Florida.
There’s something fun happening every day at Riptides Sports Grill at Holiday Inn Resort Pensacola Beach Florida. Come join us for the best food and drink specials on Pensacola Beach!
The Waterboyz tradition originated with a close-knit gang of elite level surfers living on Pensacola Beach in the eighties.
In June 2005, Ron Ladner was fueling his boat at a bait shop in Pass Harbor, Mississippi when the shop’s owner told him he was selling. Ron immediately thought about how cool it would be to install a kitchen and serve fresh seafood, burgers and cocktails Key West style.
As our white sand beaches naturally get all the hype, don’t ignore the events held year-round downtown Pensacola that are stories unto themselves.
You know us for our sun, our sand and our shimmering shores. (Say that three times fast.) But did you know there’s more to entertain your family beyond our beautiful beaches?
Ashton Howard was like any other kid growing up in small town America. But his journey from the white sands of the Gulf Coast to the rocky cliffs of the Pacific Ocean shaped his life and his art – which now ‘hangs ten’ on walls from here to Japan.
It’s not supposed to rain in the Sunshine State! Yet many of our sunny summer days are broken up by an afternoon shower. So when the sky falls, we’ve got you covered – like an umbrella.
Proud of our post as “America’s First Settlement,” Pensacola hosts a dazzling array of patriotic events in celebration of Independence Day. So whether you head downtown or stay at the Holiday Inn Resort hotel Pensacola Beach you can sing “America the Beautiful” in one of our nation’s most beautiful locales.
If you want to live like the locals live, you need to eat what they eat, drink what they drink … visit the secret spots that make a place special.
Williams has been fishing in Pensacola since he was a little boy, but it wasn’t until 2010 that he cast his line into the charter business. After graduating from University of West Florida, he decided to take a risk and try to make money as a professional angler.