Panama City Beach, Florida
Panama City Beach is a popular vacation destination for people living in nearby southern states. It is also a popular destination by college students during Spring Break.
Panama City Beach Florida has an average of 320 days of sunshine per year, the weather is sub-tropical, with a year-round temperature averaging 74 degrees
Panama City Beach is known for it's fine white sandy beaches which stretch 27 miles. These beaches are bordered on either side by State Parks: St. Andrews and Camp Helen
Visitors to Panama City Beach will find family friendly activities, along with an exciting nightlife, spa getaways, and sports fishing.
The city is also known as the Wreck Capital of the South due to the large number of historic wrecks for scuba divers to explore. The area boasts one of the highest concentrations of bottlenose dolphins in the world, one of the many reasons Panama City Beach is so popular with visitors.
Panama City Beach is home to the only deepwater diving museum in the U.S., the Museum of Man in the Sea. A community-coordinated project with Panama City Marine Institute led to the development of 50 artificial reefs off Panama City Beach. The natural reefs range in depth from 80 to 100 feet and are just a few miles offshore. These reefs range in height from three to eight feet and are teeming with sea life, including small corals and colorful sponges.
Panama City Beaches
- Annual Events include:
- Billy Bowlegs Pirate Festival
- Seafood Festival
- Seabreeze Jazz Festival
- Oktoberfest (Festival mid October)
Panama City Beach, Florida.