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Lined with swaying palms, Panama City Beach lies on the most gorgeous stretch of beach in the United States – the Emerald Coast of Florida’s Panhandle. In fact, their tourism board insists that their little piece of the Gulf of Mexico contains “the world’s most beautiful beaches.”
And with a staggering 320 days of tropical sunshine per year and 27 miles of shimmering emerald coastline, a couples getaway in Panama City Beach is perfect!
There is almost an endless selection of things to do, but we’ve narrowed it down to our 10 favorite things for a couples getaway in Panama City Beach to please both beachcombers and landlubbers.
Best Things to Do
10 Dolphin Cruise
9 Pier Park
7 Sunset on the Beach
6 Camp Helen
5 Helicopter Flight
4 St. Andrew’s Park
3 Russell Pier
2 Carillon Beach
1 Shell Island
Best Place to Eat
Best Place to Stay
It is one of those places you’ll want to return to again and again, and never run out of things to do, perfect for a couples getaway in Panama City Beach.
You can also visit Panama City Beach as part of a Gulf Coast road trip, across Alabama and Mississippi and ending in New Orleans. What fun!
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Disclosure: The author was honored to be the guest of Visit Panama City Beach during her stay, but as always, the opinions, reviews, and experiences are her own.
About the Author
Patti Morrow is a freelance travel writer and founder of the award-winning international blog Luggage and Lipstick and southern travel blog Gone to Carolinas. TripAdvisor called her one of “20 Baby Boomer Travel Bloggers Having More Fun Than Millennials.” Patti is the author of the book “Girls Go Solo: Tips for Women Traveling Alone,” and has over 150 bylines in 40 print and online publications, including The Huffington Post, International Living Magazine, Washington Post Sunday Travel, Travel Girl, Travel Play Live Magazine, and Ladies Home Journal. She has traveled six continents looking for fabulous places and adventure activities for her Baby Boomer (and Gen X!) tribe.