Typically, and predictably, and maybe a little bit lazily, we tend to define the Pensacola region by its King and Queen - Pensacola Beach and Perdido Key. The Duke of Hipness - Historic Downtown Pensacola - also earns copious kudos.
Visit Pensacola is the destination marketing organization for the Pensacola Bay Area. We market events, things to do, attractions, and businesses along the Pensacola Bay Area.
They named it the “lost island.”
Downtown Pensacola’s Palafox Street is well renowned for its dining and nightlife, but locals know to look just off the main drag to the historic Belmont-DeVilliers neighborhood for some of the city’s best Southern culture and fare.
Pensacola’s beautiful beaches and historic downtown make it a destination, but you’ll find the locals in East Pensacola.
North of Interstate 10, much of the Pensacola area takes on a more relaxed and natural vibe.
Pensacola Beach has its native sons and daughters, to be sure. But it embraces many more adopted ones.
Welcome to Century, the “northern gate to the Sunshine state.”
These awards are a reflection of the incredible community that we have in the Pensacola Bay Area. If you haven’t attended one of these events, they’re a must-see that you should add to your list.