Port St. Joe, Florida – The Forgotten Coast

Wouldn't you like to get away? Sometimes you want to go…Where everybody knows your name, and they're always glad you came. ~ Cheers

In the Florida Panhandle, south of Tallahassee and east of the summertime vacation mecca of Panama City, sits a quiet stretch of land from St. Marks on the Apalachee Bay to Mexico Beach on the Gulf of Mexico. This section of the Florida coast stands in stark contrast to many of the tourist destinations of the Sunshine State. Apalachicola (The Oyster Capital), Carrabelle (a look back at Old Florida), the beach peninsula of Alligator Point, historic Mexico Beach, and Port St. Joe, the small town with a big heart, are just a few of the towns that comprise what is known as the “The Forgotten Coast.” We prefer to call it an “Unspoiled Coast.”

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