Plan your visit
For some, visiting the beach means unwinding on a bed of white sand while listening to the birds’ chirp and the waves crash, for others, visiting the coast translates to adrenaline pumping water sports or maybe an exciting night on the town listening to the vibrant live music scene, ranging from local downhome artists to Grammy award-winning songwriters. While Perdido Key has an exclusive barrier island feel, it is actually in close proximity to many family-friendly attractions, culture & entertainment experiences, and outdoor activities for fun in the sun!
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Plan your Beach Wedding
There may be no other day in your life that you want a certain level of flawlessness than you’re wedding day. A day you’ve dreamed of with a partner that you’re deeply in love with. The beaches of Perdido Key will enchant you and your guests with stunning natural backdrops overlooking the Gulf of Mexico with its sugar-white sands. This is undoubtedly an incredibly romantic place to tie the knot.
Driving Directions from the Closest Airport: Pensacola International Airport
Head NW on Airport Blvd. toward College Blvd. Turn left onto N 9th Avenue and then turn right on Bayou Blvd (FL-296). Continue Approximately 6 miles (road will change names several times). Turn left (south) onto Blue Angel Parkway (FL-173) and continue for approximately 7 miles. Turn right (west) onto Sorrento Road (FL-292) and travel for approximately 6 miles. Sorrento Road becomes Perdido Key Drive at the Theo Baars Bridge
Take exit 7 south on Pine Forest Road (SR-297) and travel to the traffic light at Blue Angel Parkway (SR-173). Take a right and travel approximately 15 minutes to Sorrento Road (SR-292) and turn right. Sorrento Road becomes Perdido Key Drive at the Theo Baars Bridge.
Take exit 69 off I-65 onto Alabama SR-113 and follow to where the road dead-ends. Turn right onto SR-31 toward Flomaton. At Flomaton, turn left (south) onto Florida SR-29 and travel approximately 45 minutes. Turn right onto Nine Mile Road and travel to Pine Forest Road. Turn left (south) onto Pine Forest Road and travel to the traffic light at Blue Angel Parkway. Take a right and travel approximately 15 minutes to Sorrento Road (SR-292) and turn right. Sorrento Road becomes Perdido Key Drive at the Theo Baars Bridge.
Visit Perdido via the beautiful waterways surrounding the island! Water access ranges from the vast Gulf of Mexico to the south and the peaceful intercoastal waterway (ICW) to the north.
For those coming from inland waterways, Perdido Key can be accessed from Pensacola Bay through Big Lagoon. Coast your way through to the ICW and find yourself passing under the infamous Theo Baars Bridge! From the northwest, take a trip down the Perdido River and Perdido Bay to float past Innerarity Point and access the ICW on either side of Ono Island. Even farther west, the Mobile Bay and Bon Secour Bay connect through Oyster Bay and the scenic Portage Creek. Find yourself in Wolf Bay and Bay La Launch to access the Perdido Bay!
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