The Sun And Sand Are Waiting At Panama City

Famous for the beautiful coastline, bright and pure waters and abundant wildlife, Panama City Beach is the ideal location if you are looking to have a beach vacation. As a plus to the scuba diving and cruising, Panama City Beach offers vibrant shopping, sporting and food experiences that will exceed your expectations. We got into many thrilling adventures or rest, and let us say that the Panama City Beach offers the break vacation your family has always been waiting for.

Want to get better exposed to the abundant wildlife and the mesmerizing scenery? You can book one of the many eco-tours available. We raced through salt marshes on an air-boat, swam in warm waters containing playful dolphins or got a chance to sight the majesticity of a heron in flight.

How to reach?

Travelers headed to Panama City Beach often drive to the destination, because of the strong regional appeal the area has. There are several routes to take depending on which direction a traveler is coming from. If coming from the North, US Highway 231, State Route 77, and State Route 79 are all excellent roads into the area. US Highway 98 is the major East-West Highway along the coast and with the Alternate route the only long distance East-West roads in the beach of Panama City. Panama City Beach itself does not have a bus terminal. However, neighboring Panama City does have one that is served by Greyhound.

Famous restaurants with a great view

  • Schooners
  • Runaway Island Beach Bar and Grill
  • Spinnaker Club
  • Brass tap (150+ types of beer)
  • Capt. Anderson’s Restaurant
  • Andy’s Flour Power (famous for breakfasts)

 Where to stay?


  • Sterling Water Crest Condominium Resorts (Cleanliness)


  • Book That Condo’ an Edge Water Resort (services)


  • Hampton Panama City Inn and Suites Beach-Beachfront (Comfort)
  • Fairfield Inn & Suites Beach (Condition)




Words fail to express just how beautiful this place is, see it with your eyes and decide just how much you liked it.  Don’t forget to step into the breweries if you are beer lover and Pier Park if you are a shopaholic.