Apalachicola, St. George Island, St. Joseph Peninsula State Park
Apalachicola, Florida was the third largest port on the Gulf of Mexico about a hundred years ago. Though no longer a major port city, Apalachicola is the principal beach community of Apalachicola Bay, also known as the Forgotten Coast. Neighboring natural attractions include St. George Island, Cape St. George Island, St. Joseph Peninsula State Park, East Bay, and Apalachicola National Forest.
St. Joseph Peninsula State Park was ranked the #1 U.S. Beach in 2002 by Dr. Beach. And St. George Island State Park made Dr. Beach's list again, ranked the #3 U.S. Beach for 2014.
As the ultimate "Old Florida" experience, Apalachicola exudes the feel of a small coastal fishing village, surrounded by pristine beaches and undisturbed forests.
In the midst of all the unspoiled beauty and strong maritime culture, there are local restaurants serving some of the best seafood in the world, shops and galleries that you'll enjoy, beautiful bed & breakfasts and hotels, and an award-winning historic district. Learn More
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