A trip to Panama City Beach offers plenty of opportunities to have some serious fun. Of course, water plays a leading role in local activities, with snorkeling, swimming, boating, fishing, windsurfing, parasailing, and jet-skiing all popular pastimes. Cruising to Shell Island on a glass-bottom boat, riding an airboat through the back waters and marshlands for glimpses of gators, and diving around the Gulf’s many wrecks and reefs are all popular things to do in Panama City. Away from the water, visitors can bike, camp, and hike in St. Andrews State Recreational Area, play a round or two of miniature golf, or visit the zoo.
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Paradise awaits at The Pointe, a Caribbean-style community just steps from Inlet Beach, at the east end of Highway 30-A. Resort amenities include a swimming pool with private cabanas, an open-air poolside lounge, a yoga deck with fountain, a rooftop lounge, a fitness center, and two onsite restaurants. It’s booking up fast, so reserve your spot today!
A subtropical climate with over 300 days of sunshine a year makes a getaway to Panama City Beach a year-round event.
From excursions to Shell Island to dolphin shows to deep sea fishing and more, there is always plenty to do in Panama City Beach, besides relaxing and enjoying the world-famous white sand beaches.