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Florida Beaches Guide - Navarre Beach

Between Pensacola Beach and Fort Walton Beach, 45 Miles east of Perdido Bay

White sandy beaches, and turquoise sparkling water; Navarre Beach is everything you'll want from a vacation.

Navarre Beach - FloridaNavarre Beach - FloridaCuddling the Gulf of Mexico, Navarre beach has been the local tourist spot for many vacationers seeking a destination to reveal all and go nude. Although in the past years security has become tight in prohibiting this popular bare-all activity, you'll still find tourists on the east side of the beach going au naturel. Strip down and join in under the sun - just make sure to have your clothes handy.

Accommodations: Navarre beach offers many places for you to unpack your flowing skirts and flirty shoes. Whether you choose a 5-star hotel, a local B&B, one of the many resort condos or one of the campgrounds, Navarre has an ample amount of places to hang your bikini.

Navarre Beach Local Activities: Enjoy a relaxing day walking down the secluded areas of the beach and take in all the beauty this beach has to offer. The restoration project to rebuild Navarre Beach following hurricane Ivan wrapped up in 2006 and the area is now home to wildlife and adventurous activities. Try canoeing up the largest freshwater rivers in the state. Kayak and hike up the large stretch of rivers and trails offered along the coast. Finish your night sitting and watching the sunset followed by skinny dipping in your own secluded area of the beach.

Navarre Beach Attractions: Must-see attractions include Fort Pickens - the fort built to protect Pensacola bay during the pre-civil war are. Also topping the list of must-see attractions is the National Museum of Naval Aviation, one of the largest air and space museums in the world. If you're bringing the kids, or just so happen to be an animal lover, visit the zoo in Gulf Breeze where you will get an up close and personal look at endangered and dangerous animals like the Bengal Tiger, red kangaroos and African wild dogs.

Navarre Beach Area Events:

  • "Survivor Navarre" (February) - Hosted by Navarre Beach Campgrounds
  • Pensacola Jazz Fest (April) - Seville Square
  • Pensacola Seafood Festival (September) - All the seafood you can eat, live entertainment and amazing people!

Navarre Beach Nightlife: A variety of bars, dance clubs and live entertainment can be found along highway 98, just over the bridge from Navarre Beach.

Navarre Beach Weather: From June to September average highs reach up to 91F and lows dip to 70F.

Navarre Beach Fees: Admittance to Navarre Beach itself is free, but you'll need to pay a small fee as you cross a toll bridge to get there.

Navarre Beach Facilities: Navarre Beach includes public washrooms, an on-duty life guard and a free pier to fish.

For more information or help planning your next Florida getaway, visit our Florida Beaches Guide.

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My best friend got married on Navarre beach - it was a beautiful wedding. it was my first time to florida and i'm definately going back. probably not on spring break though. that doesn' t sound like too much fun to me.

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