Panama City Beach
A suburb of Panama City at Bay County in Florida, United States, Panama City Beach has a population of 7, 671 according to 2001 census. Two years ago, there was an estimate of 10, 199 meaning that residents continue to grow in number together with the influx of tourists that have fell in love with place making it become a very popular destination.
In the winter season, the Panama City Beach is well- attended by not just Americans but also Canadians. They flock as they spend their time skiing on the snowy mountain slopes. When spring comes, it is transformed into a juvenile hub as it draws about a thousand of students from highschool and college all over the country. As compared to other events of its kind, it has already emerged on top of them when basing on figure of crowds that are present.
Summer in Panama City Beach is an effortless attention- grabber as it is naturally blessed with sugar white sands and pristine emerald waters. There are now mushrooming pricey condominiums and luxury hotels rising in the corners as it is intended to raise the economic image of the area after it was greatly affected by the recent hurricane. However, it has been obstructing the panoramic vistas as well as those affordable seafront properties into scarcities. The government should not wait for the name “The World’s Most Beautiful Beaches” to be into oblivion.
One will never run out of things to do in Panama City Beach as it features superb dining experience and appealing visual sights. Here is a taste to some of those:
Superb dining experience can be obtained in either at Captain Crabby’s, Hook’s Grille & Grog, Flamingo Joe’s and Big City Fish.
Captain Crabby’s is an eat- all you can adventure replete with total excitement and pirate lore. On their menu are Snow Crab Legs, Saint Louis Style Pork Ribs and a lot more.
Hook’s Grille & Grog is a bountiful Caribbean cuisine with refreshing cocktails as well as a wide variety of appetizers, desserts, entrees and sandwiches. On their menu are Buffaloe Popcorn Shrimp, Mile Marker Grouper and a lot more.
Flamingo Joe’s is a family- owned business where it has a unique salsa recipe that originated 100 years ago. On their menu are Cold Veggie Pita, Cajun Style Oysters and a lot more.
Big City Fish is a beautifully decorated, contemporary dining room and bar. On their menu are Captain Seafood Platter, Mediterranean Shrimp Scampi and a lot more.
Appealing visual sights can be achieved from Dead Lake State Park, Falling Waters State Park, Florida Caverns State Park, Saint Andrews Recreational Area, Saint Joseph Peninsula and Shell Island. Activities like diving, fishing and snorkeling are the recreational activities one must try.