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Summertime picture in Pensacola
Shrimp and Grits picture in Pensacola
Fort Pickens picture in Pensacola
Dolphin Pods picture in Pensacola
Blue Angels picture in Pensacola
Boats picture in Pensacola
Bird-watching picture in Pensacola
National Naval Aviation Museum picture in Pensacola
Pensacola Beach picture in Pensacola
Pensacola Lighthouse picture in Pensacola
Gulf Islands National Seashore picture in Pensacola
Historic Pensacola Village picture in Pensacola
Perdido Key State Park picture in Pensacola

Summertime is peak season in Pensacola, and its beaches fill with sun seekers.  Jim McKinley Getty Images

Seafood, especially shrimp and grits, is a staple of the Pensacola dining scene thanks to the city's Gulf location.  bhofack2 Getty Images

If you're visiting Santa Rosa Island, consider stopping at Fort Pickens, the largest of four forts built in the 1800s to defend Pensacola Bay and its navy yard. Encompassed with the Gulf Islands National Seashore, it's now maintained by the National Park Service. BERKO85 Getty Images

It's not uncommon to spot dolphin pods swimming in the Gulf of Mexico. mjf795 Getty Images

You might see the famous Blue Angels practicing their maneuvers in the sky since their home base is the Naval Air Station in Pensacola.  Jessica Mcdougal / EyeEm Getty Images

Boating is a popular pastime among Pensacolans.  Anthony Dezenzio / EyeEm Getty Images

At Perdido Key State Park, visitors can spot several species of sea birds, shore birds and migratory birds. sdbower Getty Images

Visitors say the National Naval Aviation Museum comes alive with the free guided tour.  Flickr

Families appreciate the lifeguards on Pensacola Beach. Getty Images

Visitors can climb 177 steps to the top of the Pensacola Lighthouse for a great view of the Gulf Coast.  Jim McKinley Getty Images

The Gulf Islands National Seashore stretches from Mississippi to Florida. Joseph Sohm Getty Images

The Historic Pensacola Village is a more than 8-acre complex encompassing nearly 30 properties (11 of which are open to the public).  perrywatson Getty Images

The Perdido Key State Park, located a quick 30 minutes down the coast, contains 247 acres right on the Gulf of Mexico.  lightphoto Getty Images

Summertime picture in Pensacola
Shrimp and Grits picture in Pensacola
Fort Pickens picture in Pensacola
Dolphin Pods picture in Pensacola
Blue Angels picture in Pensacola
Boats picture in Pensacola
Bird-watching picture in Pensacola
National Naval Aviation Museum picture in Pensacola
Pensacola Beach picture in Pensacola
Pensacola Lighthouse picture in Pensacola
Gulf Islands National Seashore picture in Pensacola
Historic Pensacola Village picture in Pensacola
Perdido Key State Park picture in Pensacola

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