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May 20, 2024

Weekend Getaway to Panacea, FL On the Forgotten Coast of Florida

Panacea, Florida is home to various local businesses, including the freshest seafood restaurants, an aquarium, bait and tackle shops, and RV parks. Part of the Forgotten Coast of Florida, this beautiful seaside town is home to many local gems and hidden treasures for the whole family to enjoy right on ...

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April 29, 2024

Top 10 Must-Eat Restaurants to Visit in Cape San Blas, FL

Cape San Blas is the perfect place on the Florida Gulf Coast to roll casually with a picnic lunch on the beach. There is no short supply of tasty spots to enjoy a sit-down meal, either.

In this article, we have rounded up 10 of the most popular restaurants not ...

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Feb. 26, 2024

The Best Local Shopping in Apalachicola Bay Florida

Apalachicola is a seaside town on the Forgotten Coast of Florida that brings in light tourism for its serene, quiet sunny beaches, unlike its busy touristy neighbors like Miami. Another wonderful thing about sunny Apalachicola? The small shops hold all sorts of different treasures. From clothing, gift shops, and boutiques ...

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Jan. 22, 2024

8 Things To Do Near Beautiful Port St. Joe, FL

Port St. Joe, FL is a town that everyone needs to experience during their lifetime. This coastal town is located in Gulf County, FL. Port St. Joe is located 35 miles southeast of Panama City along US Highway 98. You will find a small-town vibe and the history that is ...

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Nov. 20, 2023

Top Sites & Parks on the Forgotten Coast of Florida

Top Sites & Parks on the Forgotten Coast of Florida

From ancient oak trees to authentic working waterfronts, Florida's Forgotten Coast is dotted with historic oddities making it the perfect backdrop for exploring the "other" forgotten parts of Florida.

Continue to read to find top sites and parks to relax and explore on the Forgotten Coast of Florida.

Apalachicola  ...

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Oct. 24, 2023

5 Amazing Spots to Picnic with the Family on the Forgotten Coast, FL

There are hundreds of scenic spots on the Forgotten Coast in Florida that are Instagram-worthy. Taking your family out for an afternoon lunch outdoors is a wonderful bonding experience, offering scenic picnic spots with water views and sandy beaches on the Forgotten Coast. We have picked out a handful of ...

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Oct. 13, 2023

October 2023 Coastal Realty Newsletter

October 2023 Coastal Realty Newsletter

October at the Gulf Coast has made a beautiful start! We are enjoying cooler temps and getting outside again to participate in music festivals, sports events and patio service at restaurants!

Real Estate Action has slowed down, as is normal this time of year, while people focus on back-to-school activities ...

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Oct. 2, 2023

5 Best Ways to Meet Your Neighbors After Moving Into Your New Home

After you have completed the daunting task of moving yourself and your family into your brand-new house, getting to know the neighbors around you can be one of the best ways to help make it feel more like home. Knowing your neighbors and who lives next door can help make ...

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Sept. 15, 2023

September 2023 Newsletter

This bird has excited locals and tourists, alike! He's become quite famous wading in the Bay near the Constitution Convention Museum State Park, causing traffic jams and lots of interest!

Photo Credits: Mike Bird and Kendrick Photography

September has arrived and Labor Day Weekend marks the typical end of ...

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Aug. 8, 2023

Coastal Realty Group Featured on WTXL in Tallahassee

 

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Appalachicola, Cape Sandblast, Port St. Joe, St. George Island, Carabelle, they all have their own uniqueness. So we love Appalachicola. It is full of great shops and local eateries.
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There's a lot of things people can can gravitate towards down here, whether it's ...

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