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The weather in Pensacola
Above are the weather conditions for Pensacola. The highest average temperatures are in the month of June. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Pensacola, with temperatures going under 6°. According to the climate diagram, July is the rainiest month of the year in Pensacola.
Sun meets city at your Pensacola holiday home
The Emerald Coast is Florida's giant stretch of pristine beaches and azure waters along the Gulf of Mexico. For those seeking a tropical escape, Pensacola is the place to do it. Either rent a modern, luxurious apartment in the city centre, or opt for a room with a view, like a holiday home on Pensacola Beach. The best part about staying here is that when you're not soaking up the sun, you can take advantage of all the big city amenities like nightlife and shopping.
Eating like the locals in Pensacola
Get off the well-worn path in Pensacola, and do like the locals do. Check out Jerry's Drive-In where you'll find classic carhop-style service with amazing burgers and shakes. Otherwise, try some American barbecue at City Grocery. You can't beat their ribs. The craft beer scene in Pensacola is also incredible, so spend some time bar hopping to find your favourites brew.
Getting close to nature in Pensacola
One of the best things to do in Pensacola is to spend some time on the Footprints in the Sand Eco-Trail, where you can see what life is like in the coastal barrier islands. You might even meet dolphins and loggerhead turtles. Otherwise, enjoy the sun and warm waters at Pensacola Beach - sometimes nesting sea turtles pay beach-goers a visit here.
Sightseeing around Pensacola
National Museum of Naval Aviation
This immaculate military and aerospace museum is the only of its kind in the country, and it is home to over 150 restored aircrafts from the Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard Aviation. There's a ton to see and do, and admission is free!
Historic Pensacola Village
Pensacola is known as "The City of Five Flags" thanks to the British, Spanish, French, U.S., and Confederacy influences over the years. You can learn all about it at the Historic Pensacola Village with over 28 historical properties.
Fort Barrancas is a historic Spanish fort dating from the 1700s but was later used as a United States military fort. You can tour this National Historic Landmark - there's even a drawbridge over a moat.
Blue Wahoos Stadium
There's a lot going on at this stadium, and it's not all sports. Baseball, soccer, and football might be popular here, but the stadium is also home to a waterfront public park and amphitheater. Check to see if any festivals are on during your visit.
This stunning, restored 1859 lighthouse and museum lets visitors have a glimpse into the life of a lighthouse keeper from days bygone. The keeper's quarters look as they did in 1869, and there are plenty of local history exhibits to browse.
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