Pirate Cove Villa 117
BEAUTIFUL BEACH HOME
2 Bedroom / 2 Bathroom, Sleeps 5
Vacation Like The Stars
Don’t spend your vacation fighting for space on an elevator, reserve your spot on Panama City Beach and stay at Pirate Cove Villas for a truly relaxing time. You can get in your car and drive to the beach or wake up and walk directly onto it from your private entrance. Your master bedroom is furnished with a king size bed with room for friends or family in the second bedroom with its queen and twin beds. Enjoy every moment of your precious leisure time with us.
Pirate Cove Villas is conveniently located near PCB and South Walton Beach with easy access to Sandestin or Destin. Enjoy many area restaurants, shopping, and golf. For the adventurer inside you, there is deep sea fishing and many other water sports. Your day will be filled with fun in the sun on the warm, sugary sands and emerald waters of the Gulf Coast.
Your home away from the hustle and bustle of work and deadlines. Pirate Cove Villas is unlike other rentals. It is your escape from the mundane and boring. It is your escape to fun, sun and good times to be had by all.
We welcome you to the “World’s Most Beautiful Beaches” and your new home-away-from home. Wanna see other great rental condo units? Take a look at our Panama City Beach Home Rentals
INFORMATION ABOUT PANAMA CITY BEACH
An average of 320 sunny days annually make Panama City Beach the ultimate seaside getaway year-round. Long a favorite for family vacations, the area has plenty to offer visitors of all ages, not the least of which are 27 miles of white-sand beaches lapped by the emerald waters of the Gulf of Mexico.
For those who prefer action to lounging on the sand or dabbling in the surf, fishing, swimming, sailing, diving, snorkeling, and other water sports are popular diversions. And nearby Shell Island is one of the best spots in Florida for shelling. This unspoiled island, which can be reached only by boat and still looks much the way it did hundreds of years ago, is also a great place to go snorkeling.
Even if you’re really a landlubber at heart, you’ll find plenty to do at Panama City Beach. Shopping, golfing, and hiking the nature trails at St. Andrews State Park are all popular pastimes away from the water. Or, for an up-close look at the dolphins and other undersea wonders that doesn’t involve getting your feet wet, opt for a tour in a glass-bottom boat. Many tour operators also make stops at Shell Island.
The mild, sunny weather means that Panama City Beach is a popular venue for special events year-round, and the area hosts everything from seafood festivals to wine tastings, arts and crafts fairs to open-air concerts. Many visitors return every November for the prestigious Florida Ironman Triathlon. Other popular annual events include October’s Southeastern Barbecue Fest Cookoff, April’s Emerald Coast Triathlon, December’s Boat Parade of Lights, and the Gulf Coast Charity Horse Show and Music Festival, held in April.
The best beach vacation – period. Panama City Beach, Florida, offers every kind of fun imaginable, so you can surround yourself with emerald waters, white sand beaches, temperate weather and have the time of your life! No matter who you are or what you enjoy, you’ll find your kind of fun in Panama City Beach.
Panama City Beach is best known for its sugar-white sand beaches and clear, emerald waters of the Gulf of Mexico and St. Andrews Bay. Panama City Beach boasts over 27 miles of award-winning beaches and has been recognized as a top US beach destination.
If you want some retail therapy, Pier Park, a brightly colored open-air gem, features national chain stores and local favorites. The lineup includes Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville, Ron Jon’s Surf Shop, Dillard’s, Target, Starbucks, and more. Visitors to Pier Park enjoy park-like walkways, spectacular Gulf views and a wealth of year-round activities for all ages.
Facts About Panama City Beach:
•Located in Northwest Florida, just 98 miles southwest of Tallahassee and 297 miles southwest of Atlanta. Perfect spot for a Northwest Florida vacation!
•The city has a year-round population of just over 12,000.
•Ever wonder why our beaches stay so clean & powdery white? The legendary pure white sand of Panama City Beach is attributed to quartz crystals washing down from the Appalachian Mountains centuries ago. Along their journey, the crystals were bleached, ground, smoothed, and polished. The surf and tides of the Gulf of Mexico is responsible for depositing these millions of grains of sugar-white sand onto the pristine shoreline….the result of this rigorous process is the beautiful, renowned beaches of Panama City Beach.
•Panama City Beach, Florida, has an average of 320 days of sunshine per year.
•Panama City Beach weather is sub-tropical, with a year-round temperature averaging 74 degrees, which means heavenly conditions for those enjoying Panama City Beach travel.
•St. Andrews State Park has been named the #2 Beach in America by Trip Advisor. The 1,260 acre park has forests, sand dunes covered with sea oats, fresh and saltwater marshes, a lagoon swimming area, fishing jetties, hiking trails, 1.5 miles of beach and two campgrounds. Opened in 1951, St. Andrews was once the site of a World War II Military Reservation and has won the World’s Best Beach Award.
•Panama City Beach is bordered on either side by State Parks: St. Andrews and Camp Helen.
•The city is also known as the Wreck Capital of the South due to the large number of historic wrecks for scuba divers to explore.
•Panama City Beach is home to one of the country’s largest sport fishing fleets.
•The area boasts one of the highest concentrations of bottlenose dolphins in the world, one of the many reasons Panama City Beach travel is so popular.
•Panama City Beach fishing is world famous, and fisherman can troll for multiple varieties of fish in our waters, including Blue Marlin, Red Snapper, Mackerel, Trout, Pompano and Cobia.
•A community-coordinated project with Panama City Marine Institute led to the development of 50 artificial reefs off Panama City Beach. The natural reefs range in depth from 80 to 100 feet and are just a few miles offshore. These reefs range in height from three to eight feet and are teeming with sea life, including small corals and colorful sponges.
•Florida Ironman Triathlon has been held here since 1999.
•Home to the only deepwater diving museum in the U.S., the Man in the Sea Museum.