St. Joe and Mexico Beach

10 Miles of Pristine White Sandy Beaches

Discover Mexico Beach & St. Joe Beach

The area from Mexico Beach to St. Joe Beach is over 10 miles of white sand beaches. This community is active with marinas, public boat launch, fishing pier, public beach access, shops, restaurants condos and private beach homes all in close proximity.

Couple Walking the Beach

Mexico Beach

Mexico Beach embodies the Old Florida way of life. Efforts in the area have restrained commercial development to keep a more mom-and-pop main street feel, and the waterfront conservation efforts have preserved and beautified long stretches of publicly accessible beach. It’s the kind of town where people say hello to perfect strangers as they pass on the street and wave as they drive by. It’s a family-friendly community with lots to do and explore. It’s one of the most beautiful places in the world to watch the sun go down.

Boaters will love the protected canal area with lots of marina space and boat launches. The public pier is always a draw, and brings sightseers and fishermen from far and wide. All of these delights and more will be yours when you make the choice for a stay in Mexico Beach.

Kids Playing on the Beach

St. Joe Beach

St. Joe Beach is located in Gulf County and connects Windmark Beach and Mexico Beach. The community includes Beacon Hill which is the site of a long gone lighthouse that sat on the shore of the Gulf of Mexico watching over the entrance to St. Joe Bay and St. Joseph Peninsula. St. Joe Beach consists mainly of beach access single family homes as most of the beach front is a dedicated public access beach and has historically been the locals’ choice of beaches. The surf fishing is some of the best in the area.

The white sand beaches, emerald waters of the Gulf of Mexico and the charm of St. Joe Bay are waiting for you! By sand, by sea or by shop, areas of Mexico Beach to St. Joe Beach have it all.

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