Gulf Coast Travel Guide
Gulf Coast Attractions
Gulf Coast Beaches
Gulf State Park beach and Pavilion - Contains over 10 000 ft of Gulf beach. The pavilion offers picnic tables, showers and a refreshment centre.Lifeguards on duty from May - September. A small parking fee is charged.
Perdido Point Public beach - This large, public beach offers over 6000 ft of white sandy beaches, large sand dunes, paved parking and a 225ft boardwalk.
Lagoon Park - A shallow passageway connecting Little Lagoon and the Gulf of Mexico.A handicap accessible restroom, water fountain and outdoor shower are on site.
Gulf Coast Restaurants and Bars
Gulf Coast Restaurants
Sip and Surf cafe - 509 Gulf Shores parkway.The original Internet coffee house has, not only cheap public internet access, but coffees, expresso drinks, lunches and desserts in the heart of the Gulf Shore.
Amelia's deli - 2200 East 2nd str.Healthy and delicious lunch menu with homemade soups,salads, sandwiches and desserts. Open 10am - 3pm, weekdays only.
BJ's Seafood Restaurant - 212 West Beach blvd. The Gulf Shore's oldest restaurant overlooks the public beach at West Beach blvd and specialises in healthy and delicious island dishes.
Gulf Coast Bars & Clubs
Silvermoon cafe - 17395 Perdido Key Dr. A non-smoking listening room where legendary songwriters share tables with the local talent and showcase their talents.
Sunset Cork room - 2200 east 2nd Str. Light jazz and blues, soft lighting and stunning decor combine to provide a more sophisticated atmosphere.
VIP Lounge - 25814 Canal Road.Exotic martinis,nightly dancing, Sunday brunch, entertainment room, liquid illusion room and a curved bar with illuminated onyx stone gives this lounge its name where all are treated as VIP's,
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