With year-round sunshine, it's no wonder that the Emerald Coast is a top vacation spot at any season. Think to pack tank tops, shorts, and flip flops in the warmer months when temperatures reach high into the 80s. In the fall and winter, throw a light jacket in your suitcase as temperatures can drop to low 60s.
To travel to the various beach towns in the Emerald Coast, most visitors fly into Pensacola International Airport (PNS) or Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport (ECP). To get from the airport to one of the towns along Emerald Coast, Uber, Lyft, and bike rentals are all available. The 30A Trolley also serves the scenic route of highway 30A for $5 one way, $15 for a day pass, and $35 for the week.