protects the barrier islands of Florida and Mississippi. You may see one or more of the four species of sea turtles that nest in the national seashore and some of the twenty endangered animals that live in the park.
The region also has an impressive historical past with one of the first attempts of the Spanish for a permanent settlement, which would eventually become the city of Pensacola. There are several Civil War forts as well as the Naval Live Oaks Reservation, where the lumber was cut to build ships. Today, it is a protected forest.
The winters are sunny and warm and the summers are humid with afternoon thunderstorms a common occurrence. The best time to visit is June through November. Just because Navarre Beach is a secluded spot, doesn’t mean it is far from fun and excitement. Downtown Pensacola is just 30 minutes away with its eclectic arts and culture scene, nightlife, shopping and fine dining. Navarra Beach has small cafés and restaurants that offer excellent food.
Some of the activities available from a Navarre Beach timeshare include fishing from the longest fishing pier in the Gulf of Mexico. You may enjoy visiting the Navarre Beach Marine Science Station and the Sea Turtle Conservation Center to interact with many varieties of marine life. Go scuba diving, and visit the artificial reefs where you might find myriad colorful tropical fish, octopus, turtles, dolphins and many more sea creatures. If you want a birds-eye view, try zip lining through the trees near Coldwater Creek. Kids love to float down Coldwater Creek and it’s free. You will find paddle boarding, kayaking, canoeing and cycling.
When you take advantage of owning a Navarre Beach timeshare, you are guaranteed an affordable vacation every year in convenient and comfortable accommodation.