Get swept away to Cape San Blas, one of the Florida Gulf's most beautiful beaches. The white sand and the glittering waters of the Forgotten Coast are sure to delight your senses. Expect spectacular views from the porch of your Gulf front beach house. Sunsets are particularly lovely as the sun dips into the Gulf's shimmering waves. Visitors to Cape San Blas can expect to enjoy gorgeous ocean views, refreshing dips in the pool, fantastic weather, and access to some of the best seafood in the nation.
Fishing is by far one of the most popular activities along the coastal Gulf waters. The scenic waters of Cape San Blas are able to offer outdoorsmen some of the best fishing along the Forgotten Coast. There are many local guides available for individuals or families who want to experience a true local fishing adventure. Deep-sea fishing is also available on some of the area's larger charter boats.
St. Joe's Bay delivers up some of the most succulent yields of fresh local scallops. The scallops found in the shallow waters are not only delicious, but they are also fun to catch. If you are visiting in the summer, join hundreds of other scallop hunters in the frenzied dash across the bay's flats and uncover the delectable mollusk. St. Joe Bay is known locally its elusive catch and is one of the only places in Florida, where scallops can be harvested in a bay.
Boating is a huge part of local life in Cape San Blas. The coastal community thrives on exploring the many wonderful waterways that surround the community. When visiting Cape San Blas, take a boat out an explore sights such as the deep waters of Eagle Harbor the emerald waters of St. Joseph's Peninsula, the scenic flats surrounding Black's Island and the lively harbor of the Port St. Joe Marina.
Cape San Blas is part of a scenic strip of the Florida Gulf Coast that has been nicknamed as the Forgotten Coast. However, many are discovering that the Forgotten Coast is a paradise for of unearthed culinary treasures. The restaurants of Cape San Blas and the surrounding coastal communities offer unique delicacies such as the fresh, local oysters, harvested from the local Apalachicola River beds. Additional fare includes crab, catfish, grouper, mullet, and shrimp.
The stunning 18-hole championship course at St. Joseph's Bay Country Club is straddling the pristine waters of St. Joseph's Bay. The coastal course includes lush landscaping, mature trees, sloping greens and is a fantastic retreat for any golfer who enjoys life in a peaceful coastal setting.
The year-round temperature of the Gulf Coast Region in Florida is fairly temperate. However, the most popular times to visit are the spring and summer seasons when the average temperature is around seventy-seven degrees Fahrenheit.
Cape San Blas is located on Florida's forgotten Coast in the northwest portion of the Florida Panhandle. Located only a short drive Destin, between Panama City and Apalachicola, Cap San Blas is easy to reach by either a private car or rental car. As Cape San Blas is on the coast, it can also be reached by way of boat. Additionally, US Route 98, the road that leads through Cape San Blas, is a popular destination for those who touring the coast by way of motorcycle and bicycle. The scenic coastal highway is considered to be one of the most popular driving destinations in the nation.