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Vacasa Posts: 2022: Top 25 Best Places to Buy a Vacation Home – Port St. Joe is No. 24!

 While some vacation rental home buyers have their sights set on a single destination, others may be open to multiple locations that check certain, distinct boxes. Either way, potential rental revenue typically is (and should be) a consideration when deciding the best places to invest in real estate. So, for people still on the hunt for their Read More

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Southern Living Says Cape San Blas Is the Best-Kept Secret on Florida’s Forgotten Coast

Time to pack your bags! By Tara Massouleh McCayMay 28, 2022 CREDIT: PARADISE MEDIA FOR VISIT FLORIDA For beach lovers looking to steer clear of crowds, Florida’s Forgotten Coast is a welcome reprieve. With 200 miles of coastline encompassing five islands, 99 historic sites, and some of the most charming beachside communities you’ll find anywhere, there are dozens Read More

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PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA

By  Mike Miller  Updated August 12, 2022 Port St. Joe, Florida Port St. Joe is on Florida’s “Forgotten Coast” at the intersection of US-98 and State Road 71 about 23 miles west of Apalachicola in Gulf County. Its population is about 3,400. T. H. Stone Memorial St. Joseph Peninsula State Park The Forgotten Coast is the stretch along the Gulf Coast in the Read More

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Airbnb Reveals 6 Of The Top 10 Most In-Demand Travel Destinations This Summer Are In Florida

By: Robert Lovi | June 15, 2022 | Culture Home & Real Estate Community In the coming months, members of the Airbnb community will once again come together to share their passion for new travel adventures. According to a recent poll, more than nine out of ten active Airbnb guests plan to take a vacation this summer. However, most people will Read More

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Florida NewsLine Finding Florida’s Forgotten Coast By Debi Lander mail@floridanewsline.com I’m always excited to discover new destinations, especially in my home state. Florida’s Forgotten Coast remains a relatively quiet, under-developed region on the southern tip of the Panhandle, below Panama City and Mexico Beaches. “Forgotten” because travelers bypassed the area due to theF smelly paper Read More