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Perdido Key Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Information Center


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"Perdido", meaning "lost" in Spanish, encompasses federal and state parks abundant with wetlands, estuaries and wildlife. It’s so peaceful, it’s easy to get lost in the beauty. Visitors will find plenty to do in Perdido Key, ranked among the nation’s top 20 beaches by "Dr. Beach," from charter boat fishing and golfing to birdwatching and taking in the scenery.

  • Amenities:
  • Gift Shop,
  • Business Type:
  • Chambers & Visitors Bureaus, Welcome Centers,
  • Disabled Traveler Information:
  • Handicapped Parking, Wheelchair-friendly,


Wine & Art Fest

April 02, 2015 - April 05, 2015
Perdido Key's 6th annual Wine & Art Fest will be held on April 2-5 all along the beautiful Key, nestled between Pensacola, FL and Orange Beach, AL.This year's festival will operate differently than past years. As our hidden island community grows, so must our events. The wine tasting and art displays will take place throughout the entire Key this year, rather than in one location. To purchase tasting tickets that will get you into said restaurants, please call (850.492.4660) the Visitors Center or stop by anytime until 4:30 pm (15500 Perdido Key Drive).


Annual Interstate Mullet Toss

April 24, 2015
On April 24-26, the Flora-Bama hosts its annual Interstate Mullet Toss. Visitors and locals flock to the beach for a chance to toss a mullet fish across the Florida/Alabama state line. It’s a weekend for the books, with approximately 35,000 people heading to Perdido Key for this annual fun-filled fish event.

Shindig on the Sand

June 05, 2015
With last year’s success, the Perdido Key Chamber, along with the Flora-Bama, is bringing back Shindig on the Sand. The second annual Shindig will consist of a weekend (June 5-7) filled with sun, fun and lots of great music, all while keeping your toes in the sand.

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