Florida’s Gulf Coast is the region to consider if you’re looking for beach homes for sale along the Gulf of Mexico. The Gulf of Mexico is treated to calm, temperate weather much of the year, making it one of the top destinations in the world.
From the most western point of Florida's Panhandle down to the southern tip of the Keys, you’re treated to rich and diverse gulf fishing both along Florida’s shoreline and out in the open waters. Hunt the “blue waters” in your own vessel or on one of Florida’s countless professional charters, and be ready to haul in such prizes as king fish, yellowfin tuna, tarpon, and marlin. Florida’s Gulf Coast is lined with natural and manmade structures that work as fish attractors on a grand scale. Underwater ridges, living and artificial reefs, and oil rigs are all worthy hunting sites for your next epic catch!
From north to south, Florida’s Panhandle, West/Central, Southwest, and Keys regions all host a bounty of luxury resorts, marinas, parks, recreation facilities, and beach properties for sale. They also boast mile upon mile of white, sandy beaches and pristine waters. In addition to hitting the waves on a sailboat, powerboat, or jet ski, you should try your hand at wind surfing, paddle boarding, scuba diving, and snorkeling. The Gulf’s iconic crystal-clear waters make for fantastic visibility around the countless reefs, coves, and marshes that hug the coastline.
If you love to golf, you can play your way up and down Florida’s entire Gulf Coast, hitting your golf ball from one immaculate fairway to the next along the west coast of the state. From Pensacola to St. Petersburg to Naples to Key West, you’ll find a noteworthy course accentuated by lush grounds and inspiring views. A few such courses include Sarasota, Taturn Ridge, Rogers Park, and Carriage Hills Golf Club. If you’re interested in living on any golf course along Florida’s Gulf Coast, visit GolfHomes.com for property listings and details.
Tampa Bay is one of the state’s most recognizable areas, as it is Florida’s largest open-water estuary, and it incorporates four cities. Beachfront properties are a premium along the bay and Gulf Coast, enjoying year-round access to all the fun and sun Florida has to offer. And while Tampa Bay boasts some of the state’s finest beaches, it’s only one hotspot of many for you to check out and fall in love with!