Gulf Coast Events
Mark your calendar with these distinctive events along the Gulf Coast in all of our beach locations, including Fort Walton Beach, Destin, Scenic 30A, Panama City Beach, Navarre Beach, Pensacola Beach, Perdido Key, Orange Beach, Gulf Shores and Fairhope. While each area hosts their own events, the beach communities are so close to one another, and often intertwined, that visiting guests can participate and enjoy neighboring activities going on nearby with ease.
One-of-a-kind festivals and fairs celebrate so many different passions and interests. With fishing core to all of our communities, we commemorate several seafood festivals and fishing tournaments highlighting local fare and seasonal favorites. With the unique arts and culture of our exceptional areas, art expos, plein air artists, live theater, and wine and music festivals satisfy the creative souls. For the athletes, our climate is perfect for foot races, duathlons and triathlons, as well as fantastic beach volleyball tournaments.
Southern Vacation Rentals event guide can direct you to countless ways to explore these happenings, either to enhance your existing vacation or perhaps entice you to plan your next trip to the beach. We hope you will want to plan more than one.
Events for February 28, 2017
Gather behind of one Destin's most loved restaurants, The Back Porch, for the 4th annual Paddle at the Porch event this August! This stand-up paddle board race event features a one mile, three mile and six mile race through the emerald waters of the Gulf. Book your Destin beach house or condo and save 25% […]Find out more
Looking for reasons to celebrate Mardi Gras in one of our Gulf Shores beach homes? Besides the beautiful and relaxing location, the Gulf Shores Mardi Gras Parade is one of the best in the area! The parade begins at 10 AM and will last for about an hour. In previous years hundreds of people have […]Find out more
What better way to celebrate Mardi Gras than on vacation in Orange Beach? Discover your love for the holiday this year at the Orange Beach Mardi Gras Parade. It started years ago with just a few people who wanted to dress up for the holiday and parade around the beach. After it drew some attention, the […]Find out more