Traveling by Air
There are several airports in the Northwest Florida region with commercial national and international flights.
- Pensacola International Airport (PNS) – Pensacola, Florida
- Jack Edwards National Airport (GUF) – Gulf Shores, Alabama
- Northwest Florida Beach International Airport (ECP) – Panama City, Florida
- Northwest Florida Regional Airport (VPS) – Valparaiso, Florida
Once you land, take advantage of local transportation service including taxi, uber, and airport shuttles to reach your lodging safely!
Traveling by Ground
Long-running main roads make driving easy in and out of Northwest Florida and Pensacola Beach, FL. Visitors nationwide flock to the island year-round, here are a few of the easiest ways to reach Pensacola Beach, Florida by land. *Pensacola Beach is only accessible by bridge in Fort Walton Beach, Navarre Beach, or Pensacola Beach
From the North
The most popular means of getting to Pensacola Beach is the Bob Sikes Bridge. Enter from Highway 98 in Gulf Breeze and pay a small toll to the Santa Rosa Island Authority for the easiest access to the island!
From the East
Starting at Okaloosa Island, travel west down Highway 399 for a delightful drive to Pensacola Beach. Toll free and with coastal scenery, this is a personal favorite for many locals and visitors in-the-know.