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Welcome to Panacea & the Beach
Escape the bustle of city living, the modern high-rises and jam-packed boardwalks that populate much of Florida’s shoreline, and take a trip down Highway 98 to the “Forgotten Coast” of Panacea. This quiet coastal community seems to have almost escaped the passage of time entirely, with an authentic “Old Florida” feel and residents who still work in the evergreen traditions of crabbing, fishing, and shipbuilding. Panacea is the perfect place for boaters and anglers, for nature lovers and adventurers, for those who want to gaze out over the wide-open waters of the Gulf or the wildlife-abundant tidal marshes and towering pine forests of the Apalachicola National Forest.
If you’re looking for a true coastal escape, then Panacea is the place to find it. Come explore.
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Panacea and Beaches at a Glance
Crawfordville: 12 miles, about 15 minutes
Tallahassee International Airport: 30 miles, about 40 minutes
Downtown Tallahassee: 31 miles, about 43 minutes
Major Roads: US-98, US-319
Population: ~ 820
Median Home Value: $245,800
Spotlights of Panacea Beach
Panacea Mineral Springs
Founded in 1895, the Springs was once renowned for its miracle healing powers. Though the Springs no longer draws visitors from across the globe, it's still a Panacea favorite in today’s much quieter community.
Panacea might be a small community, but it’s a community that knows how to celebrate its unique culture. Don’t miss favorite events like the Blue Crab Festival or the Mighty Mullet Maritime Festival.
Want to learn more about the Panacea community? Explore some of its favorite local attractions, like the touch tanks at the Gulf Specimen Aquarium, or the Big Bend Maritime Center, which offers both history and shipbuilding lessons.
Panacea Beach Attractions
What You'll LOVE in Panacea Beach
So Many Ways to Get Out on the Water
Nestled along a number of shorelines, including the Ochlockonee River, Dickerson Bay, and the Gulf of Mexico, the Panacea area offers nearly endless ways of getting out on the water. There’s paddling, boating, and tons of fishing. Rock Landing Dock is a favorite spot for enjoying beautiful views of boats out on Dickerson Bay.
Tons of Outdoor Recreation
Situated between St. Marks Wildlife Refuge and the Apalachicola National Forest, Panacea is the perfect place for those who love to get outside and appreciate the vast beauty of nature. Geography ranges from ancient pine forests to freshwater lakes, to tidal marshes, to beautiful estuaries, and wildlife abounds.
An Abundance of Beautiful Homes
Looking for private, peaceful waterfront living? You’ll find tons of options in the Panacea area, whether you’re looking for a charming beachfront bungalow or a secluded marshfront home. Waterfront living is especially popular, with plenty of boat-friendly homes with docks, as well as beachfront options available.
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