Nestled along Florida's northwest coast, sits a super coastal destination popular with celebrities, families and nature lovers amongst others. From parasailing, fishing, cruising, to walking down those white sandy beaches or exploring the city, you will wonder why everyone is not going to Panama City Beach. This charming resort town is certainly a lesser-known Florida hotspot. 

From snorkelling or canoeing along the Emerald coastline to Kayaking on Lake Powell to spotting wildlife along the 2.5 mile beaches at St Andrews to embarking on the forest trails at St Helens - there really is something for everyone, no matter your fitness level. Lake Powell also provides incredible views across the gulf and we cant forget about Pier Park for those shoppers and socialites amongst you. Pier Park hosts a number of super bars and restaurants as well as some boutique and stylish shops.

travel agency in Enfield

travel agency in Enfield

travel agency in Enfield


Where To Stay?


You are literally spoilt for choice .....from luxury beachfront resorts to reasonably priced condos there is something to suit everyone and various budgets. 

One fantastic option is the Hyatt Place Panama City Beach, situated in the Laguna beach area.  This hotel boast large hotel rooms with incredible sea views from the balconies. There is also a fantastic hot and cold breakfast, which is complimentary, a lovely swimming pool and a lazy river on site. 

travel agency in Enfield



travel agency in Enfield





Sun, Sand and Celebs


















In the northwest of Florida, Panama City Beach is in the area known as the "Panhandle", which is home to an astounding number of beautiful beaches and some of the most exclusive celebrity holiday homes. The Panhandle spans 27 miles of spectacular coastlines showcasing sugary white beaches and emerald green waters and with its laid back vibe, many just lounge on these beaches, soaking up the sun or taking part in water activities such as snorkeling, parasailing or sailing tours.


Hidden Beaches

Shell Island is a must visit if you are in the area. As it is only accessible by water, you can access it from St. Andrews State Park by ferry or alternatively take an organised trip to the island on a catamaran.

The island is extremely tranquil and picturesque - there isn't a food kiosk on the island, so ensure to eat before you go and bring a drink with you. 

 With its white sandy beaches and clear waters, it is the perfect place for absolute relaxation, strolls along its incredible coastline and/or snorkelling or swimming in those crystal clear waters. If you love nature, you will fall in love with the warm sand dunes, freshwater lake and costal pine groves.

If you are an animal lover, thanks to its quiet, undisturbed nature, the island is home to shorebirds, deer, ghost crabs, green sea turtles, and all kinds of coastal creatures. If you are lucky, you might even spot some dolphins on the way there or back. 

Where to eat?

For fine dining, why not book a  table at firefly - not only super for fish but you will be able to enjoy a gorgeous view of the sunset whilst at dinner. Runaway Island is also a good spot if you want a beachfront setting and boasts delicious fish tacos and delightful cocktails.

If you want a fantastic breakfast martini as well as mouth-watering pancakes and/or omelettes, you need to queue in line to get a spot at Andy's Flour Power. 

For those with a sweeter tooth, definitely try Thomas Donuts.


You are looking approximately £1,400pp for a seven night stay on a B&B basis at the Hyatt at Easter, inclusive of flights and car hire, for a family of four. Prices vary depending on the time of year and hotel selection so please do get in touch for a quote, if you are interested.