Perdido Key


Perdido Key is more secluded than neighboring coastal communities, providing a calm and pleasant atmosphere. This 16-mile stretch of white sand beach is located in Alabama between Pensacola and Orange Beach, with approximately 60% of the town protected by federal or state parks. The name Perdido Key translates as "Lost Key," precisely how this peaceful little beach town seems on island time. The protected shoreline is filled with natural beauty, and development has been kept to a minimum to maintain the area's tranquility and comfort.


Restaurants and Nightlife


Flora-Bama Lounge, Package, and Oyster Bar known as a "honky-tonk on the beach," this establishment is open 365 days a year and features a rotating lineup of excellent musicians. With five distinct stages, you may listen to country, rock, or beach music while drinking your favorite beverage. If you are hungry, you can gorge on oysters, burgers, and a variety of other delectable things without leaving the premises.

The Jellyfish Restaurant if you're in the mood for seafood, this restaurant can accommodate you. Daily and weekly promotions are available, and there is both indoor and outdoor dining. The Jellyfish provide a lunch and dinner menu in addition to sushi.

Schools and Education


If you're looking for a school in Perdido, Perdido School serves children in grades K through 8 in the community of North Baldwin County. Students in high school will attend the Escambia County School District and will have a variety of options.