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Cape San Blas is bordered by both the Gulf of Mexico and St. Joseph Bay.

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C-30A

This is called C-30 because the road used to be County Road 30.  This is now State Highway 30-A and it takes you from Highway 98 just east of Port St. Joe on a scenic route along beautiful bay front property and on by the entrance to Cape San Blas or Highway 30-E.  Once you pass Cape San Blas and before you get to Indian Pass there is a beautiful area that fronts the Gulf of Mexico.  

 

Then you pass the world famous Indian Pass Raw Bar then the next area of water is Indian Lagoon.  Your Eastward route on Highway 30 will then take you into Franklin county where this road connects back into Highway 98 and on into Apalachicola. 

So in this area you can find beautiful bay front, lagoon front or gulf front property. 

 

WindMark Beach

 

There are still five home sites to be sold at WindMark Beach Phase I - including two on the beach and one beachfront home - though none of the five are currently for sale. That first phase also includes a pool club and several community docks, as well as an extensive conservation area. 

 

"WindMark Beach is planned as a high-end beachfront resort destination," said Kevin M. Twomey, president of The St. Joe Co. "We initially planned to start sales in the new phase of WindMark Beach later this year, but have elected to wait for higher values we believe can be achieved after additional progress is made on the construction of infrastructure and amenities."

 

Demand is expected to the high for the lots to be released. If you desire information on Windmark, please contact us and we will have a complete package mailed to you and keep you on the update to let you know about future releases. 

Port St. Joe

 

Whereas Apalachicola’s world may be the oyster, in nearby Port St. Joe the crustacean of renown is the bay scallop, harvested recreationally during the summer months. Charters take watersports enthusiasts on scalloping expeditions and also snorkeling and diving to local wrecks and ledges. Port St. Joe is the site of Florida’s first Constitution Convention and a museum remembers it and the erstwhile town of St. Joseph.

 

If you have felt that gentle urge to kick your shoes off, relax, and enjoy the "Undiscovered Florida," then discover the natural beauty and residential communities of Port St. Joe in Northwest Florida's Gulf County. The sugar-sand beaches to the south of the county, coupled with freshwater fishing meccas and a rich history as the site of Florida's first Constitution Convention, make this area worth exploring. Whether you're looking for that dream vacation, a great place to relocate, or the perfect place to retire, Port St. Joe may be just what you're looking for.

Mexico Beach

 

Mexico Beach is located in Bay County southeast of Panama City between Panama City and Apalachicola along US Highway 98 near St Joseph Bay and the Gulf of Mexico. Mexico Beach is part of the Panama City, Florida metro area. This small coastal community is a quiet, serene destination, which for many becomes home after having been lured by its quiet charms.

 

If fishing is on the agenda, bring your rod and tackle and cast your line into the beautiful emerald green Gulf of Mexico from City Canal Park, the City Pier or right from the edge of the surf line. There are also several charter services are available to take you out into the Gulf. This small coastal community, located 20 miles east of Panama City on Florida's Undiscovered Gulf Coast, is a quiet, serene destination, which for many becomes home after having been lured by its charms. With a permanent residency of just under 1,300 people, Mexico Beach provides a small-town atmosphere filled with the charm of the Florida panhandle. Mexico Beach is a quiet town where the preserved natural beauty of the land and sea combines to make a spellbinding destination. Shelling, watching the dolphins play at sunset, and dipping into the Gulf of Mexico for a refreshing swim are favorite pastimes for visitors and locals alike. The residents are relaxed and cordial and the local restaurants, with their fabulous menus, provide the perfect setting to meet with family and friends. If fishing spells relaxation for you, bring your rod and tackle and cast your line into the beautiful emerald green Gulf of Mexico from City Canal Park, the City Pier or right from the edge of the surf line. For those who are more adventurous, several charter services are available to take you out into the Gulf where the big fish reside. Mexico Beach has an active preservation committee, the Mexico Beach Artificial Reef Association, whose principal directive is to locate ecologically friendly reefs at various deep-water locations for improved angling. Mexico Beach is a tranquil enclave where peace awaits —a place where you can escape from crowds, jobs and the stress of everyday life. It is an unspoiled treasure of intrinsic natural beauty, friendly people and carefree spirits.