The Forgotten Coast is the Coastal region that extends along the southern-most part of the middle of the Florida Panhandle bordering the Gulf of Mexico from Mexico Beach to the Apalachee Bay. Some of Florida’s most beautiful white sandy beaches are in this quiet undeveloped and peaceful coast. Marine life is abundant as is the oyster and shrimp production that the area is renowned for.
This area includes the coastline stretching from Mexico Beach to St. Marks and encompasses Port St. Joe, Cape San Blas, Apalachicola, Eastpoint, Carrabelle, Lanark Village, Alligator Point, Panacea and Shell Point. Some of Florida’s most beautiful natural parks can be found in this coastal area.