Getting to Panama City Beach
From the North:
Highway 79 is the most direct route into Panama City Beach from the north, but Highways 231, 331 and 77 all connect to US HWY 98, which is known as the Panama City Beach Parkway as it crosses though our area. Each of the north/south highways easily access Interstate 10.
From the West:
Take Hwy 98 (Panama City Beach Parkway) directly into Panama City Beach. This is also the fastest way to drive more than a few miles east/west in PCB, and roughly follows the Gulf Coast all the way from Florida's western border to central Florida.
If you're traveling on I-10, take Hwy 331 South to Hwy 20 East, then turn south on Hwy 79 until to get to the beach. From Hwy 20, it's only about 15 miles straight south to get to Panama City Beach.
From the East:
Hwy. 98 will bring you directly to Panama City Beach, or take either I-10 or Hwy 20 westbound to Hwys 79, 77 or 231.
Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport (ECP)
The airport is currently served by Delta and Southwest Airlines with flights arriving and departing daily. United Airlines will begin daily service on March 5, 2015. Silver Airways will begin service to and from both Orlando and Tampa beginning on March 12, 2015. The Airport is conveniently located approximately 15 minutes from area beaches. Contact (850) 763-6751 or http://www.iflybeaches.com/
Greyhound bus lines provide transportation to PCB and the surrounding areas. http://www.greyhound.com/home/