As far as Navarre Beach points of interest, Juana’s Pagodas will be the first one encountered after crossing the bridge onto Navarre Beach. Located on bay front Navarre Beach, Juana’s Pagodas offers seafood dining by day, and waterside dancing and drinks when the sun goes down! Take advantage of the large public beach that borders Juana’s Pagodas, with shallow waters for swimming and gear rentals available on site!
Navarre Beach Pier
After the old pier was destroyed by several strong storms, the current Navarre Beach Pier was constructed in 2010. At 1,545 ft long, the Navarre Pier is the longest in the Gulf of Mexico. Stroll the pier for the sights, sounds, or the fantastic fishing during your time on the Emerald Coast!
Navarre Beach Marine Park
Located along one of ten National Seashores, the Navarre Beach Marine Park features three different attractions above and below sea level!
- Navarre Beach Sea Turtle Conservation Center – Meet Gigi, the resident loggerhead sea turtle, then continue on in meeting and learning about the fantastic sea creatures that makes up our incredible ocean!
- Navarre Beach Marine Sanctuary and Artificial Reefs – Three new near-shore reefs allow visitors to experience marine life up close at Navarre Beach!
- Navarre Beach Marine Science Station – Thousands of families and students visit the Navarre Beach Marine Science Center each year! Learn about Gulf Coast marine life from experts in the field.
*Visit all three attractions free of charge! Park attractions are open sun up to sun down every day. The Navarre Beach Marine Park is located at the intersection of Gulf Boulevard and the Navarre Beach Causeway.