Apalachicola is located on Florida’s Forgotten Coast in Franklin County on the Apalachicola Bay which is also an inlet to the Gulf of Mexico. Click on the map to the left for more information. Apalachicola is a enchanting town of the Old South, rich in history, art, and culture and offers some of the best seafood in Florida. Apalachicola served as a port for the early sponge trade, cotton and lumber. The Florida Seafood Festival is held here each year in November, you don't want to miss it! Apalachicola has many beautiful historic homes in its historic district which add the city's charm. There are many attractions including the Orman House Historic State Park and John Gorrie Museum State Park. Would you believe that air conditioning was invented here?
Check out the following video which shows some of the fantastic scenery around historic Apalachicola. Apalachicola is a great place for families with many housing options. It is referred to as "Apalach" by local residents and the name Apalachicola means the "land of friendly people" derived from its native american name. For more detailed information about the area go here.
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