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Located in the extreme northwestern region of Florida on the Pensacola Bay, Pensacola is a busy seaport connected to the Gulf of Mexico. A popular nickname for the city is "World's Whitest Beaches" due to the stretch of pristine, white sand that characterizes the nearby beaches along the Florida panhandle.
Pensacola is also nicknamed "The City of Five Flags" due to the settlements of the Spanish, French, and British, before eventually becoming part of the United States. Originally inhabited by Native Americans, the city's namesake may come from this tribe, which was known to the Spanish as the Pensacola tribe. Settled by the Spanish in 1559, the city is considered to be the first settlement in America.
Visitors to Pensacola will enjoy the humid subtropical climate that results in short, mild winters and over 343 days of sunshine a year. In January, the average temperature in Pensacola is a pleasant 61 degrees. During the hot, humid summers, daytime temperatures can reach the upper 90's, but southerly winds off the Gulf of Mexico can temper the heat. Due to the coastal location of the city, temperatures over 100 degrees are very rare. Visitors can also expect frequent thunderstorms during the summer months. While snow is extremely rare, there have been winters where snow has been recorded. This mild climate makes Pensacola an ideal destination year-round.
It is no surprise that visitors flock to the white beaches and historical districts of the city. Two Pensacola beaches rank among America's Top Ten Beaches according to a study conducted by the University of Maryland. Many of these visitors may also choose to call Pensacola home. A University of Pennsylvania study ranked the city as No. 2 in quality of life among 130 United States cities.