For over 300 years, Shell Island has attracted visitors to its unspoiled shores.
Early Spanish Conquistadors who sailed these waters in search of treasure and safe harbor reported seeing thatched-roof villages and tall Indians along beaches of sparkling sands.
Today it is best known for its seven and a half miles of pristine beach, clear water, and many types of shell not often found on the more developed shores of Panama City Beach.
Its coves provide a natural sanctuary to dolphins, crabs, turtles and fish.
Another perfect day capped off by a glorious sunset in paradise at Latitude 30!
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