Located in Franklin County on the Gulf Coast, “Apalach” is a picturesque reminder of Old Florida. Quaint boutiques and art galleries, stately inns, brightly painted homes and some of the nation’s best seafood restaurants line its tree-lined streets.

Much of the town has remained unchanged for decades.

In fact, there’s only one grocery store within the city limits and it’s a Piggly Wiggly.

Fortunately for its visitors, Apalachicola is a survivor of the past deeply rooted in the shrimping industry – an industry that can be witnessed firsthand from the shores and nearby Eastpoint. It’s also a place of unparalleled natural beauty which must be experienced to be believed.

Apalachicola might be a part of Florida’s “forgotten coast,” but it’s never far from the memory of anyone who visits.

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