Perdido Key

Welcome to Perdido Key


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A beautiful beach town nestled in the Northwest Florida panhandle, right on the border of Alabama, Perdido Key boasts inviting blue-green water perfect for deep-sea fishing, jet skiing, parasailing, scuba diving, dolphin watching, and so much more. With incredible family-owned restaurants serving top-notch fresh seafood, fun festivals in Perdido Key and neighboring communities, regular Blue Angels flight demonstrations, tons of activities for family fun, and endless options for amazing day trips, Perdido Key is the perfect place for a beach vacation.

That’s why Valerie Hawkins, owner of Perdido Realty Vacations, calls this paradise home.

Perdido Realty Vacations

Price Range
Beachfront Properties
Best Island Locations

The 100 Collection of Perdido Realty Vacations

Leave all of your cares behind and relax in Perdido Key, where you can enjoy white-sand beaches, beautiful gulf coast water, and the incredible culture and nightlife of nearby coastal cities. Enjoy this slice of paradise when you stay in one of the gorgeous luxury condos or vacation villas included in Valerie’s collection, featuring high-end designs, stunning ocean views, and lavish amenities.

Services Offered
  • Linens provided
Services Available
  • Golf packages
  • Restaurant & Activity recommendations
Doyen of Perdido Realty Vacations
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Valerie Hawkins
Favorite Restaurant
The Jellyfish
Favorite Brewery
McGuire's Irish Pub
Favorite Boutique
The Market
Favorite Coffee
The Breakfast Club
Favorite Place to Relax
The Beach
Favorite Place to Go Out
Favorite Thing About Perdido Key
Annual Flora-bama Bulls on the Beach Event

When Valerie Hawkins first visited the beautiful island of Perdido Key, FL, it was love at first sight. Originally a social worker in Savannah, Georgia, Valerie moved to Perdido Key to be with her husband. In 1984, she became a licensed Florida real estate agent in order to share this paradise with others. At the same time, Valerie also founded Dirtbusters Resort Cleaning service, which she grew to 250 units and 40 employees before selling ten years later.