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The "Pass", as locals refer to it, was created by a hurricane on September 27, 1848. A pirate, John Levique, made the first passage through the newly created pass. Hence the name, Johns Pass. Located on the waterfront at Johns Pass, this quaint...more
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This is a nice place to spend an afternoon watching boats and pelicans. Lots of shell shops and ice cream parlors. I recommend the shaved Ice shop next to the tea exchange. Parking garage is $3 per hour.
This cute collection of shops and restaurants on the water is a relaxing and fun way to pass a few hours on your vacation. The shops have some interesting items and they're different enough that you don't feel as if you're looking at the same...More
We loved shopping at the boutique stores. We then walked around the board walk and relaxed by the water and watched the boats and sea gulls. We than ate lunch outside. Fun day for a family trip. There were boat trips you could take if...More
This was actually our second visit to John's Pass Village, but our first review. This is great place to spend an afternoon or kill time between beach visits. There is a wide variety of shopping options that will satisfy the whole family. If you are...More
The Village and Boardwalk are really nice. The Boardwalk goes along the water way with restaurants and bars. Nice views of the water and boats. The Village is nice with many unique shops for shopping. A nice place to spend the afternoon. The pubs have...More