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Coastal Mississippi Road Trip

Each coastal community offers experiences that are unique to Coastal Mississippi, but also unique to that community. You cannot go wrong venturing out to any one of them, and we encourage you to visit them all! The most beautiful part of Highway 90 is right here in Coastal Mississippi, and it will take you all the way from Waveland to Moss Point, right by the Gulf of Mexico and a 26-mile-long beach (the longest man-made beach in the nation). Check out the best local things to do and see, but don’t limit yourself to what is listed here. There are many treasures waiting to be found on the Secret Coast…

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Coastal Mississippi Jazz and Blues Artist Lucious Spiller

There’s no doubt Mississippi is a historical staple in the Jazz & Blues movement. The Gulf Coast region is home to the Mississippi Blues Trail commemorating dozens of clubs and cafes where blues greats, such as Bobby Rush, Denise LaSalle and O.B. Buchana performed regularly. But, Jazz & Blues isn’t just something to be remembered – in Coastal Mississippi – it’s still alive and well with award-winning musicians like Lucious Spiller and the opening of new clubs like Ground Zero Blues Club…

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Mother's Day in Coastal Mississippi

There is no better place to celebrate the maternal figure in your life than on The Secret Coast. With extravagant dining options, opportunities for shopping and lavishing, and plenty of ways to spend quality time together, we’ve got a plethora of ways to let mothers everywhere know how special they are. It’s important to show Mom your love and appreciation every single day, but we promise any one of these things will make her feel that much more loved…

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A Gulf of Options: Your Dining Guide to Coastal Mississippi

As a coastal destination, the abundance of seafood is seenin the likes of fish, crab, shrimp, and oysters provided in droves by the generous freshwater tributaries of the Mississippi River and the salty waters of the generous Gulf of Mexico. The seafood industry plays an integral role in our regional cuisine, with over 200 species of fish and nationally recognized oyster and domestic shrimp industries. But the tri-county region of Coastal Mississippi also boasts layers of flavor and influence distilled from the international communities who call its 62 miles of coastline home. Plus, our restaurant scene is a culinary roulette wheel, from fine dining to casual eateries, providing an intriguing pilgrimage for your palate. Discover the diverse restaurant scene that every visitor needs to experience…

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