Biloxi is one of the oldest communities in the country, having first been settled in 1699. Today, the city is a cultural melting pot, with a year ’round schedule of celebrations, set against a backdrop of sugar-white sand beaches, great deep-sea or freshwater fishing, an array of championship golf courses, museums and historic sites, tantalizing seafood restaurants, and the excitement of 24-hour non-stop casino resorts.
Of course, our strongest assets are the smiling faces and warm hospitality that await you. But don’t just take our word, see for yourself
During the course of Biloxi’s history, eight flags have flown over her and the Mississippi Gulf Coast. These flags included the flags of six countries: France, England, Spain, the Republic of West Florida, Confederate States of America, and the United States stars and stripes. The other two flags were state flags: the Magnolia State Flag and the current Mississippi State flag.
Once known as the “Seafood Capital of the World”, Biloxi offers both revival and relaxation in equal measures. Jet-ski in the Gulf of Mexico, take a Shrimping Trip or a sunset sail on a Biloxi Schooner, or relax with your toes in the white sand and enjoy the beautiful views of the Mississippi Sound. Catch a Biloxi Shuckers baseball game and sample some locally-brewed coastal cold ones, or challenge your friends to a game of blackjack and watch a headliner show at one of the casinos. The options are endless.
Biloxi has two entertainment districts, where patrons may leave a restaurant or bar with a purchased drink in a go-cup: one is in the historic district, beginning at IP Casino and wrapping around Back Bay to the beach front and then back to just west of the Interstate 110 loop. The second is right along the beach front from about Veterans Avenue to Debuys Roa