TRAVEL TO Cordova Mall



Cordova Mall is located in the Uptown area of Pensacola, FL, a short drive from anywhere in the Pensacola Bay Area. As northwest Florida’s premiere shopping center, Cordova Mall is home to over 120 retailers and is anchored by Belk, Dillard’s Dick’s Sporting Goods, Best Buy, World Market and Bed Bath & Beyond.

At Cordova Mall you will find some of the most exciting retailers including Coach, LOFT, Jos A Bank, Hollister, Chico’s, Sephora, Old Navy and Victoria’s Secret to name just a few.

For your dining pleasure, Cordova Mall offers Romano’s Macaroni Grill, Red Robin, Panera Bread, Moe’s Southwestern Grill and seven exciting fast food cafes.

Conveniently located at North Ninth Avenue and Bayou Boulevard, Cordova is just two miles east of Interstate I-110.

Cordova Mall is more than a mall. It truly is a destination!


Located at North Ninth Avenue and Bayou Boulevard, Cordova Mall is within a short drive of many nearby cities including Destin, FL, Gulf Shores, AL, and Orange Beach, AL.


Where to Play

The Pensacola Bay area stretches from Perdido Key to Pensacola Beach providing both residents and visitors with a wide variety of leisure and cultural activities. As America’s first major settlement in 1559, Pensacola recently celebrate our 450th anniversary with a visit from the King and Queen from Spain and the world’s third largest tall ship Elcano. Pensacola is also home to several state colleges and universities including the University of West Florida.

Visitors will find some of the most beautiful beaches in the world at Perdido Key and Pensacola Beach, where blue skies, jewel-green waters and swaying sea oats provide the perfect backdrop for a vacation. Explore Gulf Islands National Seashore, the longest tract of protected seashore in the United States. The coast is perfect for fishing, surfing, scuba diving, collecting seashells or just taking it easy. In fact, Pensacola’s beaches have been ranked among the best in the country by TripAdvisor, Dr. Beach and the Travel Channel. Spanish for “lost island”, Perdido Key encompasses federal and state parks abundant in wetlands, estuaries and wildlife.

In addition to being the “Cradle of Naval Aviation”, the Pensacola Bay Area is proud to call itself home to the renowned Blue Angels, officially known as the U.S. Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron. In addition to their Pensacola Beach show and their Homecoming show, on Wednesday mornings at 11:30 a.m. from March through November, visitors and locals have the opportunity to meet the pilots, take photos with them and even ask for autographs at the National Naval Aviation Museum, one of the world’s largest air and space museums. 360 degree full motion flight simulators, special hands-on exhibits and more than 150 historic aircraft will amaze you at the Naval Museum.

Pensacola is proud of its rich heritage, historically significant events and landmarks. Furnished period houses, several museums and one of Florida’s oldest churches at Historic Pensacola Village are located in downtown Pensacola near charming shops and eateries. And you can literally dig into the past at summer archaeological digs by the University of West Florida. Whether you climb to the top of the Pensacola Lighthouse, let the kids have fun in the Discovery Gallery inside the T.T. Wentworth, Jr. Florida State Museum of visit the Veteran’s Memorial Park to see the only permanent replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C., the quality and variety of Pensacola’s historical attractions delight more than just history buffs.

Pensacolians love to celebrate. The area’s year-round festivals reflect the diversity of the community. You will find a celebration of the arts, songwriters, film and food. Even Mardi Gras is celebrated here.

The Pensacola Bay Area has come into its own as a dining destination, and visitors can taste the delectable choices for which Pensacola’s restaurants receive acclaim. Five Pensacola Celebrity Chefs bring their talents to the local dining scene. Some restaurants have been part of the area’s history for decades. Visitors will also find a lively scene for plenty of fun when the sun goes down. From waterfront watering holes and Irish pubs to sophisticated martini bars and historic venues, there are plenty of places to enjoy on vacation.

When it comes to sports in the Pensacola, there’s always something to cheer about. A full calendar of amateur competitions and professional sporting events keeps the heart pumping year-round. Whether it si just for fun or for serious competition you can do more than watch by taking part in events as the Double Bridge Run, Pensacola Marathon, Santa Rosa Triathlon, fishing tournaments and a variety of gold tournaments. With bays, rivers and the Gulf of Mexico, water sports abound. Take the plunge by diving a local reef or exploring Florida’s paddling train or just relax and set sail.

Stay & Play



There are more than 6,500 parking spaces at Cordova Mall. The preferred taxicab vendor for Cordova Mall is Tucker Transportation Yellow Cab. Stop by Simon Guest Services inside the mall to order a taxi or contact them at 850.433.3333. In addition, ECAT operates the public transit system for the Pensacola and offers a drop off/pick up near Cordova Mall.

Group tours are always welcome at Cordova Mall and are encouraged to register with the Mall Management Office to receive mall directories for their groups.