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Mississippi Coast Stew: Sun Herald's Guide to Gulf Coast Living

TIM ISBELLA seagull flies over remnants of a pier near Tegarden Road in Gulfport.
TIM ISBELLA seagull flies over remnants of a pier near Tegarden Road in Gulfport.

There are a lot of ingredients that make Mississippi Coast stew. The lower six counties that make up this region offer a range of diversity.

Residents of the upper three counties enjoy rural living and pastoral scenes, yet they are close to the amenities of nearby larger cities.

Residents of the lower three counties enjoy life by the beach, gambling, shopping and urban amenities, yet they are near rural areas with nature and the quality of life they afford.

All of that combined makes for a great place to live and explore.

The 2016 Guide to Gulf Coast Living is dedicated to all things good about the region for both residents and visitors. We hope you enjoy a small taste of our stew and come away with a better sense of what it means to live on the Mississippi Coast.

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