Lillian, AL is a small town of just over 1,300 residents located near the Florida state line. It is less than 4 square miles but is home to a rich history. The community was first established in 1630 by the King of Spain who granted land to the Suarez family. The Old Spanish Cemetery in Lillian has burials from as far back as the 16th century. Outdoor lovers will find much to do in the surrounding area of Lillian. Johnson Beach, Big Lagoon State Park, and the Tarklin Bayou Preserve State Park are all just a short drive away from the town. With the Florida state line so close, the metropolitan area of Pensacola is just half an hour away which gives residents access to a variety of retail shopping options, restaurants, and other attractions.