In 1699, French explorer, Pierre Moyne d'Iberville, landed in the Gulf Coast area that is now the city of D'Iberville. Fast forward to 1988, almost 300 years later, D'Iberville becomes an official city. Part of Harrison County, D'Iberville sits just North of Biloxi across the Back Bay. The city is known to feel like a "small big city". After Hurricane Katrina, D'Iberville has been and continue to be redeveloped and rebuilt. The city received town design consulting services from some of the nation's best urban designers. This effort has helped to reconstruct the city, allowed for a growth in businesses, and brought back a lot that was lost.
Despite the redevelopment, D'Iberville continues to have a unique coastal charm that separates it from the rest of the Mississippi Gulf Coast. The sleepy, fishing village characteristics attract many to visitors and those looking to relocate to the area. D'Iberville is a tourist hot spot and a wonderful place to call home due to its calm, scenic beaches, good public schools, booming downtown, and ideal warm temperatures year-round.