Destin - South Walton 30 A Events

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Explore the Communities in South Walton Miramar Beach Remember the beach towns of your childhood? Miramar Beach brings back the feel of those classic coastal enclaves, complete with a beachfront camping and RV park. But while Miramar has that nostalgic beach feel, it also has ultra-modern amenities and activities that are ideal for family fun, including jet skis, parasailing, and endless shopping opportunities at the nation’s largest designer outlet center, the Silver Sands Factory Stores. Sandestin What’s your pleasure? From playing golf or tennis to spas and activities of all types. Sandestin neighborhood caters to both the romantic beach getaway and the family vacation. Home to the only marina in South Walton and the vibrant Village of Baytowne Wharf, Sandestin plays host to numerous festivals and events. Overlooking the stunning waters of the Gulf, the Hilton Sandestin Beach Golf Resort & Spa is a full-service Hotel & Conference Center. And don't miss an opportunity to stroll through Grand Boulevard a lively town center with Restaurants - Shopping -and much more... Santa Rosa Beach Founded in 1910 as the center of a thriving tupentine industry, Santa Rosa Beach was the start of the South Walton 30A area's that we know today. This Community of Luxury Beach Homes, Condo's, Villa's, and laid back beach communities of yester-year offers Upscale Dining, Unique Artist Colony, and Beach Lovers of Life is certainly not a relic from the past... This is a place that you have to experience just once in your life... In my opinion it is the Carribbean of NW Florida...... Santa Rosa Beach was named one of the Top "10" Beach Destinations in 2011 by Yahoo Travel which praised our "Laping Waves and Cool Sand Beaches" and the endless array of outdoor and indoor activities alike.... Explore the Communities in South Walton Miramar Beach Remember the beach towns of your childhood? Miramar Beach brings back the feel of those classic coastal enclaves, complete with a beachfront camping and RV park. But while Miramar has that nostalgic beach feel, it also has ultra-modern amenities and activities that are ideal for family fun, including jet skis, parasailing, and endless shopping opportunities at the nation’s largest designer outlet center, the Silver Sands Factory Stores. Sandestin What’s your pleasure? From playing golf or tennis to spas and activities of all types. Sandestin neighborhood caters to both the romantic beach getaway and the family vacation. Home to the only marina in South Walton and the vibrant Village of Baytowne Wharf, Sandestin plays host to numerous festivals and events. Overlooking the stunning waters of the Gulf, the Hilton Sandestin Beach Golf Resort & Spa is a full-service Hotel & Conference Center. And don't miss an opportunity to stroll through Grand Boulevard a lively town center with Restaurants - Shopping -and much more... Santa Rosa Beach Founded in 1910 as the center of a thriving tupentine industry, Santa Rosa Beach was the start of the South Walton 30A area's that we know today. This Community of Luxury Beach Homes, Condo's, Villa's, and laid back beach communities of yester-year offers Upscale Dining, Unique Artist Colony, and Beach Lovers of Life is certainly not a relic from the past... This is a place that you have to experience just once in your life... In my opinion it is the Carribbean of NW Florida...... Santa Rosa Beach was named one of the Top "10" Beach Destinations in 2011 by Yahoo Travel which praised our "Laping Waves and Cool Sand Beaches" and the endless array of outdoor and indoor activities alike.... Blue Mountain With native blue lupine flowers (the “blue”) and some of the highest dunes on the Gulf Coast (the “mountain”), Blue Mountain Beach stands out along the South Walton coastline with its own naturally laid-back style. Accommodations here range from lavish homes to ’60s-era beach cottages, but it’s the outdoor adventures like hiking through cypress swamps and pine groves in Point Washington State Forest or biking the Timpoochee Trail that will stand out in your beach vacation memories forever… Grayton Beach The hand-painted sign on the side of the road sums it up: “Nice Dogs, Friendly Folks.” Grayton Beach is about as laid-back and organic as a beach town can get, from the old-style wooden beach bungalows to the “hippie kitsch” feel of the iconic Red Bar to the narrow neighborhood streets lined with live oaks. But this is more than just a cool beach town. It’s home to the diverse coastal ecosystems of Western Lake and Grayton Beach State Park, and a gateway to a large expanse of sugar-white beach that is a haven for fishermen, boaters, and beachcombers alike. WaterColor Hailed for its eco-friendly design and environmental stewardship, WaterColor is a shining example of how responsible development not only blends in with its surroundings, but enhances them. With an award-winning inn and restaurant, stately beach cottages, a boathouse, tennis club, spa, shops, restaurants, and beach club, there are always plenty of “civilized” things to do. But with almost half of its 499 acres set aside for open space and preservation, WaterColor’s emphasis is clearly on the breathtaking natural environment that surrounds it. Seaside With an outdoor amphitheater, A nationally acclaimed fine arts festival, A local repertory troupe, When it comes to pairing beauty and the beach, the folks in Seaside have, well… made an art of it. Of course, that’s exactly what you’d expect from a town that wrote the book on New Urbanism, and where the picture-perfect pastel homes and picket fences lit up the big screen in The Truman Show. But there’s more to Seaside than its design. It’s a beach neighborhood with a profound sense of community, a family-friendly feel, and a whimsical sense of fun that will permeate your entire visit. Seagrove Named for the thick grove of windswept trees that surround it, Seagrove still maintains the same green canopy of oaks, magnolias, hickories, and sand pines that came to define it a half a century ago. Today, Seagrove has an eclectic mix of old beach homesteads and newer cottages, as well as a well-balanced menu of off-beach activities that range from exploring Point Washington State Forest to browsing the beach shops and restaurants along Scenic Highway 30A. WaterSound From the bold turquoise of Gulf water to deep green wooded grasslands, from the serenity of riding a beach bike between two dunes to the enjoyment of driving a ball on the Camp Creek Golf Course, the gated resort community of WaterSound gives its visitors a secluded microcosm of everything that South Walton has to offer. It’s a place that both reflects its surroundings and complements them, and allows guests to enjoy relaxing beach vacations at their own pace. Seacrest If you like your beach vacations on the quiet side, Seacrest’s tranquil charm is a perfect fit. Situated at the eastern end of Scenic Highway 30A, this eclectic mix of classic Florida beach houses and brand new vacation homes is mainly residential and highly natural. Fishing, kayaking, swimming, golfing, and good old-fashioned beachgoing are among the traditional forms of recreation here, but there’s also great hiking and birding at Camp Creek Lake, one of the several rare coastal dune lakes you’ll find in South Walton. Alys Beach The Gulf of Mexico beckons from nearby, while the amazing luxury of the Caliza Pool has a decidedly Mediterranean flair. The “Alys Beach Experience” is one of unparalleled casual luxury in a spectacular beach village setting. Rosemary Beach Maybe it’s the wide-open porches wrapped around every home. Maybe it’s the “French Quarter” feel of Town Center’s shops and restaurants. Maybe it’s the boardwalk promenades and secret pathways that wind between the carriage houses and cottages. Whatever it is, a visit to Rosemary Beach is a trip inside a closeknit, social community, with days spent on the beach or at one of four swimming pools, evenings relaxing on the porch, time spent browsing through boutiques and galleries, and dining al fresco. It’s the perfect place to both relax and reconnect.
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