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89.HotzAvenue - Downtown Grayton Beach 2
SUPERHOST
Entire condominium (condo) · 4 guests · 2 beds · 1 bath

89.HotzAvenue - Downtown Grayton Beach 2Relax in old Florida's charming Grayton Beach, just steps from the powder white beaches of South Walton. Downtown Grayton #2 is centrally located on world-famous Scenic 30A - minutes from Seaside, Watercolor, Alys Beach, and Rosemary Beach. Your recently refurbished condo offers an eclectic, comfortable, convenient escape for couples, solo travelers and families. One story above a Grayton Beach staple, The Zoo Gallery & directly across the street from the legendary Red Bar!

DESIGNER Bungalow 3 min Walk2Beach Crate & Coastal
SUPERHOST
Entire bungalow · 6 guests · 5 beds · 2.5 baths

DESIGNER Bungalow 3 min Walk2Beach Crate & CoastalPERFECT for families and small groups!! The Bungalows. Tucked away in the heart of Seagrove Beach, Florida this cottage home is located directly in between the two most sought out towns off 30A, Rosemary and Seaside Beach. Our unique bungalow community give you the amenities of the local town’s food and shops but also the privacy of your own close-knit community. Enjoy a large pool and hot tubs along with sidewalks and easy access to the beach.

Fully stocked condo one block to white sand beach!
Entire condominium (condo) · 2 guests · 1 bath

Fully stocked condo one block to white sand beach!********************************************************************************* This property was previously owned and managed by Superhost Rose. Average rating was 4.93 based on 76 reviews. ********************************************************************************* Walk to the beach from this spacious, clean & comfy condo! Enjoy a super comfy dual-reclining sofa after a day at the beach - plus 2 smart TVs with cable and DVR (LR), fast WiFi, 3 ceiling fans and a brand new central AC

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Walton Woods Blue Cottage
$126 per night
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30A Beach Studio - very close to the beach!
$166 per night
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B and B on the Bayou, Guest suite #2
$100 per night
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A🏡 Waterfront Tiny House, dock,Canoe,mins to beach
$148 per night
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"Calm Water 30A" Large Studio with balcony
$295 per night
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Beautiful Beachy Townhome 5 min walk to the beach!
$327 per night
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Stay on 30a Beach Bungalow 129
$249 per night
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Walton Woods Pink Cottage
$100 per night
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53 NIGHTCAP in SEAGROVE, 1000 steps to beach!!
$185 per night
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The Roaming Juan, a unique stay on 30A!
$210 per night
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CORAL CABANA *STEPS TO THE BEACH!*
$215 per night
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*NEW* Sleek & Sexy @ Sandestin Golf & Beach Resort
$229 per night

Your guide to Santa Rosa Beach

All About Santa Rosa Beach

Santa Rosa Beach is the largest of the 16 small communities that make up South Walton County along Florida’s Emerald Coast. The area is known for its stunning aquamarine waters and powdery, bright-white sand that, from afar, almost looks like snow. Spend your days relaxing on the beach and hiking the trails in nearby state parks such as Deer Lake, Grayton Beach, and Topsail Hill Preserve. You may have to dodge a summer storm, but Santa Rosa Beach has plenty of art galleries, boutiques, and theaters where you can pass the time. North of town, Choctawhatchee Bay is great for kayaking and fishing, and you can easily find a seafood restaurant to cook your catch while you sit back and enjoy the sunset with a cold, locally made craft beer.

How do I get around Santa Rosa Beach?

The closest airports to Santa Rosa Beach are Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport (ECP), which is 37 miles east of downtown, and Destin-Fort Walton Beach Airport (VPS), about 30 miles west of town.

The Emerald Coast is also a popular road trip destination from southeastern states. New Orleans, LA; Jackson, MS; and Atlanta, GA, are all a five- to six-hour drive away. You could even make the drive from cities in Texas, Ohio, and North Carolina in a long day via major interstates 1-65, 1-55, 1-10, and US Highway 331.

While you could spend an entire vacation sunbathing on Santa Rosa Beach, you’ll likely want to rent a car to visit the neighboring communities, beaches, and parks. Plan on cruising the scenic Highway 30A? Might want to make your rental a convertible.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Santa Rosa Beach?

Summer in the Florida Panhandle is famously hot and humid; in fact, the air conditioner was invented in Apalachicola, Fl, just 100 miles from Santa Rosa Beach. Memorial Day marks the start of the busy season, when the weather gets humid, temperatures climb into the high 80s and low 90s Fahrenheit, and families arrive for their beach vacations. June ushers in hurricane season, which peaks in late summer and brings afternoon thunderstorms. Visitor numbers also spike over spring break in March, when the weather is warm and sunny and the coastal wildflowers bloom. But Santa Rosa Beach aficionados know that fall is the best time of the year here, thanks to temperatures around 70 degrees, low humidity, and waters still warm from the summer heat. Winters can get chilly and windy, but temperatures generally hover in the mid-50s, and the beaches are blissfully deserted.

What are the top things to do in Santa Rosa Beach?

Point Washington State Forest

This 15,407-acre preserve contains cypress swamps, pine flatwoods, coastal scrub, and sandhills, as well as more than 27 miles of trails to hike and bike, including a popular 10-mile loop. You might even be lucky enough to spot gopher tortoises, flatwoods salamanders, and American kestrels.

Eden Gardens State Park

Eden Gardens State Park sprawls across 163 acres and includes flower gardens, woodlands, and a reflecting pool. The park’s crown jewel is the renovated Wesley House mansion, which was built in 1897 and is now open for tours. Visit in mid-March when the camellias and azaleas are in full bloom.

Drive Highway 30A

Stretching for 28.5 miles along the Gulf of Mexico, scenic Highway 30A is lined with sugar-sand beaches, dune lakes, pine forests, saw palmettos, and pastel-colored cottages clustered into quaint villages, including upscale and artsy Gulf Place, mellow Blue Mountain Beach, the WaterColor vacation home community, and the design-forward planned communities of Rosemary Beach and Alys Beach.

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