Visit South Walton Beach
Photo by Visit South Walton
Photo by Visit South Walton
Featuring 16 distinct beach neighborhoods over 26 miles of Florida’s Northwest coast, South Walton Beach is a must for any beach lover. Recently named “Best Beach on Earth for families” by Travel and Leisure readers.
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The colors of South Walton Beach photo by Visit South Walton
Choose from over 14,000 beach cottages, hotels and resorts in South Walton Beach. No matter where you choose to stay, you’ll always be close by this amazing view.
Dune Allen, South Walton Beach photo by Visit South Walton
South Walton Beach has over 25,000 acres protected from future development and almost 40% of the entire area is made up of natural areas, state parks and 15 coastal dune lakes.
SUP South Walton Beach Marina photo by Visit South Walton
Besides the beautiful view, South Walton has tons of outdoor activities for the whole family. Try stand up paddle board at sunset.
Bike riding in South Walton Beach photo by Visit South Walton
If dry land is more your thing, don’t worry. There are dozens of bike paths around South Walton to keep everyone happy.
Golfing on South Walton Beach photo by Visit South Walton
Make sure to check out the greens, with over 207 holes of golf in South Walton, you are sure to practice your game here.
The Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort offers four award-winning courses, including Burnt Pine Golf Club, The Links Course and Baytowne Golf Club – all named as Golf Digest’s
“Best Places to Play.” The resort also touts Raven Golf Club, whose 18th hole topped the PGA Champions Tour list of the “Toughest Holes of 2006.”
sunset at South Walton Beach photo by Visit South Walton
Take a walk down to the largest public beach access point in South Walton, enjoy a bike ride around the quiet streets or grab a bite to eat at one of the popular local eateries. Here, it’s easy to “make yourself at home”, even on vacation.
Miramar Beach photo by Visit South Walton
A little village that grew, Miramar Beach was once a sleepy spot on old Highway 98.
Today this strip of coast road still reflects the community’s laid back beach personality. As it meanders past classic beach shops, seafood shacks, condos and private beachfront homes, it offers panoramic views of the Gulf of Mexico.
Kayaking in South Walton Beach photo by Visit South Walton
South Walton is nestled between the Choctawhatchee Bay and the Gulf of Mexico, providing plentiful opportunities for both freshwater and saltwater recreational activities including year-round fishing.
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