Escape to Seacrest

If you are acquainted with the beaches of 30A in Florida, you know that vacationing here is quiet, luxurious, and beautiful. Seacrest is one of the top beach communities on the 30A. Tucked between Rosemary Beach and Seaside, it maintains the peacefulness of a quiet family vacation spot. Lovely beach homes, stately luxury condos and a 12,000 square foot lagoon-style swimming pool are just a few of the appealing aspects of Seacrest. Residents and vacationers in Seacrest also have private access to the clear blue water and bright white sand of 30A beaches.  There’s also the nostalgia, the small beachtown atmosphere, and the way everyone heads to the beach on bikes, on foot, or in the occasional golf cart. 

So Many Amenities

Seacrest also boasts a town center, The Village of South Walton Beach, which features shops and restaurants including, Sundries Market & Cafe, a convenience store and breakfast and lunch spot;  La Cocina, a Latin-inspired coastal restaurant, and many more. There’s also Peddlers Pavilion, a place to rent bikes and let the kids splash around. There are some great food booths, including Peddler’s Pub and The Sweet Peddler. Seacrest is also home to one of the 30A’s favorite beachside pubs, Crabby Steve’s. Seacrest is within walking distance of some of the other 30A communities, so there are so many more restaurants, art galleries and shops to explore! If you are ready to relax in style and ease, check out our newest property in Seacrest



Seacrest and MyBeachGetaways

Or, if you are a vacation property owner in Seacrest or anywhere along the 30A, we would love to meet you! We are a locally owned company just down the road in Orange Beach, Alabama. And, we are property owners on the 30A. We have a reputation with our owners: personalized service and increased rental income. Contact us today to get started!

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