This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
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Seagrove Beach Vacation Rentals--A Perfect Choice
A Florida vacation to South Walton will offer no shortage of things to see and do, including upscale restaurants, shopping, and plenty of beach activities like fishing, collecting shells, and sunbathing. Choosing a great place to stay in South Walton will enhance your experience. Many people prefer to stay in South Walton beach rentals instead of hotels. When looking for lodging, you can't go wrong with Seagrove Beach vacation rentals.
Why Seagrove Beach Vacation Rentals?
Many travelers want a home away from home. Amenities such as multiple bedrooms, cable TV and wireless Internet, private balconies with views of the beach, full kitchens, and living rooms are just some of the amenities that make Seagrove Beach vacation rentals feel like home. Not only that, but they're perfect for families wanting room to spread out while on vacation. Seagrove Beach beach houses are a budget-friendly alternative to hotels. Many will also allow you to bring your pets, so the entire family can be together for vacation.
Exploring South Walton
Seagrove Beach vacation rentals are also close to the many attractions and activities found in South Walton. People generally head to South Walton for the beach. You can sunbathe, rent jet skis or boats, go deep sea fishing, snorkeling, or scuba diving. Cruise Emerald Coast Parkway for fun shops with antiques and clothing, or head to Pier Park to enjoy great restaurants, shopping, and the local movie theater.
South Walton is also a fishing hot spot, with not only the ocean, but also 17 fresh and saltwater lakes in the area. While you don't have to have a boat to fish in the area, there are many places where you can rent one or sign up for a guided fishing expedition. The Salty Jig offers fishing in the Gulf of Mexico.