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First Timer's Guide to Seacrest

Seacrest is casually upscale, making it easy to turn off your phone and forget about your emails as you explore all that this beach neighborhood has to offer.



First time visiting Seacrest? Here’s what you need to know:

The pools. Sure, you’re visiting the beach, but in Seacrest you have to add the pools to your itinerary. The High Pointe Resort and The Villas at Seacrest have two of the grandest pools to be found along Highway 30A.

Bikes are the best way to explore. With bike rentals located in the Seacrest town center, it’s easy to hop on a bike and explore. Be sure to find as many of the uniquely named streets as possible. Grab a picture in front of the giant Seacrest beach chair. Cruise down to check out the shops at the Peddler’s Pavilion.

Live music, shops and restaurants are waiting. La Cocina, an upscale casual cantina, the Sweet Peddler or Pizza By the Sea are just a few of the dining options in Seacrest. A stop at Seacrest Sundries is a must. Not only can you grab a quick bite to eat, but you can pack some snacks for a day out and about.

Seacrest is also home to Crabby Steve’s, a beachside restaurant that serves lunch, dinner, drinks and incredible views. This casual eatery is tucked just steps away from the sugar-white sand that South Walton is famous for.

When it’s time for the adults to kick back and relax, look no further than Beach and Brew on 30A, one of the newest businesses in Seacrest. This taproom showcases live music and plenty of ice-cold beverages and craft beers. You’ll find South Walton’s own Grayton Beer Company and Idyll Hounds Brewing Company on tap, as well as other regional favorites.

No matter how you choose to spend your time in Seacrest, there’s plenty of fun to be had. From biking to relaxing on the beach, creating memories with friends and family is a breeze.

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