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First Timer's Guide to Seagrove

A stay in Seagrove is full of adventure and local history. This beach neighborhood’s collection of lush oak trees, magnolias and laid back, yet luxurious lifestyle, make it a favorite for long-time South Walton visitors.

 

 

Visiting Seagrove for the first time? Here’s what you need to know:

Spend plenty of time soaking in the all-natural setting, whether that’s on the sugar-white sand while waves lap at your feet or exploring Eastern Lake or biking along the Timpoochee Trail. Biking is the preferred method of travel here, so slow down and let your senses guide your discovery.

Seagrove’s landscape is dotted with boutiques and casual cafes, all creating an upbeat ambiance.

A meal at Seagrove Village Market is a must. You’ll find delicious shrimp po boys and other tasty treats at this casual local’s favorite that has been a part of the Seagrove community since 1949. There’s a reason why Garden + Gun named their Grouper Sandwich one of the “100 Things You Must Eat Before You Die.”

Another South Walton tradition is Café Thirty-A. This restaurant has been serving special occasions in an upscale atmosphere for decades. You won’t want to miss out on the $6 martini specials each Tuesday and Thursday in the bar.

If you’re a fan of live music with a view, stop by the Old Florida Fish House, which overlooks Eastern Lake. It is perfect for a great bite and live tunes from local musicians.

There’s so much to explore in Seagrove, so be sure you slow down and enjoy the shady nooks, beautiful stretches of sun-soaked beaches and create lasting memories with family and friends.

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