Locals know… one of the best ways to get around our cool 30A community is in a golf cart. It’s the ideal blend of casual convenience and complete fun while making getting around a total breeze. Some of our 30A vacation rental homes come with golf carts included in the price!
Dune Allen Beach
Posts about Dune Allen Beach in 30A, Florida.
30A & South Walton Beaches: The Ideal “Nursery” for Baby Sea Turtles
Protective dunes, swaying sea oats, and fine white sand that’s like sugar. Crystal clear water and gentle breezes. These are just a few things that bring visitors from around the world to our beautiful beach communites in South Walton every year. But our picture-perfect beaches are also a draw for the tiniest, most precious of visitors— the baby sea turtle. Every year, from May until October, hundreds of female loggerheads and green sea turtles make the long trip back to … Learn more »
Sixteen Beautiful Beach Communities – One Unforgettable Destination, South Walton
Travel is all about discovery–new experiences, new people, new places. When you visit South Walton, our sixteen diverse beach neighborhoods offer new discoveries around every bend on Scenic 30A. Find the perfect 30A neighborhood for your next beach vacation.
Scenic Highway 30A—The Perfect Autumn Vacay
Miles of pristine, uncrowded beaches to explore. An entire ocean of warm, clear water simply waiting for you to dive right in. And an endless amount of crisp, fresh ocean air to breathe. A trip to Scenic Highway 30A is the ultimate autumn getaway! Within a day’s drive of most of the southern states, South Walton is an amazing spot to bring your family for an unforgettable time at the beach. And Dune Allen Realty has just the place to … Learn more »
8 New South Walton Beach Vacation Homes You Have to See
We’ll admit it—we’re kinda picky. When it comes to our Dune Allen Realty Vacation Rentals, we’re looking for the best. We want each of our South Walton beach rentals to be exceptional, and we want each and every one of our guests to be delighted. It’s a high bar! So when we add a new home to our vacation rental portfolio, you can be sure that we’ve done our homework. We’re proud to say that Dune Allen Realty Vacation Rentals … Learn more »
A Brand New Dune Allen Beach Access Point is Open
An Open, Welcoming Space… Stepping onto the Scenic Highway 30A coastline is like stepping into a beach lover’s dream. All along the coast, you’ll find powdery soft, snow-white sand to sink your toes into. Then there is the crystal clear, aquamarine water filled with frolicking dolphins and majestic sea turtles. When the sun gets too warm, a gentle offshore breeze will cool you down and send the sea oats swaying. When you want to brush the sand off your flip-flops … Learn more »
Planning your 2019 Holidays at the Beach in South Walton, Florida
Have a Stress-free Holiday at the Beach on 30A. How do you plan a memorable, stress-free holiday season for your whole family? Plan a trip–or two–to the beach this year! South Walton is the perfect spot to relax into the holidays and reconnect with family. The weather in South Walton during the holiday season is a lovely mix of mild and sunny afternoons, with a hint of festive temperatures in the evenings. Gather together and grab your s’mores’ supplies. Ooh … Learn more »
Top 10 Reasons to Check Out Topsail Hill Preserve State Park
The Northwest Florida Panhandle is home to some of the most breathtaking beaches in the world. Sand that’s like warm sugar under your flip-flops. Crystal clear, emerald-green water. Gentle sea breezes swaying through the sea oats. This is the place dreams are made of. Dune Allen Beach, Blue Mountain Beach, Seagrove Beach, Inlet Beach and Santa Rosa Beach are a few of the popular beach spots in South Walton to soak up the sun. But there are other gems you … Learn more »
A Legacy on Dune Allen Beach
In 1958, there was only one house resting on the south side of Scenic 30a on Dune Allen Beach. Just one. Bo Rentrop (she prefers just ‘Bo’) and her late husband, Billy Rentrop, were there, and Bo remembers that ‘one’ house very well. Louisiana natives, they actually didn’t return to Dune Allen Beach again until 1969; there were more houses on the south side, but not much else had changed. There weren’t many restaurants or establishments yet; everything felt quite … Learn more »