Blue Mountain Beach is perspective unlike any other along 30-A, just a little more rustic and elevated with pristine dune lakes and long-range views from the higher elevations.
Just east of Topsail Hill Preserve State Park, 30-A curves toward the beach and begins its most scenic stretches in the community of Dune Allen.
Grayton Beach is a true village of just a little more than 100 years old. Comprised of just a few blocks, this is a retreat with houses old and new beneath a canopy of old-growth oak and pine.
At the easternmost end of 30-A, Inlet Beach is surrounded by water, with the Gulf of Mexico to the south and Powell Lake embracing the community on the north side.
This traditional town is also built with a high regard for the neighborly village atmosphere of 30-A's original neighborhoods such as Grayton Beach, where dune walkovers and alleyways bring vacationers and year-round residents together.
At the heart of the extended 30-A community is Santa Rosa Beach, one of the oldest villages between Destin and Panama City. Here you will find wonderful townhomes in the Abacos or beautiful homes in the neighborhoods of Old Florida Beach, Old Florida Cottage, Old Florida Village and Sunrise Beach.
This small village setting occupies one of the highest elevations along 30-A. From this vantage point, Seacrest offers unbeatable views of the Gulf of Mexico and surrounding dune lakes including Camp Lake.
As the name implies, Seagrove is a village beneath a canopy of live oaks and magnolias sitting atop a high line of dunes.
Famous for its gulf-front inn, architecture and neighborhoods, WaterColor Inn and Resort overlooks more than one quarter mile of preserved dunes and sugar-white beaches on the Gulf of Mexico.
One of the newest gulf front communities along the Gulf of Mexico featuring upscale townhomes and condominiums overlooking a private, pristine stretch of uncrowded beachfront.
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