Most popular Villas in Emerald Coast
Highlights in Emerald Coast
- Stunning sugary beaches
- Succulent cuisine
- Exceptional scuba diving sites
- Fantastic family-friendly destination
- Natural wonders and parks
Most popular amenities for Villas in Emerald Coast
Villas in the Emerald Coast
There is a wide offer of villas to choose from along Destin, Panama City Beach, Miramar Beach, Okaloosa Island or Inlet Beach are the main areas with fantastic villas in the heart of Florida’s Emerald Coast. Overlooking more than 24 miles of incredible emerald coastline, protected bays and beachfront park the villas offer a great comfort in the most stunning locations. Enjoy a long weekend, a romantic getaway or a family holiday and start creating memories for a lifetime.Stunning villas with beach access
Are you tired of cold and snow? The best remedy for the winter blues is a villa on the Emerald Coast! Waking up to the sound of waves, embraced by warm air and the exquisite waters of the Gulf of Mexico is the best remedy for the winter blues! Find your villa for two, for groups or for families and enjoy the beaches, long rounds of golf, private gardens and outdoor pools. The bright interiors are spaces designed to offer the maximum quality, design and comfort. Access private beaches and go for a pleasant walk waiting for the sunset or simply admire it from the terrace or the jacuzzi. Idyllic, romantic, relaxing. Is this what you need? Hurry up! Start packing now!
Travellers and activities
For a toes-in-the-sand day there is nothing better than the sugar white sand beaches of the Emerald Coast. The areas of Destin, Fort Walton Beach and Okaloosa Island are family-friendly and considered the most beautiful beaches in the world. With 5 beachfront parks there are also 12 beach access ways with several facilities including picnic areas, playgrounds, changing areas and volleyball nets to enjoy exciting matches on the sand. The most important feature of the beaches here are the emerald-green waters and the white sand you find in Wayside Park, John C. Beasley Park, Henderson Beach State Park, James Lee Park and Crystal Beach Park.The Emerald Coast for family holidays
Florida’s Emerald Coast is the perfect destination for families to go on holidays as it has been voted as one of the top three family holiday destination in the USA. With kayaking, snorkelling, sailing and other water activities, families can enjoy a fantastic day out or just basking in the sun on the beach. Several events during May and June such as the Billy Bowlegs Pirate Festival or the Mattie Kelly’s Concerts in the Park are popular appointments families attend and the little ones have unlimited activities including rock climbing, Euro Bungee and interactive inflatables.
Did you know the sand in Destin, Fort Walton Beach and Okaloosa Island really is sugar white due to the finely ground quartz crystal that contains?
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Destin, Ft. Walton Beach and Okaloosa Island define the Emerald Coast. Beyond the sugar-white sand beaches and gulf-to-table seafood it also beckons golf enthusiasts with 10 superb championship golf courses with large greens, wide fairways, intrinsic beautiful woods and the beautiful colours of the sea. Encompassing all skill levels, the golf clubs in the area will offer a full day of golf, that can be followed by a refreshing meal at the restaurant and clubhouse or some shopping at the pro shops. Enter a true golfer’s paradise with Regatta Bay Golf & Yacht Club, visit Fort Walton Beach Golf Club for relaxing play, enjoy a game at Indian Bayou Golf & Country Club or challenge yourself at Shalimar Pointe Country Club with two of the hardest holes on the Emerald Coast. Get your clubs ready!2. The sun and its magical moments
The Emerald Coast is known for one of the most spectacular phenomena - sunrises and sunsets. Overlooking the Gulf of Mexico at dawn, wait for the sun to rise and at dusk, watch it setting down. The picture-perfect scenes will open in front of your eyes as the light and shadow create a magical blend of reds, oranges and yellows in the sky.3. Connect with nature
The sunshine state connects you with natural scenery, stunning beaches and varied wildlife. Explore the Apalachicola National Forest and the Everglades National Park. Go to fantastic beaches, inlets, islands and estuaries ideal for practising any water sport you like including swimming, surfing and snorkelling. Explore the area and go camping for the weekend. Marvel at the different species and wildlife of the region.4. Explore the underwater world
Florida waters house a whole world of coral reefs, colourful fish, and dozens of wrecks. There’s nothing like the feeling of breathing underwater and enjoying the wonders our oceans have to offer. Depending on your diving skills and experience you will be able to go deeper and discover the marine gems of Florida waters. If you want to experience scuba diving for the first time, you can access PADI courses for beginners, starting in a pool and then going into open waters. For more advanced divers there are professional courses for people who want to improve their underwater orientation and experience and there are other courses for those who see in scuba diving a way of life and wish to become a divemaster.5. Eat a slice of Florida
From the farm to the table products, excellent wines from the region, culinary sessions or food tours are some of the pleasures for your taste buds while in the Emerald Coast. And one of the quintessential experiences here is indulging in a slice of Florida heaven: the Key Lime Pie. The old recipe of this tart is still filling the windows of bakeries along the state of Florida and although variations have emerged during the years there is one rule that holds true: this pie must be made with real key limes! Maybe you can try to make your own pie, but remember to squeeze your own lime juice.6. Discover the Emerald Coast
Get to know a bit more about the Emerald Coast visiting the Air Force Armament Museum or learn about culture and history at the Heritage Museum of Northwest Florida or the Baker Block Museum. As fishing has also been part of Florida, the Destin History & Fishing Museum tells you all about this old tradition. In Fort Walton you can visit the Heritage Park & Cultural Centre, Fort Walton Temple Mound, Camp Walton Schoolhouse Museum or the Garnier Post Office.7. Indulge in seafood
The variety of seafood and fresh fish is on every restaurant’s menu along the Emerald Coast. Try some grilled yellowfin tuna, crabmeat dip, fried oysters or steamed shrimp. If you like fishing, bring your catch of the day and they will cook it for you at Dewey Destin, either the Harbourside Restaurant or the Seafood & restaurant. This family restaurant has been serving fresh seafood since the 1800s. Enjoy your meal!