New York Daily News Loves South Walton
“Florida is known for its many beaches, with most travelers flocking to southern spots like Miami or The Keys to escape New York winters, or heading inland for the amusement parks in Orlando. Yet many have never been to, nor heard of, South Walton.
It’s no wonder, as many of the 16 tiny beach towns that make up South Walton, like Rosemary Beach, have signs stating “Established in 1995.” This is nouveau beach chic at its best.
Highway 30A ties the 16 towns in this Florida Panhandle region together and is one of the state’s most scenic drives. I wondered how these tony towns, in northwest Florida’s Walton County, along the pristine, 26-mile string of beaches, slipped through the travel tracks.
Rosemary Beach alone is reason enough to visit South Walton. And the 16 towns together make a visit mandatory, as no two towns are alike. One thing they do have in common is the shared Gulf of Mexico coast.” — New York Daily News
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