5 Beautiful 30A Beachfront Rentals to Check Out

The 30A area is filled with eclectic little beach towns with charming shops, delicious restaurants, and beautiful homes. 30A is right down the road from Destin, which is a major tourist destination with incredible seafood and awesome activities. The 30A area is a little quieter, but it’s still just a quick drive away from all the action in Destin. Additionally, just like Destin, the beaches are truly magnificent. In fact, there are some truly remarkable 30A beachfront rentals that you should check out before planning your next trip to the area.

1. Storks Nest

This stunning gulf front vacation home in the quiet neighborhood of Gulf Trace in Santa Rosa Beach is simply a dream. Not only does Storks Nest have breathtaking views of the Emerald Coast from its private pool, but it also has stunning views throughout the house. In addition, this home has a total of six bedrooms and can sleep up to twenty guests, which makes it perfect for a group trip. All in all, this large beachfront home is one of the best properties in the 30A area.

2. Luna Sea

Nothing quite beats watching the sunset from your beachfront vacation home, and Luna Sea has some of the best views you’ll ever see. Located in Dune Allen Beach along 30A, Luna Sea is a stunning four-bedroom home right on the water. When you picture a classic beachfront home in your mind, you’re probably envisioning something like Luna Sea. From its beachy decor, expansive balcony and porch area, and its magnificent view of the Gulf of Mexico, to its own private beach access, this home is the quintessential beach house.

3. The Pelagic Blue

The Pelagic Blue is another one of the stunning beachfront homes along 30A. This beautiful gulf front mansion in Dune Allen Beach spans 5,800 sq. ft. and sleeps up to twenty guests in its seven bedrooms. Additionally, with a private pool and boardwalk, this home has everything you could possibly want on your next beach vacation. Inside, The Pelagic Blue has extraordinary views of the Gulf of Mexico throughout the whole house and all the decor and furnishings are high-end. Overall, it’s pretty clear that everything about this home is luxurious.

4. Le Bon Vivant

“Le Bon Vivant” is French for “the good life,” and this beautiful beachfront home will deliver just that. Le Bon Vivant is an amazing five bedroom gulf front estate in the exclusive community of Vizcaya. This Mediterranean-inspired home has unbeatable views of the gulf in addition to a view of the Destin skyline in the distance. In addition to its beachfront location, Le Bon Vivant is also a pet-friendly property and has an in-home elevator. Additionally, guests at this home also have access to the huge community pool. If one thing is certain, Le Bon Vivant will have you living your best life in no time.

5. Hakuna Matata

Embrace a worry-free philosophy at Hakuna Matata. This exquisite beachfront home on Seacrest Beach has everything you need to relax and enjoy your vacation. From a custom salt-water pool, private beach access, to outdoor showers, this home has it all. Additionally, with eight bedrooms between the main house and carriage house, Hakuna Matata sleeps eighteen guests comfortably. The carriage house is complete with a king suite, full kitchen, living room, and dining room, which makes it ideal for your next multi-family vacation. Overall, with its one-of-a-kind pool, gulf views, and charming decor, Hakuna Matata is truly a work of art.

To summarize, five 30A beachfront rentals are absolutely gorgeous. However, there are still plenty of other homes you can stay in on your next trip to 30A. In fact, there are dazzling beachfront homes in Destin and Miramar Beach as well. Don’t wait to book your stay though, homes are filling up fast for next summer already!

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