5 Epic Vacation Homes for Spring Break in Destin

Destin is the perfect place to visit over spring break. If you’re looking for a great place to stay while you’re in Destin over spring break, you’ll love these luxurious properties, ideal for group vacations. Check out five of our best spring break-worthy vacation homes located in Destin and book your dream trip today!

1. The Life Aquatic

The Life Aquatic is a spectacular Crystal Beach vacation home that will make all your spring break dreams come true. This luxurious three-story beach house features a gigantic 60,000-gallon private pool with a swim-up cabana and sunk-in seating. In addition, The Life Aquatic also boasts a hot tub, a covered outdoor kitchen complete with a flatscreen TV, an in-home elevator, a game room, amazing gulf views, and a rooftop deck. This incredible home is only a short three-minute walk from the beach and features every amenity you could ask for on a spring break vacation, including sleeping accommodations for up to thirty-two guests.

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2. Gigglin Marlin

Gigglin Marlin is an extravagant three-story vacation home in one of Destin’s most sought-after communities, Destiny by the Sea. This gorgeous Mediterranean-style home features a massive private pool, an outdoor kitchen, a rooftop deck, a game room, and an in-home elevator. Additionally, this enormous vacation home sleeps up to twenty-six guests in its seven bedrooms, which makes it an awesome home for multi-family vacations. Furthermore, Gigglin Marlin is only a short two-minute walk from the beach and features dazzling views of the Gulf of Mexico throughout the property.

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3. Turquoise by the Gulf

Located right across the street from the beach, Turquoise by the Gulf is an amazing option for large groups visiting Destin over spring break. This luxurious beach house features incredible amenities like a private pool, game room, outdoor kitchen, in-home elevator, and a balcony overlooking the Gulf of Mexico. In addition, Turquoise by the Gulf has six bedrooms and accommodates up to twenty-four guests easily, making it a great option for large families.

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4. Aqua Tranquility

Aqua Tranquility is a stunning lakefront vacation home in the gated community of Destiny East. This extravagant property boasts dazzling lake views, a private pool, a spa tub, and a rooftop deck. Guests also have access to the incredible amenities that the community has to offer as well, including the community pool, hot tub, tennis courts, grill area, and exercise facility. Additionally, Aqua Tranquility sleeps up to sixteen guests in its five bedrooms. All in all, this property is a wonderful option for groups vacationing in Destin over spring break.

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5. Destiny Shores

Destiny Shores is a beautiful gulf-front vacation home in the heart of Destin. This spectacular property features impeccable views of the Gulf of Mexico throughout the entire house. In addition, Destiny Shores also has its own private pool, in-home elevator, and beach access. Plus, with eight bedrooms, Destiny Shores easily accommodates up to twenty-four guests comfortably and it’s even pet-friendly. Altogether, Destiny Shores is a great place to spend your spring break in Destin.

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Overall, there are so many fantastic vacation homes you could book for your spring break in Destin. Enjoy amazing spring weather, beautiful clear water, and sugar-white beaches when you vacation on the Emerald Coast. Plus, with so many family activities, dining options, and shopping centers, you can’t go wrong booking a trip to Destin over spring break. Book your stay in one of these epic vacation homes today!

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