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What to be scared!!!!!! Fun Activities Over Halloween Destin South Walton Come and take a look and experience Halloween events in Destin South Walton area. There are plenty of things to do for the Halloween season around the Emerald Coast. From haunted houses, trails, woods, pumpkin mazes and...

Check out the Amenities in Frangista Beach locality. Location Frangista and Miramar beach are on Scenic 98.Meandering  between downtown Destin and Sandestin. This  is a minor road, therefore cars travel at 20mph, since they're taking in the view. Frangista Beach is just east of Holiday Road. Probably...

What’s biting this October? One of the most popular activities in Destin and Gulf during during October is without a doubt fishing. Whether you are traveling specifically to fish or not, in a tournament or just for fun, a walk along the docks to check out our...

First of all here's a quick snap shot of activities around Destin. Lots for all to do. Take a Look Destin is  a seaside location, but there's lots more activities to do. Rather than sitting on the beach, maybe it's a great idea to  pick the locals...

Boat Week & Poker Run 2017 on the Emerald Coast http://emeraldcoastpokerrun.com/ The Emerald Coast Foundation is proud to announce it's 25th annual Poker Run and Boat Week. Power boats, fishing boats, family boats, and jet skis alike will fill the waterways for one of the largest boat poker...

Marina Cafe https://marinacafe.com/  MARINA CAFE  Destin’s most awarded restaurant, Marina Café. Casual fine dining overlooking Destin Harbor.  It's all about sensational food,  with attentive service. In addition there are breathtaking harbor views from the candlelit dining room. The casual decor envelopes you in soft colors, and high ceilings....

Frangista Miramar Beach, on the Emerald Coast has a unique beach. First of all the  sand  in the Destin area is amongst the whitest in the world because of the small quartz particles, coming from erosion in the Appalachian Mountains/Apalachicola River 20,000 years ago As a result the...