Celebrate your family’s South Walton vacation in beautiful Cassine Station located in popular Seagrove Beach. Directly across the street from the beach,with an outdoor community of fun in the sun where your family will discover swimming pools, tennis courts, basketball court and a gorgeous nature walk and Just a short bike ride to all the shops and restaurants in Seaside!
Seagrove Beach is one of the area’s oldest beach towns and is very popular to visitors who appreciate that old-Florida beach feeling. Located near the architecturally noted town of Seaside and the authentic village of Grayton Beach, you are within walking or biking distance to the fabulously charming shops and cafes of the area. Home to the scrumptious Cafe 30A and the Old Florida Fish House, your family will never be far from a wonderful meal. This ever so charming and beautiful beach community of Seagrove Beach will draw your family back again and again to our South Walton beach rentals located in and on Seagrove Beach.
If you want to spend your Florida vacation in an area that is known for having some of the loveliest beaches in the world, book one of the 30A rentals at Cassine Station in Seagrove Beach. State Route 30A runs next to the coast for 18 miles where you will be able to enjoy lakes, forests and beaches. These condos are in the South Walton beach area where beaches here are known for their soft sand and clear water.
There are plenty of things to do in the area. Enjoy the water by swimming, boating or fishing. Things to do on the land include horseback riding, bicycling and hiking. If you like to golf, you will find several places in the area to play. You can buy clothing at boutiques and shop at art galleries for work by local artists. Relax at the end of your busy day by enjoying a meal at one of the fine restaurants in the area.
There are trails in the area for walking or bicycling. You can walk on the beach and collect shells. The condos are surrounded by natural attractions and charming communities. Travel east from the property to visit Camp Helen State Park or Deer Lake State Park. Go north if you want to explore Point Washington Forest. Take the road east if you want to visit Grayton State Park.