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A soft pillow, a warm bed — find all of this and more at your Orbitz hotel in Seagrove Beach. Perhaps best of all, you have 196 hotels to choose from, which tend to rate highly for Location and Hotel Staff. This means that you can enjoy a comfortable stay as close to — or as far from — Seagrove Beach's top attractions as you'd like.

Either way, John Beasley Park, Point Washington State Forest, Grayton Beach State Park and Topsail Hill Preserve State Park are all waiting to be explored.


Best times to visit Seagrove Beach

Orbitz offers some great deals all year round, but you can really stretch your travel budget during January, February and December. These months offer respective savings of about 53%, 51% and 47%.


Outdoor activities in Seagrove Beach

Feel a little wind on your face while picnicking or simply enjoying a sunny afternoon at John Beasley Park. Point Washington State Forest, too, shows off Seagrove Beach's natural side.


Shopping in Seagrove Beach

If you're hitting the theater, planning a noteworthy night on the town or just hangkering for some shopping while in Seagrove Beach, you're in luck. You can pick up a new outfit or two at Trading Co and Alvins Island - Tropical Department Stores. Find the perfect accessories or gifts at Arriaga Originals and Rock Hard Designs.

Whether you've broken your headphones or simply left them at home, ComputerWorks may have exactly what you're looking for. Don't go without your favorite tunes — pick up some new headphones and other gadgets in Seagrove Beach and enjoy that long trip home.


The dining scene Seagrove Beach

You can't leave Seagrove Beach without visiting at least a few of its popular eateries. Cafe Thirty-A, Angelina's Pizzeria & Pasta and Pizza By the Sea at WaterColor Crossings offer up tasty morsels along with a dash of local flavor.


Getting to Seagrove Beach

If you're flying in, head for Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport — it's one of Seagrove Beach's main transportation hubs.


Things to do in Seagrove Beach

It's easy to get out and enjoy yourself in Seagrove Beach. La Dolce Vita is perhaps the ultimate in family fun, where visitors of all ages can get their adrenaline pumping on some thrilling rides and indulge in tasty snacks.

Spend an afternoon catching a movie at Carmike Cinemas.

Have some old-fashioned American fun at Emerald Coast Dirt & Vert and Seaside Swim & Tennis Club, where you can engorge on snacks and root for the home team — or not — while watching athletes flex their might.

Need to let loose? Let the experienced professionals at Sandestin Day Spa and The Massage Center - Fort Walton Beach pamper you into a state of relaxation.


Nightlife in Seagrove Beach

After the sun goes down, shake a tail feather or grab a drink in Seagrove Beach. Hammerhead Bar & Grill, Lumpy's Wine Bar and Bottle Shop, and Travinia Italian Kitchen and Wine Bar Miramar Beach are good places to belly up to the bar and order a cold drink or chat with the locals — or both.


Nightlife in Seagrove Beach

After the sun goes down, shake a tail feather or grab a drink in Seagrove Beach. Hammerhead Bar & Grill, Lumpy's Wine Bar and Bottle Shop, and Travinia Italian Kitchen and Wine Bar Miramar Beach are good places to belly up to the bar and order a cold drink or chat with the locals — or both.


The dining scene Seagrove Beach

You can't leave Seagrove Beach without visiting at least a few of its popular eateries. Cafe Thirty-A, Angelina's Pizzeria & Pasta and Pizza By the Sea at WaterColor Crossings offer up tasty morsels along with a dash of local flavor.


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