Rainy Days on 30A !

The beach towns of 30A provide sunshine practically every day. Fortunately rainy days in summer are few and rarely last all day. When the forecast does call for rain, what is one to do on a beach vacation? Rainy Day at the Beach!

Explore the shops of Seaside. From Fusion Art Glass to Duckies Shop of Fun there is something for everyone to enjoy. Seaside is also home to the REP, Northwest Florida’s premier Repertory Theatre! Talented theatre professionals work together with dedicated volunteers to entertain over 25,000 people every year rain or shine. Check out Seaside Shorts, a variety of short plays, every Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday evening in summer!

When poor weather keeps you indoors pamper yourself at Cheveu Salon & Spa in Seacrest Beach! Soothe your sunburnt skin with a seawater moisture rich facial. Cheveu Salon & Spa offers a wide variety of services from hair and makeup to massage. A rainy day is a perfect day to spend at the spa!

Bud & Alleys in Seaside is not just an amazing spot to watch the sunset. It’s an impressive place to see a storm roll in over the Gulf of Mexico. At Bud & Alleys you can enjoy natures show with good friends and great cocktails.

On a wet and rainy day my idea of the perfect past time is simple. Curl up with a comfy blanket and cup of tea. Watch the rain hit the sand while snuggled inside your beach front condo from Garrett Realty Services Inc.

 

About Garrett Realty Services

Located between the trendy beach communities of Seaside and Rosemary Beach near Destin, Florida, along the Beaches of South Walton, Garrett Realty Services, Inc. has been offering cozy cottages to sprawling Gulf-front homes or amenity-laden condominiums for that perfect vacation or sale since 1987.
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