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Destin Florida’s Emerald Coast is known for its aquamarine water and white sandy beaches that stretch for miles along the panhandle’s Choctawahatchee Bay. Destin is perfectly located between Pensacola and Panama City. It is the favored coastal destination in this area for both families who want some fun in the Florida sun and fans of feathered and flippered wildlife. In this surfside town, visitors can enjoy both the simple life of lazy days on the beach and sophisticated nights of fine dining, dancing and dazzling entertainment.
Unlike other beach towns that are totally stuck in the past, Destin combines the best of yesteryear with the latest in resort living. High rises offer vacation rentals with spectacular views and luxurious amenities. HarborWalk Village is a modern recreation and retail center that has unique boutiques, restaurants and bistros. Also from this waterside spot, visitors can set out on a variety of aquatic adventures.
Rent a pontoon boat and float for a few hours while you enjoy a picnic lunch. Set sail on the calm bay waters on a catamaran. Be sure to bring along your camera when you board a glass bottom boat to observe the underwater action and to watch dolphins frolic in the waves. Try a SUP - stand up paddleboard - and see the sights of Destin Harbor and nearby Crab Island. Other enticing wet and somewhat wilder activities include snorkeling, riding a personal water craft and parasailing.
Fishing is a prime attraction in Destin and neighboring communities such as Fort Walton Beach. Charter trips specializing in deep sea bottom fishing for red snapper, grouper and amberjack are an angler’s dream come true. For those who long for a battle on the high seas, trying to snag a large bull or mako shark and bring it on deck is the challenge of a lifetime.
For golfers, the only problem is deciding which gorgeous course to play. Some are set in stunning nature preserves or along a bay. Among the favorites are Regatta Bay, Indian Bayou, Seascape and the Sandestin Resort’s Burnt Pine, a Rees Jones design that earns many accolades.
A great way to spend a day or evening is on a yacht. Three-hour dinner cruises on the bay aboard the SunQuest Solaris include a sumptuous meal of fresh gulf seafood (or prime beef), live entertainment and lots of room to dance to the music. A sunset or moonlit cruise would be perfect for honeymooners and any couple looking for a romantic evening.