Santa Rosa Beach, FL, USA

Santa Rosa Beach, FL, USA

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Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 15,171 vacation rentals near Santa Rosa Beach. From 8,475 condos to 5,005 houses, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Santa Rosa Beach for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

Make Lasting Memories in Your Santa Rosa Beach Condo

If you are dreaming about taking a break from daily life and heading to a quiet beach for rest and relaxation, pack your bags for a trip to Santa Rosa Beach. This is a gorgeous vacation location situated in the heart of the Florida Panhandle, and it provides you with easy access to some of the most beautiful beaches in the region. Santa Rosa Beach condos often have beach access or exceptional coastal views coupled with all of the comforts and conveniences of home.


When you stay at a beachfront condo in the Santa Rosa Beach area, you will only have to walk a few short steps to reach one of the most beautiful beaches in the region. The beaches here have sugary white sand with crystal clear water, providing you with an idyllic beach experience. There are also other popular beach locations throughout the area that you can enjoy, such as the Navarre Beach Park & Pier, Deer Lake State Park, Grayton Beach, Miramar Beach and Topsail Hill Preserve State Park. Swimming and sunbathing are common, and a wide range of excursions are available for wildlife viewing, deep sea fishing, parasailing and more. You can also enjoy more extreme adventures with helicopter rides, hot air balloon experiences and Segway tours.


Most people who make the trip to a Florida do so to see the beach, but there are other fun ways to spend your free time while on vacation in the Panhandle. For example, the Barefoot Pirates Treasure Quest will captive kids of all ages, making it ideal for those who are traveling with a family to the area. The is a role-playing, pirate-themed adventure park filled with fun activities. The Gulfarium Adventure Park is another option, and it gives you a chance to learn more about the native wildlife in the area.


You may have plans to enjoy at least a few meals in your vacation condo's full kitchen, but you also may want to get out from time to time to sample local cuisine. There are numerous delectable options that you can choose from, and some of these include Los Rancheros, Jin Jin 1, Louis Louis, VKI Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi Bar, Bayou Bill's Crap House, Don Pedros Mexican Restaurant and others.


Santa Rosa Beach is a beautiful place to visit any time of year thanks to the humid subtropical climate in place. As is the case with much of Florida, you can expect to enjoy long, warm and humid summers with idyllic beach weather ranging from May through October most years. The average high temperature in Santa Rosa Beach for this time of year is in the 80s to 90s, but there are some days when the temperature will exceed 100 degrees. This is usually the wettest time of the year as well, and the area receives more than 60 inches of rain annually. During the winter months, the temperatures are mild with daily highs typically in the 60s.

How to Get There

Getting to Santa Rosa is easy to do because you have several travel options to consider. Many who are traveling from farther away will arrive via air at the Pensacola International Airport. From the airport, you can rent a car and take Highway 98 east until you reach Santa Rosa Beach. This is a scenic, enjoyable drive that will get you in the mood for your vacation. If you plan to drive your own car to Santa Rosa Beach, connect to Interstate 10. Then, follow Highway 87 south to Highway 98, and this road will take you east to Santa Rosa Beach. In addition to air and road travel, you can also travel via boat to the area. Some marinas offer weekly or nightly rates for personal watercraft.

Attractions In and Around Santa Rosa Beach

First time in Santa Rosa Beach and looking for places to see? Take the kids and check out Big Kahuna's Water and Adventure Park, Eden Gardens State Park and Morgan Sports Center. If some outdoor time is on the agenda, soak up some sun at Grayton Beach State Park and Seaside Beach or experience the natural beauty of Point Washington State Forest and Deer Lake State Park.

You can take a shopping trip to Silver Sands Premium Outlets, Destin Commons and Central Square. Other things to do while in town include a visit to 30A Bike Trail, Topsail Beach State Preserve and South Walton Visitor Center.