Learn how to live, work, play, and stay in 30A — best known for its stunning beaches, charming coastal towns, and laid-back atmosphere.
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30A is a stretch of scenic coastline in the Florida Panhandle that boasts some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. The area is made up of several charming towns, each with its own unique character and attractions.
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30A is located in the Florida Panhandle, stretching along a scenic coastline with some of the world's most beautiful beaches. The area is easily accessible via US Highway 98 and is approximately an hour's drive from the Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport.
30A is a foodie's paradise, with a variety of dining options ranging from casual beachside eateries to upscale, fine dining restaurants. Some of the area's most popular restaurants include The Red Bar in Grayton Beach, Caliza Restaurant in Alys Beach, The Perfect Pig in Seagrove Beach, and George's at Alys Beach.
30A is served by the Walton County School District, which includes several highly rated public schools, such as Bay Elementary School, Emerald Coast Middle School, and South Walton High School. There are also several private schools in the area, including Seaside Neighborhood School, which is a highly regarded public charter school.
30A offers a variety of housing options, including beachfront condos, townhomes, and single-family homes. The area is known for its charming beach cottages and stunning architectural designs, such as those found in Alys Beach. Home prices in the area can vary widely depending on the location and type of property, but they generally range from the mid-$200s to well over $5 million.
While a car is the most convenient mode of transportation in 30A, the area also has a public transportation system known as the "30A Trolley." The trolley runs daily during the summer months and on weekends in the spring and fall, providing easy access to the area's shops, restaurants, and beaches. Additionally, bike rentals are widely available and offer a fun and environmentally friendly way to explore the area.
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