Back in the 1940s and 1950s, Seagrove Beach vacation rental guests came to rent modest one-story cottages with paddle fans instead of air conditioning, and wide screened porches that were perfect for sleeping in the spring and summer weather. Those same families returned to Seagrove Beach year after year, and now second and third generations make the journey. Many of those charming Seagrove cottages still exist, although they've been updated for today's travelers and are now thoroughly shaded by mature scrub trees and plants. Rich with "small town America" history and the laid back beach community feeling, Seagrove Beach transports its visitors to another time.
Swimming and sandcastle building were once the most popular pastimes at Seagrove Beach, since there weren't many commercial ventures in the Seagrove area. Now Seagrove Beach vacation rental guests have numerous options for recreation as well as dining while vacationing on Seagrove Beach.
In addition to the legendary Seagrove Village Market, which has been featured in Coastal Living, Southern Living and Travel and Leisure magazines and "has been serving deep fried love since 1949" Seagrove now boasts many new shops and restaurants. You can also walk or bike to town centers in Seaside and Watercolor, all of which make for a calming and relaxing vacation in this unique Beach neighborhood.