The beautiful Inlet Beach rentals welcome you to a peaceful atmosphere away from the bustle of Florida's larger cities. Inlet Beach is a part of the South Walton Beach community and derives its name from Philips Inlet. It is actually located on the extreme east of all the 15 South Walton beaches. Staying in the Inlet Beach vacation home is fun, and it also provides easy access to the Panhandle region of Florida.
1. Go Boating or Cruising
The cruises and boating day tours along various regions of Florida Panhandle provide a great opportunity to gather knowledge of the marine life. You can choose among the various charter services available year-round. Shell Island Glass Bottom Boat Cruise offers tourists a unique opportunity to watch the antics of dolphins, swim and collect sea shells. The trip spans 3 hours, and you will witness a vast range of underwater species. You can also opt for the sailing trip offered by Captain Guido Charters, LLC along Fort Walton Beach coastline. This is an adventurous trip as you get an opportunity to operate the Minnie ship while navigating your way towards the Okaloosa Island.
2. Full Day Fishing Expeditions
When you think of fishing along the Florida Panhandle, you think of the large blue marlin caught at Destin. When it comes to fishing, Destin is the most favored spots for anglers. A vast range of species including mackerel, marlin, grouper, amberjack, red snapper, wahoo and cobia can be caught off the coast. Destin not only offers charter fishing facilities, but it also has great opportunities for inshore fishing. The unspoiled backwaters, tidal flats, creeks and bays are home to species like catfish, largemouth bass, perch and bream. Shikari Inshore Charters is one of the best charter services available in the region.
3. A Visit to the Museum, Park and Cultural Center
If you wish to explore Destin beyond the waters, a visit to the Fort Walton Beach Heritage Park & Cultural Center is worth it. The Center constitutes of 3 museums: Camp Walton Schoolhouse Museum, Indian Temple Mound Museum and Garnier Post Office Museum. They display exhibits and documents depicting the early history of the Fort Walton Beach. The center is open from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. throughout the week and from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Saturdays.
4. Snorkeling in Port St. Joe
You can snorkel for scallops at no cost in St. Joe Bay. This bay lies in the western part of Apalachicola, and you can snorkel from July through September. You can also wade through the shallow waters to collect mollusks. If you need guidance, use a charter service and enjoy your day by catching, cleaning and roasting the scallops.
You will have easy access to all these exciting destinations if you stay at an Inlet Beach vacation home. Search by price, location or amenities through the complete list of vacation homes in Vamoose.com to make your trip memorable.