About Dune Allen Beach
Imagine yourself soaking in the sun while you walk barefoot in the sandy Dune Allen Beach, soaking in the breeze and salty air. You make your way into the waves, swimming in the beautiful ocean water to cool off. Then you make your way back to shore. Now you relax in the serene calm of the clear yellow sky, embracing the blessings of this beautiful sunset.
Dune Allen, located between Blue Mountain Beach and Santa Rosa, is the most western beach town along Scenic 30-A. Dune Allen Beach is a great destination for those searching for peace and quiet since it is home to three coastal dune lakes, the 1600-acre Topsail Hill State Preserve, and some of the best restaurants and public beach accesses along Scenic 30-A.
Small cinder-block homes sit atop the dunes along Dune Allen’s Scenic 30-A, near sleek stucco mansions. Old wooden beach houses, now restored and standing proud on pilings, are a relic of Scenic 30-A’s past as a quiet beach.
With its rich past, Dune Allen is a must-see on any beach down Scenic 30-A. Stallworth Lake was formed where the Choctawhatchee River flowed freely to the Gulf of Mexico. This was in the early 1900s. People came for vacations centered on geographical peculiarities, and many of them ended up staying permanently.
Dune Allen Beach, with its many charming neighborhoods and master-planned communities, offers something for everyone. Dune Allen is as gorgeous as it is diverse, with modern and towering Cypress Dunes sitting alongside the charming and colorful Calypso Point. (credit: discover30a.com)
About South Walton County, FL
Walton County is located on the Emerald Coast in the northwestern part of the U.S. state of Florida, with its southern border on the Gulf of Mexico. As of the 2020 census, the population was 75,305. Its county seat is DeFuniak Springs. The county is home to the highest natural point in Florida: Britton Hill, at 345 feet (105 m). Walton County is included in the Crestview-Fort Walton Beach-Destin, FL Metropolitan Statistical Area.
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