Welcome To Rosemary Beach

Lucky Dog Beach Retreat

1 Bedroom | 1 Bath | Sleeps 2

Things To Do In Rosemary Beach

Rosemary Beach is a neo-traditional beach community that blends West Indies with New Urbanism with gorgeous architecture, a bustling town square, and award-winning restaurants. New Urbanism is a design philosophy that places everything within a short walk of the town center. It should come as no surprise to anybody who has explored Rosemary Beach’s winding lanes and cobblestone alleys or enjoyed an outside meal in one of its warm patios or courtyards that the town was named one of “America’s Most Romantic Small Towns” by CNN.

Main Street and the town square of the neighborhood are lined with brick sidewalks that entice visitors to explore the independently owned stores and boutiques where fashion and enjoyment coexist. There are numerous possibilities for foodies to experience top-notch dining, from elegant dining at Edward’s to decadent sweets at La Crema. Favorite meals form a significant part of vacation tradition at Cowgirl Kitchen, Wild Olives, and The Summer Kitchen Café, where families throng for their relaxed and enjoyable dining experiences.

Family and friend gatherings are encouraged on Rosemary Beach’s large green spaces, which are also home to a weekly farmer’s market and are decorated with public art. Deeper exploration of Rosemary Beach’s twisting lanes will discover a treasure trove of creative architecture as well as a dispersed and beautiful collection of sculptures by international artists.

Residents of Rosemary Beach enjoy relaxing with stunning views and refreshing drinks as the sun sets, frequently at picturesque rooftop eateries like Pescado Seafood Grill & Rooftop Bar and Havana Beach Bar & Grill, which both provide stunning views of the Gulf of Mexico. A South Walton sunset is the ideal way to end your day with a lovely splash of color, whether it’s date night or just Tuesday night.