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Fort Walton Beach offers the best summer retreat.

Whether you are about aquatic activities, tanning your skin at the sandy coast or kicking back and relaxing at night, Fort Walton Beach is a gateway destination to the Emerald Coast of northwest Florida.

If you are looking for a dose of fun in Fort Walton Beach, you should book your stay first. Be it a room in cheap hotel in Fort Walton Beach or a stay in the lap of luxuries all are available at Our listings include maps, photos and secure forms.

Exploring Fort Walton Beach, you shouldn't be caught up by beaches. The city is more than sun and sand and offers a set of inshore activities to diversify your stay. For example, you are always welcome at the Florida Gulfarium to experience rare animal species or you may also stop at the Brooks Street to have some fun at the Focus Center with a few science exhibits housed there.

Other attractions include;

  • The Gulfarium, a zoo park to indulge in wild life

  • Indian Temple Mound and Museum can introduce you to the early Indian culture

  • Air Armament Museum, an interesting museum to tour with kids and it houses exhibits on military arms

  • Grayton Beach, an excellent beach to relax at a sandy coast

  • Emerald Coast Science Center houses interesting exhibits on scientific achievements

Teeming with cultural opportunities, Fort Walton Beach is ranked as the "Billfish Capital of the World." It means that its umbrella-peppered coast provides excellent fishing spots along with a package of activities like scuba diving, snorkeling, boating and so on.

Modern yet immersed in history, Fort Walton Beach is a former haunt for notorious pirates between 1500 and 1800, with the most dangerous being Billy Bowlegs. The first family to settle the area was John Thomas Brooks and his wife in 1868.

With time Fort Walton Beach grew in terms of population to a number of 22,000 people and was ranked as number 10 in the top 100 American cities to live. Thus, it is no surprise to Fort Walton Beach to be on the move with visitors packing the area for its welcoming feel, stunning vistas to the gulf and bay and relaxed lifestyle.

Whatever you fall for in Fort Walton Beach from its sun-backed beaches to fascinating culture, makes your experience easier.

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