Brewing Love, Life, Latte & More – the Amavida Story

The once small, independent coffee company roasting out of owners Dan & Sally Bailey's home nearly 15 years ago, Amavida Coffee Roasters has not only...

How is a Ukulele Made? Watch as Driftwood Guitars Creates One for 30A

Chris Alvarado of Driftwood Guitars is creating a one-of-a-kind tenor ukulele for the 30A Company, handcrafted from ziricote rosewood, spruce and mahogany along with...

The 30A Company Featured in Forbes

The 30A Company loves when our story is shared to a wider audience, and Forbes magazine definitely fits that bill. Writer Abigail Abesamis spoke...

The Monarch Butterfly: South Walton’s Majestic Mascot

Every fall, locals and visitors alike delight in the return of our own migrating mascot: monarch butterflies. Monarch butterflies are arguably some of the most...

Tickets Now Out for Karuna 30A’s Hurricane Relief Benefit Concert – Dec 9

Karuna 30a, 30a Horse Farm at Arnett's Gulfside, and generous community sponsors are crafting a fun fundraiser from 12:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. on...

The 30A E-Cruiser Electric Bike by YOLO has Arrived!

30A E-Cruiser Electric Bikes by YOLO Board+Bike are here! Get ready to feel like a kid again, a time when riding your bike gave...


Watercolor | Santa Rosa Beach
3 bd    4 ba    1951 sqft

Alys Beach | Alys Beach
5 bd    5 ba    1 ½ ba    3984 sqft

Walk Over Dunes | Santa Rosa Beach
8 bd    10 ba    1 ½ ba    5145 sqft


Grayton Beach State Park

Consistently voted one of world’s most beautiful and pristine beaches (and frequently hailed as the #1 beach in America), Grayton Beach State Park is a 2,000-acre national treasure that features camping, hiking, various YOLO board and eco...

Hurricane Michael: Stepping Up Community Relief Efforts – More Ways to Help!!

If you would like to volunteer with Hurricane Michael recovery efforts, visit and fill out the volunteer form. you can also sign up at as a volunteer.  In true 30A fashion, the community is stepping up and many...

What are those mysterious pilings in Choctawhatchee Bay by the 331 bridge?

Locals and visitors often speculate about the origins of the hundreds (actually 2,040 to be exact) of old wood pilings strewn across Choctawhatchee Bay just east of the U.S. Highway 331 bridge and just...



Going Deep with Local Diver & Reef Artist Vince Tatum

Some locals are lucky enough to be born here in South Walton, but the rest of us have our own story to tell. Local...

Red Sky at Night, Sailor’s Delight – Is The Old Adage True?

“Red Sky at Night, Sailor’s Delight. Red Sky in the Morning, Sailor’s Warning.” Have you ever heard this old nautical adage and wondered if there's...

The Battle of the Butts: Addressing the Most Littered Item in the World

We call this incredible planet home but we only borrow it. We delight in her vast oceans, her breathtaking mountains, but we leave behind...

8 Things to Know About Horseshoe Crabs – A Little Creature Making Big Ripples

Although horseshoe crabs are big enough to make you pause when you encounter one as they come onto the shore to mate, they are...