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Miramar Beach

Miramar Beach

Miramar Beach



Unique waterscapes and a premier lifestyle

Miramar Beach is a vibrant community between Destin, Florida, and Santa Rosa Beach. The Gulf of Mexico borders Miramar to the south and Choctawhatchee Bay to the north. This ideal combination of ocean and bay paired with the subtropical climate makes Miramar an outdoor enthusiast’s dream.

As you stroll along the powder white sand, you can see people on jet skis speeding across the crystal clear water of the Gulf while others glide high above the surf on a parasailing adventure. Most lounge underneath giant umbrellas, enjoying the sights, sounds, and ocean breeze. However, the beach is just part of the story; there is much more to Miramar.

There are several award-winning fairways, golf and tennis resorts, and plenty of places for anglers to cast a line. Boaters can chart a course for the Gulf or the Bay. They will find that Legendary Marina, offering dry storage and more, is only about five miles away.

The Village of Baytowne Wharf overlooks Choctawhatchee Bay and offers day and evening activities. There are boutiques, restaurants, concerts, and festivals, among other things. You can charter a boat there or fish in the onsite lagoon. In addition to the Wharf’s festivities, the city works hard to bring people together and foster a sense of community. It hosts events like the farmers’ market in the summer and fireworks at the beach to ring in the new year.

Homes in Miramar are varied in style and property type. There are spacious condominiums, charming cottages, and expansive waterfront villas. Many neighborhoods are gated communities offering amenities like pools and fitness centers. Depending on a home’s location, a few even have private beach access or docks. While some people choose to live near the Gulf, many prefer the bay. Regardless of which camp you find yourself in, you can rest assured that you will still be close to everything and that you have finally found a place to call home.

Average Home Prices

  • $860,000 Lowest
  • $1,385,000 Average
  • $3,650,000 Highest

Average Home Price Per Square Feet

  • $629 Lowest
  • $686 Average
  • $856 Highest

Average Home STATISTICS In Terms of

  • 4 No. of Beds
  • 3 No. of Baths
  • 2,400 Sq.Ft


  • The Gulf and the Bay
  • Boutiques and fine dining
  • Fun outdoor activities


Miramar is a tourist town, but many people live here year-round. Visitors find the combination of the Gulf, the Bay, and all the recreational activities so enticing that some decide to stay permanently. The city relies on tourism, but residents are happy to reclaim it as their own in the off-season, giving their lives a chance to settle down.

Miramar has a laid-back atmosphere typical of most beach towns, but it offers more than some places. Residents like the benefits of having resorts and amenities in town. Avid golfers and tennis players say the golf courses and tennis facilities are part of what drew them here. Anglers and boaters like Miramar, too. Some take their boats out for fishing excursions, while others prefer to cruise the open waters on their yachts.

Miramar Beach is close to Destin, Florida, and the quaint 30A communities. Locals can also reap the benefits of activities and entertainment offered in those areas.


You are never far from a great meal or a stylish boutique in Miramar Beach. The Ocean Club has been serving diners in the area for over 30 years. It has fresh, locally sourced seafood and a variety of other delicious entrees. Enjoy your meal surrounded by a wall of windows revealing a beautiful wooded area outside.

The shops at Grand Boulevard are where locals go when they need retail therapy or a day with friends. The Boulevard has upscale boutiques and a variety of restaurants. While there, enjoy a special dinner at Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar or feast on the superb cuisine at Emeril’s Coastal.


There are so many activities and events in Miramar. The first obvious choice is fun in the sun at Miramar Beach. You can swim, surf, or just take time to relax. While you are there, you can walk or bike the Scenic Highway 98 Trail. You’ll pass beach bars, shops, and restaurants, and you can soak in the fantastic views.

The annual Best of the Emerald Coast Festival has been highlighting the best shops, restaurants, and businesses in the area for over 20 years. Sample the food, shop at vendor booths, and enjoy the live entertainment. Join the crowd at the annual 30A Songwriters Festival. The event last four days and is held at different venues throughout the 30A community. It is fun and raises money for a good cause.


Miramar Beach (Bay Side) is part of the Walton County School District. A few of the schools in the area are shown below.

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