Santa Rosa Beach Florida Limousine Rental Service
Visitors to the Santa Rosa Beach can always count on Destin Limo service to provide affordable Limousine transportation throughout South Walton County, Destin and the entire Beaches of South Walton area. Santa Rosa Beach, Florida is a diverse coastal destination and we can accomadate from one single passanger, up to 24 in our limousines servicing Santa Rosa Beach. Destin Limo offers Santa Rosa Beach Airport Transfers from Panama City, Ft Walton Beach, Pensacola, and from the Destin Airport KDTS....
We'll pick you up on the Destin, Pensacola or Panama City Airport ramp, right next to your private jet or chartered plane and deliver you to your home, hotel, condo or resort, anywhere in Seaside.
Santa Rosa Beach Transportation
If you are interested in limousine, taxis or shuttle rentals to or from Santa Rosa Beach, you've come to the right place. We offer Vacation packages which cover all of your Limousine Transportation needs. A night out on the town on 30A, a special day of shopping in Destin or just a guided ,sight seeing-wine tour, we provide it all.
Santa Rosa Beach Florida Limo Service
Limo charter to or from Santa Rosa Beach is provided by, Destin Limo, a wholly owned division of Celebrity Realty International, Inc...Being a division of Celebrity Realty International, who is the "Broker to the Stars", we not only know exactly what kind of limo service VIP's, Fortune 500 CEO's, Celebrity's and other high net-worth individuals demand, but we also know what vacationing families need to make their vacation a success.
Santa Rosa Beach is one of the oldest beach town along 30-A and extends northward past U.S. Highway 98. The name was borrowed from the Santa Rosa Plantation, which was a thriving plantation north of Hwy. 98 on Hogtown Bayou in the late 1800�s. Santa Rosa Beach was a large center for turpentine production. The abundance of slash pine trees made it a perfect place for such an industry. There was also plenty of room for the workers to live. Turpentine at that time was used to caulk the seams of wooden ships and was therefore referred to as a "naval stores industry." The industry died out in the 1940�s due to shipbuilding shifting from wood to steel and damage from storms. There was also less land with trees available for lease. Papermaking became a bigger industry and the pine trees began being used for that purpose.
When you come upon the first high-end condominiums and upscale shopping area, you have arrived in Santa Rosa Beach. There is a lot to do and see at the main intersection of 393 and 30-A. Besides shopping and restaurants and a coffee and dessert shop, there is a roadside park called Ed Walline Park.