Seaside, Florida is the genesis of the New Urbanism architectural design movement and takes the spotlight on how Highway 30A gained its notoriety today. Centrally located on 30A, Seaside is surrounded by the communities of Watercolor and Seagrove Beach. Its iconic Post Office, pastel beach cottages, Coleman Pavilion and feature film debut in “The Truman Show” are all easily recognizable scenes of this idyllic community. The core concept of Seaside’s urban development is a place for homeowners and visitors to seamlessly work and play – including never having to leave. Bike and foot paths interconnect through natural foliage to take you anywhere you need to go in its central town square. Seaside’s simplistic, yet effective design has been honored and replicated all over the world. Home to award winning Seaside Neighborhood School, local grocery: Modica Market, a plethora of delicious dining options, Ruskin Place shops and artists, events and festivals – Seaside is truly a postcard perfect place to live in and visit!
Favorite Lunch: Shrimp Shack or Cocina Cubana
Favorite Dinner: Great Southern Cafe