Destin Harbor Boardwalk, Destin

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Destin Harbor Boardwalk, Destin - Address, Phone Number

Address: 102 Harbor Blvd, Destin, FL 32541, United States

Phone: +1-8504241232

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Time Required: 05:00 Hrs

Timings: 24-hrs Details

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Water Body, Waterfront, Village, View Point, Walking Area, Broadway, Family And Kids, Water Sport

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Destin Harbor Boardwalk is one of the top attractions and is most visited by locals and visitors alike. Staying true to its title as “World’s luckiest fishing village”, Destin Harbor has a lot of fishing tours along with activities like Jet skiing, Parasailing, Dolphin tours, Boating, Scuba diving, snorkelling or just soak up some sun at the Beach.

Destin Harbor Boardwalk Ticket Prices

  • Although there is no entry charge, the activities offered here may be charged.

How To reach Destin Harbor Boardwalk by Public Transport

  • It is best to hire a cab to get to Boardwalk or check with the Hotel if they provide any shuttle service.

Restaurants Near Destin Harbor Boardwalk

  • Alatapatatas
  • Crust Pizzeria
  • Whataburger
  • Grande Vista Bar and Grille
  • Dewey Destin Harborside
  • McGuire's Irish Pub

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  • Decent food and drinks! Family friendly and nice staff in the stalls/shops/restaurants. Loved the way the boats were halted in back waters! We did hop on one for a bit to rest and take couple of pictures. Not sure if its okay to do that thou O_O. The fish food was cheaper(50c) as you go in rather than the entrance ($1) if you like to feed them. A person who passed by us also suggested to feed the fishes with crackers. Couldn't try since we did not have them then. They did have kid friendly activities near the entrance. I like doing the walk before dusk and halting for food once its dark! Music was excellent.

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  • Very cool place. Lots of stores and places to eat/drink. Parking can be difficult especially during festivals and the fishing rodeo. I recommend parking at one of the restaurants off of 30A. Feeding the fish is fine but the fish food vending machines are as expensive as protecting the Trump family with secret service.

  • Fun place to stroll around for a night. Restaurant prices are a bit higher than the surrounding area but they have a great view. It's worth the extra on some nights. Can be crowded during the summer and vacation periods.

  • We visited after Hurricane Irma. All restaurants were way over priced so we decided to eat off the premises. It is quaint with scenic views of the sugar white sand dunes with a few shops, zip line, rock climbing adventure. Many fishing boats on standby. Food trucks closed. Fudge store had no candy apples available. Shortage of apples?

  • I loved this little sea side "town"! There was much to do and see even if you went to only walk around. You might even happen upon a man and his bird who will let you hold him.

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