Nearing the east end of 30-A, you’ll find Rosemary Beach. This recently developed community was named after the wild rosemary that grows in the area and dunes. Rosemary Beach has it’s own U.S. Post Office and Town Hall. A charming little Italian Inn is also on the premises. This is a “New Urbanism” planned community on 30-A, with its totally unique architectural theme.
Styled and inspired by the houses in St. Augustine, the West Indies, New Orleans and Charleston, the authentic construction reflects classic Pan-Caribbean architecture. Yet Rosemary Beach has it’s own character by its careful arrangement of public and private spaces.
Each “street” (which in Rosemary Beach means a pedestrian lane), footpath or boardwalk takes you to a public square, plaza park, tennis courts or a swimming pool. You can literally walk anywhere in just a few minutes or more.
With beach access just a few yards away and shops opening for the new season, Rosemary Beach is a real treat for the senses.
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