Florida is home to many species of animals, and guests at the Seahorse Retreat or Palm Breeze Beach House are guaranteed to have some kind of encounter with wildlife when staying at the properties.
Our backyard is the Santa Rosa Sound, and it’s not uncommon to spot a pod of dolphins (sometimes they come very close to the dock), crabs (check the dock to see if there’s a crab trap), sting rays, and small fish.
What’s the weather like in April? Is it cold in January? What kind of temperatures can we expect in February? Do you have a heated swimming pool?
As owners of the Seahorse Retreat and managers of the Palm Breeze Beach House, we get questions like that a lot. Here’s what you can expect at different times of the year in the Navarre and Navarre Beach area.
Our infinity-edge swimming pool is not heated, however, both homes have thei...
If you stay at one of our homes, The Seahorse Retreat or The Palm Breeze Beach House, you’re pretty much guaranteed a magnificent sunrise or sunset.
You’ll need to get up pretty early to view the sunrise, and sometimes that can be difficult on vacation, but it’s a peaceful and serene time of the day and very worth the effort. The water on the Santa Rosa Sound is often still and glass-like in the morning, and the reflection of t...
Just what is the Santa Rosa Sound? What is the water and sand like on your beach?
These are questions we field a lot from prospective guests. Hopefully the following will help explain, (with help from photos) what you can expect on our beach if you book one or both of our homes, The Seahorse Retreat and The Palm Breeze Beach House.
The Santa Rosa Sound is a sound connecting Pensacola Bay and Choctawhatchee Bay. It runs 33 miles...