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Miramar Beach is located in southern Walton County on the Emerald Coast that comprises Northwest Florida. Just a few minutes from Destin, Miramar Beach starts near the scenic, meandering Gulf Drive along the Gulf of Mexico, winding past private beachfront homes and condos with breathtaking gulf-front views, as well as shops, restaurants, and a beach resort. At the juncture of Gulf Drive and Emerald Coast Parkway lies America's biggest outlet mall, Silver Sands Factory Stores, comprised of more than one hundred designer-label stores. You can shop till you drop, then kick back on a beautiful "Blue Wave" beach, of which there are many in the area. South Walton Beaches feature natural, pristine beauty, clean and pure turquoise and emerald waters, silky, sugar-white sand, and lakes near coastal sand dunes. Only a few beaches have been nationally certified as "Blue Wave," which defines stringent criteria for public education and information, conservation of wildlife habitats, public services, inter-tidal beach conditions, and water purity. Recreation around Miramar Beach is diverse and includes charter boating and sailing, kayaking, parasailing, fishing, swimming, shelling, sunning, biking, hiking, and golf. Many gift shops and antique stores dot the area. Florida Trend Magazine named seven of South Walton County's beach restaurants in the top 400 of Florida.
Northwest Florida's Emerald Coast enjoys a temperate climate year-round. State-wide, Florida receives about 50 annual inches of rainfall, making it one of the country's wettest. Florida's Panhandle receives most of that rain. Often, however, the cloudbursts end quickly and the sun is soon as bright as ever. The heat and humidity from May through September are the result of tropical winds blown north across the Gulf of Mexico. The rest of the year, most days are pleasantly warm and most evenings are pleasantly cool. The hurricane season begins in June and ends in November; however, most hurricanes bypass Florida entirely. On the rare occasion that a hurricane makes landfall in Florida, warnings go out well in advance.