Top holiday ideas for Labor Day 2021

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Destin, August 9, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Labor Day marks the end of summer. It’s the holiday that pays tribute to the contributions and achievements of American workers, but it’s often the least-traveled vacation of the year, according to the American Automobile Association (AAA). As the nation returns from the pandemic, American workers are once again traveling to outdoor destinations including beaches, mountains, and state parks. For those considering a Labor Day beach vacation, Newman-Dailey Resort Properties, a leading vacation rental company in Destin, Florida, offers discounted rental rates as well as free activities and discounts on area attractions. The Destin Vacation Rentals can be combined with a variety of activities to create a personalized Labor Day vacation depending on each traveler’s interests.

“Our guests have told us they don’t want summer to end and that a Labor Day beach vacation is a timeless tradition,” said Jeanne Dailey, Founder and CEO of Newman-Dailey. “In fact, for the past 36 years of welcoming families to the beach, our team has narrowed down to the most popular Labor Day vacation activities in the Destin area.”

Green travelers looking for a green, Labor Day vacation will delight in the offerings of Scenic Highway 30-A, which includes three state parks and a state forest. One of the best places to stay is Sanctuary at Redfish. The resort is located on Highway 30-A and overlooks a nature reserve and a rare coastal dune lake. With eco-friendly recreation options within the coastal dune lake, on the beach, as well as biking the 30-A-paved bike path and hiking in nearby Grayton Beach State Park, the resort is a nature lover’s paradise. Guests can reduce the travelers’ footprint by performing a coastal cleanup along the beaches and helping to fill holes along the beach to preserve the sea turtle nesting area. Guests can also partner with the 30A Sea Life Discovery Center or participate in the Choctawhatchee Basin Alliance’s OYSTER clam recycling program by eating oysters at participating Destin restaurants.

Food lovers will find a way to happiness with a Culinary Labor Day vacation on the Emerald Coast. With a local focus on refining fresh local ingredients and produce, and celebrating the abundance of fresh seafood from the Gulf, Northwest Florida is a culinary traveler’s dream. From golf to the table, guests are pampered with a variety of preparations for the fresh catch of the day. From gourmet grilled cheese cooked in an Airstream trailer to fresh grouper sandwiches and oysters at Shunk Gulley to the famous Grits A Yaya (shrimp and grits) at Great Southern Café, South Walton and Destin are ready to serve you even that to impress the most demanding palates.

For the adventurous vacationer, Northwest Florida offers plenty of options for exciting outdoor adventures and Labor Day water sports. From popular water sports like jet skiing, parasailing sailing, and stand-up paddleboarding to the newest sport, hydroflight, where participants soar high above the water in a water-powered jetpack, there is no shortage of adventurous activities. With the addition of artificial reefs off the coast, diving and snorkeling adventures have grown in popularity. In addition, Destin is home to the happiest fishing village in the world, and chartered fishing boats are ready to take anglers for a day of fishing and fun in the Gulf of Mexico or Choctawhatchee Bay.

For those who prefer arts and cultural activities, a Labor Day vacation can be the perfect reward after a year of hard work. On Labor Day Weekend, Sandestin Golf & Beach Resort is hosting Perfect Hues: Baytowne Art & Food Fest. Art lovers are invited to stroll the streets of the village of Baytowne Wharf every night from 5pm to 10pm, browsing a variety of artwork by local and regional artists, grabbing bites from some of the area’s best restaurants and food trucks, and enjoying life Music from some of the most popular local and regional bands. Additionally, visitors to the area can take an art tour and stop at a diverse mix of local art galleries and artist workshops that are abundant in South Walton and Destin, Florida. In addition, South Walton has a new attraction for divers – the Underwater Museum of Art. As North America’s first permanent underwater sculpture exhibition, the Underwater Museum features metal creations by some of the region’s most talented artists. For those looking for a special art souvenir, Mary Hong’s Shard Shop invites all ages to register for a workshop and create their own unique piece from recycled broken glass.

With a diverse selection of beachfront neighborhoods, South Walton and Destin offer plenty of accommodation options. As one of Destin’s longest-running vacation rental companies, Newman-Dailey Resort Properties offers a wide variety of vacation homes and condos. In addition to discounted rates, every Newman Dailey rental includes a virtual gift card that applies to free adult entry to parasailing, a dolphin cruise, snorkeling trip, and more. As the vacation approaches, travelers seek vacation ideas and the local team at Newman-Dailey Resort Properties is ready to help travelers tailor a Labor Day vacation that suits their interests. Learn more at DestinVacation.com or call 1-800-225-7652.

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About Newman-Dailey Resort Properties, Inc.
Newman-Dailey Resort Properties is a premier property management, sales, and association management company based in Miramar Beach, Florida. Founded in 1985, Newman-Dailey has welcomed guests to the beaches of South Walton and Destin, Florida for more than 36 years. Recognized for excellence, integrity and professionalism, Newman-Dailey has consistently received the Certificate of Excellence for positive reviews on TripAdvisor and has won the Better Business Bureau’s Torch Award for Market Ethics. The Real Estate Division is consistently listed in the top 10 percent of real estate companies along the Costa Smeralda. For more sales or rental information, call 850.837.1071 or visit DestinManagement.com or DestinVacation.com online at DestinSales.com.

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