Monday, March 30, 2009

Getting More for Less on Your Florida Beach Vacation

As economic times become tougher, everyone starts to look at getting more for less. And never before has it been more important to get away from it all to sit back, relax, unwind and recharge. The staff at Pristine Properties Vacation Rentals understands the struggle between reconciling a tight budget with vacation plans. To help you make your plans a reality, this company has adopted a program to allow their guests to experience just that…getting more for less.

Pristine Properties is a rental management company in the Panhandle of Florida managing nearly 250 homes from Mexico Beach and St. Joe Beach to Cape San Blas and Indian Pass. This area is considered the Forgotten Coast for its solitude and pristine coastline. Located about 30 miles east of the College Spring Break College-Crazed atmosphere of Panama City Beach, this area is much more peaceful than its neighbor. The beaches are beautiful, the people are friendly and the seafood is divine. It is the perfect place for the entire family including your leashed pets which are welcome on most parts of the beach. As an added bonus, the waters are kid friendly with no rip currents to worry about.

So back to the more for less. With each vacation rental home reservation, guests receive a complimentary Family Fun Pass. This is your ticket to excitement along the coast offering one free admission/fare to an 18-hole round of golf, a deep sea fishing excursion, a unique experience of horseback riding on the beach and unlimited DVD rentals for each nights’ stay. What a huge savings for anyone who wants to take advantage of these exciting activities, making your family vacation one to remember.

With gulf front properties starting at just over $800 for a week in the spring or $850 for a week in the summer, prices are still considerably lower here than in other coastal communities. It is certainly a place one must experience to appreciate its true value. So if you’re budget is a little tighter this year, but you know your family needs a beach break try the Forgotten Coast.

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