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Have you ever considered visiting the Delaware Beaches? Beside being known as the "First State", the Rehoboth Beach area in Delaware has also been referred to as "The Nation's Summer Capital"... read more »

Bethany Beach - Fenwick Island
As you enter this blessed little spot on Delaware’s southeast coast, you’ll know you’re in for something special.....As part of the “Quiet Coast,” a seven mile stretch of seashore that includes South Bethany and Fenwick Island, Bethany Beach is a charming vacation spot for families and fun-lovers seeking a peaceful yet engaging vacation destination. The ocean is warm from May to October, and invites a plethora of water-themed activities like fishing, surfing, swimming, and boogey boarding. Taking a dip in the Atlantic Ocean, napping on a beach towel, or floating on a raft will allow the gentle ebb and flow of the tides to wash away your current cares and more »

Historic Wilmington and NC's Cape Fear Coast has become known as "Hollywood East" because of the numerous movies filmed on location in the area. The region's mild climate, pristine beaches and landscapes, diverse architecture and historic district are a favorite of Filmmakers like those who chose the location for filming Dawson Creek. Annual festivals and tours give visitors a behind the scenes glimpse of many more »


Cumberland Island:
Cumberland Island National Seashore

Jekyll Island and St. Simon Island:
Jekyll Island Convention and Visitors Bureau - Official Travel Guide

St. Simon Island - a Natural Resort - A Comprehensive Guide to St. Simons Island and the Coast of Georgia

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St. Simons Island
So you’ve decided to visit St. Simons Island located in warm, sunny, southwest Georgia. Maybe you’re a Georgia resident who’s never made it down that far, or perhaps you’re from somewhere else and just can’t shake the feeling that this would be a great place to spend a few days. After the stressful few months you’ve had, all that really matters is that you end up somewhere with ample beach space and enough time to properly enjoy it. St. Simons, here you more

Tybee Island
If you're here for the history, there are landmarks in the north and south parts of the island, so settle down anywhere, rent a car or a bike, and you'll be good to go. Also, if Savannah is on your mind, take a trolley just 12 short miles and you'll be free to roam the historic streets for as long as you like without worry of returning home too tired to function. The popular pier is a great place to visit, as is the main stretch of beach located at 17th street. You'll find all of this at your fingertips, so don't think it's necessary to find a hotel room along "the drag." Pick a spot anywhere on Tybee Island, and you're guaranteed a good more about Tybee Island Georgia

Visit Georgia Online - Georgia visitor and tourist information with guides to hotels, restaurants, and attractions.


If you ever thought that by seeing Maine from land alone you have seen it all, you better think again. In fact, it would seem a shame if you did not check out a few of the three thousand islands that dot the coastline of this picturesque state.

These islands are worlds onto themselves, each unique in their own pristine wilderness, providing excellent possibilities to sneak away for a romantic day getaway. You can indulge in hiking, fishing, hiking, biking, nature walking or just lazy around the many parks and beaches, all in beautiful surroundings and within a friendly, relaxing atmosphere - truly what memories of romantic retreats are made of!

An ideal jumping off point to enjoy and experience some of these islands is from Rockland, Maine, where if your time is limited to only a few days, you can visit some of them by ferry or private more »

Ocean City Maryland is one of the favorite vacation seashore destinations in the Mid-Atlantic Coast. Ocean City has 10 miles of clean sandy beaches on the Atlantic Ocean which includes a boardwalk, approximately 20 blocks long. Ocean City Maryland offers many recreational activities for everyone. Some of the numerous activities include fishing, watersports, golfing, historical attractions, amusement park rides, or just plain old fun in the sun on the clean sandy more »

Tilghman Island Maryland - Come enjoy the quiet and picturesque surrounding of the Eastern Shore and Chesapeake Bay on Tilghman Island.


Cape Cod:
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Cape May New Jersey
Sometimes a vacation should really be a vacation.

Often, we all get too enthusiastic about a vacation. We want to see all the sights, do all the shopping, get involved with everything – and we forget to simply relax. Sea Isle City in Cape May County, New Jersey, is a perfect place to remember to relax. With a mile and a half of straight, deep beachfront, almost everything is right on the beach, including your perfect vacation rental homes. And Sea Isle City caters to vacationers, with plenty of restaurants and bars close to the promenade as well as arcades and shops for other things to do.

But it's not all about the promenade, the beach, the relaxing. Cape May County is at the southern tip of New Jersey, easily accessible to the vibrant attractions of Atlantic City; if you stay in the right place, you may have access to shuttle service right to your doorstep. Whether you're into the sparkling nightlife and gambling of the house that Trump built or you prefer the pampering at one of the world-famous spas here, you can spend the day in Atlantic City and return to your comfortable vacation home retreat on the beach in Sea Isle more »

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Bald Head Island:

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Once you experience the allure that is Bald Head Island, you will want to come back year after year. Many visitors fear that any area with such breathtaking surroundings is bound to be run over with real estate developments and swarms of people overtaking the miles of beaches. Of the 12,000 acres that constitute the island, however, 10,000 of them are protected as nature preserves, meaning they will always remain in their natural, and beautiful, state.

When you want to get back to nature, Bald Head Island offers more than the typical beach and water activities. You can find a maritime forest, rare in any part of the country, in the middle of the island that is ripe with a variety of trees, including cedars, live oaks, junipers, dogwoods, and yaupons. Take a mid-afternoon stroll along the walking path as you soak in the smells of this dense forest, keeping an eye open for any animals that may scurry along more about Bald Head Island

Ocracoke Island, North Carolina
Oh, not familiar with Ocracoke Island? It's part of the Cape Hatteras National Seashore, with the Atlantic Ocean on one side and the Pamlico Sound on the other, and is one of the few places on the East Coast where the sun sets over the water year-round. Oh, and Blackbeard once set up camp here. If you're traveling by plane, it's 100 miles from the Norfolk, VA airport and 200 miles from the Raleigh-Durham, NC airport. Its 16 miles of sun-swept wilderness beaches is accessible only by ferry, private boat, or by air. For those who want seclusion, you'll find it on Ocracoke Island, as some claim you can find a deserted stretch of beach almost any time of more about Ocracoke Island

Outer Banks:
Nags Head has grown into a summer resort area and has some of the best beach recreation on the North Carolina Coast. The name of the town has many tales associated with it. The most popular is the story that pirates would tie lanterns to the necks of their horses or nags, and walk them on the beach at night. The ship captains, thinking this was a safe opportunity to rob the ships. This is a far cry from Nags Head's attraction today. Once a remote area, Nags Head now has accomodations ranging from classic, old timey cottages to oceanfront vacation homes. Other options include cozy cottages, quaint bed and breakfasts, Hotels and more »

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Outer Banks
When searching for the perfect location for your next outdoor vacation adventure, look to the North Carolina Outer Banks to fill your plate with beach excursions, wildlife parks, and historical charm that simply cannot be missed. Whether you are drawn in by the miles of pristine, sandy beaches that line the coastline or the numerous trails that take visitors through lush vegetation in search of gorgeous bird species, you will experience the adventure of a lifetime when you stay in a vacation rental in the area of your more

Kure Beach
Kure Beach, located along North Carolina’s southern shore, may not be the attention hog of the beach vacation family, but it is certainly deserving of a little attention. If you seek a getaway that will satisfy you and your companions in a pleasant, quiet, steady way, then think about focusing your energy on this heavenly stretch of sand and surf for your next trip.

Coastal North Carolina is peaceful and inviting; just ask the many travelers who make their way here every year. There’s something about a place that forbids the structure of tall buildings and sometimes requires the use of off-road vehicles to get to your desired destination. You’re out in the middle of nowhere, but it’s not really nowhere. It’s beachy, breezy, and beautiful; perfect for distracting your mind from its usual worries and conducive to talking and bonding with the ones that are closest to you. Life can move pretty fast sometimes, so it is important to steal a few days a year and devote them to enjoyment and more about Kure Beach North Carolina

Topsail Island North Carolina
Topsail Island, located just off the North Carolina coast near the mainland towns of Sneads Ferry and Holly Ridge, is the perfect place for a peaceful getaway. The island is all about the conservation of its natural beauty and the preservation of its natural resources. You will not find high rise buildings obstructing the breathtaking views of the ocean, but you will find an abundance of ideally situated vacation rentals that have all amenities you need for a memorable and relaxing more about Topsail Island North Carolina

South Carolina

Hilton Head Island
Thinking of a taking a vacation on the beaches of Hilton Head ? Here are some of the best beach spots on the east coast. Enjoy our crash course on our island's beaches - all designed to make your Hilton Head vacation better! more about Hilton Head Island Beaches

Hilton Head Island
Tips for Visitors
The 2.5 million travelers who arrive annually to Hilton Head Island find an infinite variety of activities and reasons for visiting. Whether they are searching for a world class golf vacation, relaxing on the miles of sandy beaches or enjoying the gentle sway of palm trees in unspoiled nature, a stay on Hilton Head Island is sure to please the most discerning of vacationers.

Hilton Head Island is home to the Heritage Classic golf championship and the Celebrity golf tournament. With an average yearly temperature of 70 degrees, visitors to the island are sure to enjoy year round golf on any of the 24 golf courses located on Hilton Head. There are also another 40 golf courses to be found in thesurrounding area, just a short distance from the more>>

The Charleston area is quite simply a vacationer’s dreamland. Beach activities all along the coast plus a city that is known for being friendly and rich with history, everywhere you turn you’ll see character, charm, and celebration. Whether you choose to stay in the heart of downtown or on a quiet stretch of coastline, consider reserving a vacation rental that will meet your needs and add a special something to the entire trip. If you’ve never taken this route before, you’re in for a more - Hilton Head Island Vacation and Real Estate Guide. A guide to Hilton Head's finest vacation rentals, real estate, dining, fishing, activities, Entertainment, and more!

Isle of Palms
Seemingly exotic for a barrier island, the name evokes utter contentment and rejuvenation, just what you need. Go all out by renting a vacation home in this privileged place, and see what more about Isle of Palms South Carolina

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Resort Rentals of Hilton Head Island

Hilton Head Rentals and Golf

Kiawah Island South Carolina
Considered one of the top islands of North America and located a few miles from Charleston, South Carolina, one of the nation’s highest rated cities, Kiawah has much to offer as a getaway spot for sports fans and their less interested companions alike. Plenty of activities will compete to fill your days here, so be ready to take it all in on this island by the more about Kiawah Island

Edisto Beach South Carolina
If you’ve decided that you’ll soon be heading to the shores of South Carolina for a bit of a rest, then you’ve made a wonderful decision. Nothing rids your body of stress like sounds and smells of the beach, and nothing turns your mind from a flurry of signals to a calm, composed contraption like filling it with visions of nature. There are several places to choose from in this region, but for a true escape, head off the beaten path to a place called Edisto Beach.

Edisto isn’t an attention hog; in fact you’ve probably never even heard of it. A little old-fashioned (but in a pleasant, quaint way) this town lies south of the Charleston area but is still well within reach of that historic hotbed of activity. Edisto doesn’t aim to tear you away from the traditional tourist attractions, but don’t be surprised if once you unpack your bags, you never end up venturing very far from your homey vacation rental and the quietly appealing stretch of beach that it’s lucky enough to exist more about Edisto Beach South Carolina

Hilton Head

Whenever you set your sights on an island vacation, even if it’s a small island off the coast of South Carolina, you’re surely in for a relaxing time. Knowing that you’re surrounded by water, and being privy to a number of exotic sights and sound gives you the sense of true escape, especially if you’re in a comfortable lodging situation that will have you resting more about Hilton Head Island

We moved to Virginia from the northeast in the mid-1990s and began exploring the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Shenandoah. There are higher mountains elsewhere (we both grew up near the Adirondacks), but the special character of Virginia's topography, from mountains to ocean, combined with the rich history dating back 400 years, the wineries, small towns and historic lodgings have made it more »

Chincoteague Island Virginia Chincoteague Island is a small, friendly, vacation resort along the coast of Virginia, USA. Vacations to the island can include recreational activities such as shopping, swimming, sunbathing, fishing, clamming, bird watching, nature cruises, biking, hiking, boating, kayaking, miniature golf, Chincoteague ponies, the pony swim, fireman's carnival, Chincoteague decoy and art show, Chincoteague Center's arts and crafts show and more.

The island is known for it's quaint shops and art galleries. Chincoteague area wildlife artists display art such as decoys and other bird carvings, paintings, photographs and sculptured wildlife pieces... read more about Chincoteague Island Virginia »