Toes in sand and Drink in Hand -here are some of the world’s best beach bars!
A great beach town must have a spectacular stretch of beach! Beyond that, it has to have character, local culture, pretty streets, charming shops and restaurants. These beach towns have it all!
Glamorous camping, also known as glamping, is the perfect way to escape to the beach in style. Living under the stars, Roasting Marshmallows, while enjoying the comfort of home!
I think these are the best unique beaches in the world! From the loudest beach to a magical glowing beach. Each of these spots is one of a kind.
Welcome to Margaritaville! Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville empire consists of four resorts, a soon to be opened vacation club on St. Thomas (USVI), many restaurants, as well as a product line that includes my favorite beach chair, the Adirondack. Here are some of the cool Margaritaville beach destinations!
Want to go for a really, really long Walk on the Beach? Here are the longest beaches in the US, offering miles and miles of uninterrupted sand.
I think it’s safe to say, Sanibel Island, FL, has the world’s best shelling beaches.
Waterside Inn on Sanibel Island, Florida, consists of several lodging options. I like mango, lime, pineapple, blueberry, raspberry, kiwi and apricot! These are the names and colors of the gulf front and gulf view beach cottages at Waterside Inn!
Discover a beautiful stretch of beach at Cape San Blas, Florida, with Kevin and Amanda.
While in previous years I stayed in highrise resort condos such as Canyon Ranch in Miami Beach where amenities abound, this summer I chose the opposite -a humble vacation rental apartment in Delray Beach, Florida, a cute beach town where highrise resorts are absent.
A tiny house cottage off the grid, a weekender R.V. built like a house! Nestled within lush coastal vegetation, only a short walk from the beach on remote and undeveloped St. George Island, on Florida’s Panhandle. You will fall in love, perhaps even join the tiny house movement, or Go Camp with your own RV!
Boca Grande on Gasparilla Island has preserved the history and beauty of Florida. No high rise buildings, no fast food restaurants, no chain stores, not even traffic lights. Most people get around the island on golf carts!