Daytona Beach is an hour drive from Orlando, Florida; travelers are known to add the beach town to their Walt Disney World vacations, either as a full day trip or overnight. Doubles at beachfront resorts are as low as $80 per night. Hard Rock Hotel Daytona Beach recently opened, and the introductory rates are still a steal for summer with doubles at $149 per night, which includes complimentary use of guitars and on-demand yoga via entertainment system.

Each pristine rental condo at Bali Bay Resort will delight Myrtle Beach travelers with designer furnishings and decor. Luxury touches like brushed metal lighting fixtures, granite counters and custom tile floors will allow you and your guests to indulge in the finest Myrtle Beach accommodations available. Contemporary conveniences like wall-mounted HD televisions with cable and high-speed wireless internet ensure the modern traveler's needs will be satisfied. All condos also feature private oceanfront or oceanview balconies with spectacular views of the Myrtle Beach coast and Atlantic Ocean. Deluxe kitchens with stainless appliances and full cookware and flatware setups are available in all Bali Bay Resort condos, providing further convenience for you and your guests. For larger groups, the premier Myrtle Beach penthouse experience is available in Bali Bay Resort's stellar seven bedroom condos. These palatial units offer two-level floor plans with up to 5,000 square feet of living space and giant private balconies with breathtaking ocean views.


Not all beach trips have to be about bikinis and sunbathing, and Oregon’s stunning beaches prove that beach vacations can go beyond the stereotypes. You’ll only need to drive about an hour and a half from Portland to reach this area, but you’ll feel like you’re a world away. Haystack Rock is the iconic natural landmark here that you’ll see protruding from the ocean a couple hundred feet from the surface. The route to get here highlights stunning views of the coastline, so pull over a couple times to snap photos of the scenery along the way. Ecola State Park nearby is great for hiking, biking, and flying a kite.
Brimming with art galleries, shingled storefronts and charming mom-and-pop restaurants, Cannon Beach has become one of Oregon’s must-see beach towns. And thanks to the area’s abundance of natural scenery, you won’t have to shell out your savings to keep busy. Hit the more than five miles of sand between Ecola Creek and Arch Cape for unbeatable views of Haystack Rock, one of the state’s most recognizable landmarks, or bike the 16-mile trail to Manzanita, stopping to take in dramatic coastal views in Oswald West State Park. After, grab a broiled shrimp sandwich and a slice of apple walnut cake from Lazy Susan Café, then check out the town’s buzzy art scene at White Bird Gallery, the oldest fine arts gallery in the area. After a long day of exploring, rest your head at The Ocean Lodge, an affordable family-friendly resort with 45 water-facing rooms, a free continental breakfast, and a cozy library stocked with books and movies.
A young Dutch couple, Martin Franken and Nicole Roomer, run this 10-room inn just south of this Dutch Antillean island’s main town, Kralendijk. It’s not much to look at from the road, but there’s an inviting pool in the courtyard, lounging space under the thatched-roof bar, and bright rooms accented in yellows, reds, and greens. In the evening, order the fish Creole or garlic shrimp, cooked on the spot by local ladies in a hut beside the pool.
There may be no better place in the Caribbean to live out your castaway fantasies than Los Roques, an archipelago of 42 sandy islands and about 300 mangrove islets and rocks located 80 miles off the coast of Caracas, Venezuela. Protected as a national park since 1972, the vast majority of Los Roques islands are uninhabited. Those that are inhabited have little development—there’s no facility for large cruise ships, and local posadas, or inns, often have just a handful of rooms.
If your idea of a beach retreat prioritizes café culture and fab design over fish shacks and jungle, look to the fortified harbor city of Valletta—and this historic town house. Maison La Vallette combines baroque flourishes like brocade upholstery and gilded chandeliers with Alessi furnishings and original wood beams. Guests have the run of the place, which includes a living room and a kitchen. It’s a few blocks from the rocky seashore, where ferries depart for neighboring islands.
Families should look for family-friendly resorts which offer facilities such as kids’ clubs, protected beaches with calm water, pools, kid-friendly restaurants and connecting rooms. During the summer holiday season (May, June, July and August), many resorts offer extra activities for family travelers which are typically not available during other times of the year. If you plan your family getaway on the fringe of the busy and off-season, you can find great packages and deals.
Girls who grew up loving horses will be in heaven in Del Mar, California, a San Diego suburb that’s home to the exquisitely beautiful Del Mar Race Track, the Del Mar Horse Park (a mecca for riding events), and the Fairmont Grand Del Mar resort, which has its own equestrian center and stable of horses reserved for guests. Racing and riding stays can be built around golf outings, spa treatments, surf lessons, dining at the hotel’s Relais & Chateaux Addison restaurant, and late-night dancing at Club M. The Del Mar racing season only runs a few precious weeks each year, but visit anytime to enjoy miles of riding and hiking in the Los Penasquitos Canyon Preserve, located just outside the windows of your luxury Fairmont suite. Book it here: Fairmont Grand Del Mar.
Iron Springs Resort can put you in touch with the natural wonders of the Pacific Northwest whether your heart is drawn toward the deep woods or the sea. Clifftop cabins look out onto the wide sands of Copalis Beach, Washington, where you can fish, dig for razor clams (shown here), or walk for miles. Hop in a canoe or kayak for a paddle up the Copalis River to see a haunting “ghost forest” created by earthquakes, hike the 100-acre oceanfront resort’s groomed trails, or get a little wild and venture into the peaceful, ancient Hoh Rain Forest within nearby Olympic National Park.
Even as more vacationers have discovered the appeal of the Gulf Coast, the beach communities here have retained their sincere hospitality and Southern charm. --> The Alabama Gulf Coast is a beach lover’s dream with 32 miles of sandy beaches spanning from Orange Beach to Fort Morgan. Visitors can find fantastic restaurants, eclectic shopping experiences and plentiful watersports providers sure to create a family fun vacation like never before.  Boating fans will feel at peace walking around the well-appointed marinas, while golfers can find sanctuary in the world-class courses adorning the coast. 
Located just several miles up the coast from Ormond, Flagler Beach boasts excellent fishing and equally beautiful views of the Atlantic. It’s the perfect place to send a kite soaring or take an early-morning bike ride at low tide. Trek through beautiful natural terrain at Gamble Rogers Memorial State Recreation Area, where you might spot some wildlife as you kayak through the mangroves.
For summer R&R that includes gallery hopping, wine sipping and spa going, this upscale beach community located about 90 minutes north of San Diego is ideal. Several large resorts — Montage Laguna Beach, The Ritz-Carlton Laguna Niguel and Surf & Sand Resort among them — are set along the area's picturesque cliffs and are perfect for a romantic couple's escape or a girlfriends' getaway. The town is a longtime art colony (with more than 100 galleries), so it's easy to find a one-of-a-kind souvenir, while the region's focus on healthy California cuisine means you'll eat well, too.
You will find beach deals in the US, including popular destinations like Florida, California, Virginia, Miami Beach, Kaanapali beach in Maui, Georgia and Huntington Beach. Other great beach vacation ideas include Key West, South Carolina, Michigan, San Diego, Oregon, Texas, East Coast spots and West Coast getaways. International destinations include Caribbean packages, Thailand, Mexico, Bali, Bermuda, Bahamas, Dominican Republic, cheap deals in Puerto Rico and more. Look for seasonal specials in the early fall and late spring.
These barrier islands offer miles of pristine beaches along a coastline accented by amazing architecture. The natural splendor of Seabrook Island with its rich equestrian history, Isle of Palms’ upscale yet charming developments, and Kiawah Island’s alluring attractions make this area wonderful for a relaxing getaway to a semi-tropical setting. Sullivan's Island is the closest beach island to Charleston, and Folly Beach boasts some of the best East Coast surfing. Isle of Palms Sandy beaches, serene scenes and close proximity to city attractions make Isle of Palms an ideal vacation spot. A local marina provides a place to plan a fishing trip or rent a kayak. Kiawah Island Boasting unspoiled beaches, superior biking trails and natural beauty, this gated community is perfect for a beach vacation built around recreation. Seabrook Island Seabrook Island offers visitors an uncrowded and tranquil escape. A local equestrian center and nearby marina provide unique recreational experiences, while two golf courses and a tennis club ensure that visitors will have plenty of fun between relaxing on the beaches and enjoying the Atlantic breezes. Sullivan's Island Featuring historic forts, a one-of-a-kind lighthouse and breathtaking beach views, Sullivan’s Island is a picturesque paradise. Folly Beach Riding the waves on the East Coast doesn't get any better than surfing at the Washout in Folly Beach. While Folly Beach is known for its nostalgic air and beachy, laid-back vibe, it's only a 15-minute drive from the rich culture and Southern charm of historic downtown Charleston. Wild Dunes A gated community on the northern tip of the Isle of Palms, Wild Dunes offers gorgeous beaches, natural beauty and abundant resort amenities—all in a peaceful setting away from the crowds. -->
Located along Florida’s Atlantic Coast just north of Daytona Beach, Ormond Beach gained its claim to fame as the “Birthplace of Speed,” where Henry Ford first tested his automotive innovations. Today, Ormond Beach hosts annual events with reenactments of its early racing days along sandy speedways. Still, Ormond manages to maintain its small-town tranquility and doesn’t allow vehicles on the northern end of the beach. Vacationers can spend the day swimming and sunbathing or go canoeing and fishing. Ormond Beach accommodates a variety of budgets, with options like upscale vacation rentals and reasonably priced motels.

Myrtle Beach has made a name for itself as a thrilling waterfront destination with endless options for entertainment. Book a vacation rental to save money on the front end, and spend that extra cash on memorable experiences like a ride on the Myrtle Beach SkyWheel, a baseball game at TicketReturn.com field, or a game of mini golf at one of 40 different courses. Pre-book your tickets to Ripley’s Aquarium or 5D Moving Theater to save yourself some hassle.
The longest white sand beach in Hawaii can be found on “The Friendly Island” of Molokai. Most everything in Molokai revolves around the water. From snorkeling to scuba diving to surfing, watersports are the favorite activity of locals and tourists alike. Equipment rentals, instructors, and guides can be found near Kaunakakai Harbor. Landlubbers have many land-based activities to choose from as well, including hikes in the Kamakou Preserve or biking along the Waikolu Outlook. Guided mule rides in the uplands is another unique family-friendly experience. Hand-crafted souvenirs to remember your trip to off-the-beaten-path Molokai are available at small stores throughout the island.

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Explore the rich history and architectural treasures of proud Charleston when you vacation on one of her nearby resort islands on Kiawah Island, Seabrook Island or Isle of Palms. Stroll a three-mile boardwalk, complete with bandstand and carousel, and take advantage of tax-free shopping at the "Quiet Resorts" of Bethany Beach, Delaware. Play 18 holes on world-famous Harbour Town Golf Links in Sea Pines on Hilton Head Island, or improve your tennis game with a lesson from the professionally certified instructors at Destin's TOPS'L® Beach & Racquet Resort.
Myrtle Beach has made a name for itself as a thrilling waterfront destination with endless options for entertainment. Book a vacation rental to save money on the front end, and spend that extra cash on memorable experiences like a ride on the Myrtle Beach SkyWheel, a baseball game at TicketReturn.com field, or a game of mini golf at one of 40 different courses. Pre-book your tickets to Ripley’s Aquarium or 5D Moving Theater to save yourself some hassle.
For summer R&R that includes gallery hopping, wine sipping and spa going, this upscale beach community located about 90 minutes north of San Diego is ideal. Several large resorts — Montage Laguna Beach, The Ritz-Carlton Laguna Niguel and Surf & Sand Resort among them — are set along the area's picturesque cliffs and are perfect for a romantic couple's escape or a girlfriends' getaway. The town is a longtime art colony (with more than 100 galleries), so it's easy to find a one-of-a-kind souvenir, while the region's focus on healthy California cuisine means you'll eat well, too.
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