Explore Orange Beach
Orange Beach HotelsOrange Beach is a small but perfectly formed place with a beautiful beach and all the trimmings to go with it. Whether you're coming just to relax on the sands and enjoy the family-friendly atmosphere or are looking to get active and indulge in some of the many activities on offer including dolphin spotting cruises, hiking, fishing, or golfing there's a world of possibilities. Throw in a vibrant nightlife and lots of dining options and you've got the perfect ingredients for an unforgettable trip. Things to seeOne of the major draws in the area is the stunning Perdido Key with its turquoise water and wide range of activities making it a massive hit with adventure lovers. You can choose to take to the waters in a kayak, or explore on foot, but either way at around 16 miles of unspoiled beaches this is a remarkable natural wonder linking Orange Beach to Pensacola Beach in Florida. As you'd expect over such a wide stretch, there are lots of varying landscapes to visit, from wetlands to parks, dotted with plenty of attractions and amenities along the way. Tourists will be able to visit the Alabama Gulf Zoo for some close beastly encounters or try their hand at charter fishing for an even more hands-on approach to getting to know the local wildlife. However you choose to take advantage of this incredible array of natural wonders, though, one thing's guaranteed – incredible memories. Hotels in
Orange BeachThis is a major draw for visitors thanks to its white sandy beaches, so you'll find that there's no shortage of accommodation. While you can find high-end luxury in certain corners, with spas and golfing built in to the hotel complex, most hotels in Orange Beach are more mid-range inns and suites, but they mostly offer a good range of amenities. Most will throw in complimentary WiFi, flat-screen televisions, and MP3 docking stations as standard, while many have on-site swimming pools, fitness facilities, and spas too. Many will be located within a short saunter of the beach, making for great views.Where to stayYou'll want to stay in Orange Beach itself, and you'll soon discover it's a place geared up to make the most of its most impressive natural resource – the beach. As well as taking advantage of the many amenities and activities focused around enjoying the water, not to mention the beach condos which dot the white sands, you can sample some of the area's other proud sporting achievements, with the Orange Beach Sportsplex home to a number of tournaments. There's also a Coastal Arts Center to promote the arts and culture in the region, and plenty of seafood-heavy eateries to choose from. How to get to Orange BeachOne of the most popular ways of arriving in Orange Country is via the nearby Jack Edwards National which is located in Gulf Shores. There are a host of flights into and out of the airport to New Orleans, Birmingham Alabama and one or two other cities within the US. You can also arrive via ferry, which docks near Fort Morgan, and is a great way of sampling some of the surrounding waters.