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Orange Beach


Located on the shores of the Gulf of Mexico, Orange Beach offers miles of sugar-white sand beaches and access to the interior bays and bayous lying just north of Perdido Pass. Visitors can also enjoy a lengthy list of other attractions including Adventure Island, deep-sea fishing, Orange Beach Golf Center, Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo, Waterville USA and The Wharf.

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What To See & Do


The Wharf

A 220-acre resort destination with upscale shopping, dining, a world-class marina, open-air amphitheater and more.


Sail the Daedalus

Explore the heart of the Gulf Coast by taking a ride on the Daedalus. Enjoy a spectacular sunset or dolphin cruise.


Orange Beach Indian and Sea Museum

This museum is dedicated to the preservation of Gulf Coast and Native American history.


Adventure Island

Have a day full of family fun with mini-golf courses, go-karts, bumper boats, arcades and more.


Orange Beach Art Center

Remember your coastal experience with a unique souvenir created by local artists.


Deep-Sea Fishing

Spend the day fishing for red snapper, amberjack, kings, mackerel, tuna, marlin, wahoo and more on this deep-sea adventure.


Orange Beach Sailing Adventures

Set sail on a 40-foot boat with your family and friends by way of a private sailing tour operator.


Gulf Beaches

Enjoy 32 miles of breathtaking, turquoise Gulf water and sugar-white sand. Championship golf, fishing, dining and more activities are available.


Zeke's Landing Marina

Home to the largest charter fleet on Alabama's Gulf Coast, this marina also features watersport rentals and some of the area's best restaurants.

Where To Stay


Perdido Beach Resort

Located on Orange Beach, this beautiful resort is also home to Voyagers and is the perfect getaway for business or pleasure.


Caribe Resort

Located on the sugar-white beaches of the Gulf, Caribe Resort has all of the amenities you need to enjoy your vacation.


Palm Beach Escapes

Beautifully furnished condominiums offer a view of the pristine Gulf from your balcony or patio.


The Island House Hotel

Providing all guests with private balconies and Gulf-front rooms, The Island House Hotel is full of first-class amenities.

Where To Eat


Tacky Jack’s

Tacky Jack’s opened in 1979 and is known for the Farmer’s Omelet and its famous spin on the Bushwhacker.


Ginny Lane Bar and Grill

The restaurant boasts brunch on Sundays, an extensive selection of high-gravity beer and live music at night.


Cosmo’s Restaurant and Bar

Enjoy coastal breezes and live entertainment while digging into sushi, fresh local seafood, succulent steaks and signature cocktails.



The restaurant’s signature pecan snapper leaves you wanting more. Voyagers always provides diners with an authentic regional experience.

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Area Towns

  • Bay Minette


    The county seat of Baldwin County, Bay Minette is conveniently located 35 miles from Mobile. This beautiful city boasts a population of about 8,500 and is surrounded by many historic sites and other attractions.

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  • Bayou La Batre


    Nestled along the peaceful shores of the Mississippi Sound on the Gulf of Mexico, the small, picturesque city of Bayou La Batre is a community steeped in Southern tradition and heritage with a unique French flair. Bayou La Batre is known as the Seafood Capital of Alabama, which means that not only is it an outstanding place to eat seafood, but also to fish. In fact…

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  • Bon Secour


    Located on the coastline of beautiful Bon Secour Bay in Baldwin County, this town has a rich history and some of the best fishing around. Originally a fishing village in the late 19th century, Bon Secour still provides a variety of seafood to customers near and far.

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  • Citronelle


    This city in Mobile County sits atop the Citronelle Dome, a salt dome that is still rising.

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  • Daphne


    Daphne was named by the first postmaster’s wife to recognize the abundance of laurel trees that were once abundant in the area.

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  • Dauphin Island


    Dauphin Island is a bird watcher’s paradise and is part of the Alabama Coastal Birding Trail.

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  • Elberta


    Located in Baldwin County, Elberta is home to the Baldwin County Heritage Museum.

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  • Fairhope


    Fairhope’s natural beauty, shopping, entertainment and cafès draw visitors from around the world.

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  • Foley


    Just minutes from the white-sand beaches, Foley has many influences, including Native Americans, Spanish, French and English.

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  • Fort Morgan


    This community on the tip of Mobile Point is home to an 1819 fort that served in the Civil War, Spanish-American War and both World War I and World War II. The fort played a major role during Battle of Mobile Bay and is a designated National Historic Landmark.

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  • Gulf Shores


    The Alabama Gulf Coast boasts history, culture and 32 miles of beautiful white-sand beaches.

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  • Loxley


    A town in Baldwin County, Loxley has a population of more than 1,000. It is conveniently located about 10 miles from Daphne and is about a 45-minute drive from Gulf Shores.

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  • Magnolia Springs


    Magnolia Springs is located at the headwaters of the beautiful Magnolia River, which is the only river route for mail delivery in the continental United States.

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  • Mobile


    Mobile retains many elements of its French, Spanish and British past along with its Southern hospitality.

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  • Mt. Vernon


    Situated in beautiful Mobile County about 20 miles north of Mobile, Mt. Vernon has a population of 1,500.

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  • Perdido


    Nestled on the northern shore of Perdido Bay, this town has a population of about 500. It is located conveniently about 20 miles from Orange Beach.

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  • Point Clear


    Located in Baldwin County, Point Clear has a population of 2,125.

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  • Robertsdale


    Founded in 1905, this city is called the hub of Baldwin County. It has a population of more than 3,500 and is conveniently located near Gulf Shores and Mobile.

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  • Saraland


    The third largest city in Mobile County, Saraland is a suburb of Mobile with a population of more than 13,000.

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  • Silverhill


    This town is home to the Wales West Light Railway, a replica of a Welsh mountain railway. It is located in Baldwin County and has a population of more than 600.

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  • Spanish Fort


    Spanish Fort was incorporated in July 1993, but its beginnings date back to 1781 after the American Revolution

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  • Stockton


    The nearest community to Bottle Creek Indian Mounds, Stockton is an unincorporated community in Baldwin County.

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  • Summerdale


    Located close to the beaches of Alabama, Summerdale has a population of more than 650.

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Getting there by plane
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Getting there by bus or train

The Mobile Regional Airport is a joint public and military-use airport serviced by four airlines offering 50 daily flights to and from Houston, Dallas/Fort Worth, Charlotte and Atlanta.

Mobile Regional Airport
8400 Airport Blvd.
Mobile , AL 36608

(251) 633-4510

Mobile is accessible via Interstate 10, the southern terminus for Interstate 65.

Greyhound offers daily bus service, including holidays, to and from Mobile. You will need to arrange transportation to your destination from the station. Hours of operation are subject to change. Call to verify information before making travel plans.

2545 Government Blvd.
Mobile , AL 36606

(251) 478-6089