The Gulf Coast
The charming and historically rich Gulf Coast region of Alabama is best known for its beaches but has so much more to offer. Mobile is home to a number of museums as well as the WWII-era USS Alabama battleship. Dauphin island has a plethora of wildlife and is known for its salt marshes and unique vegetation. Fairhope, a quaint historic town, has had an influx of new residents over the recent years that are attracted to its one of a kind shopping, historic atmosphere and small town vibes.
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What To See & Do
USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park
Home of WWII battleship USS ALABAMA and submarine USS DRUM, both National Historic Landmarks.
With 21 rides, 2 quick serve dining options, & various midway games, OWA's amusement park has something for everyone!
BeachnRiver Kayak Rentals
A float from BeachnRiver Kayak Rentals begins at the end of the Bon Secour River, a river rich with history, intrigue and plenty of photo and recreational opportunities.
Fairhope French Quarter
Home to the South’s largest crape myrtle, this area of Fairhope invites you to relax, enjoy live music and browse the unique shops.
Where To Stay
Grand Hotel Marriott Resort, Golf Club & Spa
This AAA Four Diamond rated resort was once a Confederate hospital.
Admiral Semmes Hotel
Enjoy French Quarter charm at the Admiral Semmes Hotel, which has played host to stars like Bob Hope and Elvis Presley.
The Log Cabin Inn
The Inn has FREE continental breakfast served 7 days a week, WiFi in all rooms and parking.
Comfort Suites Foley - North Gulf Shores
The Comfort Suites Foley - North Gulf Shores hotel is located just minutes from the Gulf of Mexico, in close proximity to many points of interest, including the Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo.
Where To Eat & Drink
Founded in 1938 by Oliver Wintzell, the landmark location on Mobile's Dauphin Street still serves up oysters fried, stewed and nude.
Felix's Fish Camp
Seafood is the main attraction at Felix's Fish Camp, but the panoramic view of Mobile Bay tends to steal the show.
This bakery is a great place to catch breakfast. Everything is handmade and baked fresh daily, from freshly ground coffee to pastries.Learn more
The restaurant’s signature pecan snapper leaves you wanting more. Voyagers always provides diners with an authentic regional experience.
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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Getting there by plane
Getting there by car
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
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