Coastal Vacations

If you want to rummage for seashells, be one with the waves, or build sand castles, our list of one-of-a-kind beaches will guide you to your new favorite coastal playground.

 

Prince Edward Island, An Adventure Worth Tasting

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On Canada’s Food Island your taste buds can take a culinary journey that tastes like coming home. Prince Edward Island is a world-renowned vacation destination. There are miles of champagne-hued beaches with red cliffs and green fields, rich culture and history, small town charm and big city entertainment. You can find everything you’re looking for, especially when it comes to...

Coastal Seafood Dishes to Casual California-style Dining – Pismo Beach

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Pismo Beach is located along the Central Coast of California, half way between San Francisco and Los Angeles. This classic California beach town is famous for its historic pier, miles of beautiful white sand beaches, and a rich wine region just minutes away. Many visitors who come to Pismo Beach are now calling it their Wine & Waves™ destination...

Soak Up The Sun and Gulf Breezes in Bay Area Houston this Fall

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Midway between Houston and Galveston, Bay Area Houston attracts visitors for fresh seafood, water recreation, stunning nature preserves and one-of-a-kind attractions. Located only 15 miles from Hobby Airport, this charming bayside region consists of four cities along the coast line of Clear Lake and Galveston Bay – Kemah, League City, Nassau Bay and Seabrook. Set sail into your “Baycation” on Clear...

Taste the Gulf-to-Table Difference at the Heart of Florida’s Emerald Coast.

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“We get all our fish from day boats and we serve it within a day of it being caught. That’s the key — making sure everything is as fresh as humanly possible.” – Chef Kevin Wynn, The Black Pearl.  According to an old proverb, “Fish, to taste right, must swim three times — in water, in butter, and in wine.” ...

6 Reasons to Visit Traverse City in May

You've made the trek in the heat of summer, and you've even wandered snow-covered trails in January. Why check out the charming bayside town in May?   1 It’s Michigan Wine Month Are you a “rosé all day” kind of traveler? You’d get down just fine in Traverse City. With about 40 different wineries within the Traverse Wine Coast, there’s a tasting...

Torrance, California A Hidden Treasure Revealed

Torrance California is a hidden gem of rich local experiences awaiting discovery; from the sun-kissed, uncrowded local beach to the best in the craft beer scene, Torrance shines bright as Southern California’s new "it" destination. Alive with an exhilarating energy and easy-going spirit, Torrance California is a colorful and refreshing stop along the road less traveled. Well-crafted and completely captivating,...

Northern Alabama Has Been Keeping a Secret

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 Marshall County, Alabama Northern Alabama has been keeping a delightful secret at the southern end of the of the Appalachian Mountain’s foothills. It has been said that time spent at the lake restores the soul.   Rest assure that with 69,000 acres of smooth water, Lake Guntersville has more than enough of what it takes. Located along the banks of the Tennessee...

Hammock Coast, South Carolina

By: Lauren Joseph   Seafood lovers know that the freshest seafood can only be found by making a trip straight to the source. Georgetown County, South Carolina is situated at the confluence of five major rivers and the Atlantic Ocean, the area’s rich natural resources provide a reliable abundance of the purest ingredients.   From upscale restaurants to the kind of seafood “dives”...

Chincoteague Island, Virginia

Experience traditional Eastern Shore farm-to-table cuisine in the “Beautiful Land Across the Water” World renowned for its ninety-year history of the wild pony roundup, swim, and auction, Chincoteague Island is also widely known for pristine beaches, miles of nature trails and waterways to explore, breathtaking sunrises and sunsets, and even rocket launches. Always a nature-lover’s playground, the island is fast becoming...

Prince Edward Island “Canada’s Food Island”

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Prince Edward Island Golden beaches, towering sand dunes, jagged red cliffs, vibrant fishing harbors, and rolling green farms make Prince Edward Island a photographer’s (and foodie’s) paradise. Rich in potatoes, blueberries, beef, and pork; abounding in lobster, mussels, and oysters; and brimming with passionately creative chefs, it’s only natural that PEI is home to the Culinary Institute of Canada. And that’s...
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