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Holiday Letting Price Information in Long Beach Island
This graph displays the average prices for the next twelve months in Long Beach Island. Prices reach their highest point in August, where prices are an average of £506 a night (18/08 - 25/08). Prices decrease in September to an average of £327 per night (29/09 - 06/10).
Holiday Home Availability Information in Long Beach Island
The graph shows the weekly availability rate in Long Beach Island for the next twelve months. More people travel to Long Beach Island a week in August (18/08 - 25/08). So far, 93% of the rentals are occupied this week. Conversely, it is in October (06/10 - 13/10) that the highest percentage of rentals are available.
The weather in Long Beach Island
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your holidays. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. Conversely, February is the coolest month in Long Beach Island, with temperatures going under -7°. January is the wettest month.
Live like the Great Gatsby in Long Beach Island holiday homes
When you've bitten off more of the Big Apple than you can chew, Long Beach Island is a safe haven just down the coast that has been the preserve of mariners and holidaymakers for decades. An important way-point for ships heading out into the Atlantic or maneuvering into New York, the immaculate sand beaches, bluffs, and salt air make it easy to understand its allure.
Go pirate like Captain Jack
If you've got your seafaring legs, why not set sail on your very own Black Pearl Pirate Tour? This family run vessel is a 60 foot long beauty, complete with water cannons, that you can use to ward off pesky rival pirate crews. The spacious deck is a great place to enjoy a sunset cruise.
Sail away into the sunset
One of the most elegant and enjoyable pastimes on Long Island is sailing. You can hire a craft to fit your purposes from any number of beach resorts on the coast, but Island Surf and Sail and Surf City Yacht Club are two of the best.
Setting sail in Long Beach
Barnegat Lighthouse State Park
Barnegat Lighthouse is an important marker on the New Jersey Costage Heritage Trail. It has long been a pivotal location for vessels changing course on voyages to and from New York. The lighthouse is over 150 years old and has a new Interpretative Centre and breath-taking views from atop its 217 steps.
Ship Bottom Beach
The beautiful beach of Ship Bottom is unsurprisingly an important boat launch for the island. At the waterfront park there is a gazebo and a playground, plus conveniently situated crabbing piers, tennis and baseball courts. The beach itself is a perfect span of fine, sugar-like sand licked by moderate waves and breezes, but protected enough to enable swimming.
Museum of NJ Maritime History
This fascinating museum has featured on the television series Prime Time and is devoted to the preservation of New Jersey's defining maritime history. Besides a database of shipwrecks in the vicinity of the museum, there are rare documents, log books, and nautical paraphernalia to immerse yourself in.
This picturesque resort town has an enduring traditional charm that translates across the years. Surrounding a turquoise marina you'll find an array of restaurants and farmers markets selling local products and hearty fare. Ice cream and coffee shops and a vintage sweetshop contribute to its charm and relaxing ambiance.
A supreme surf location, Holyoke is a favourites of intrepid surfers year round. This natural paradise is surprisingly under three hours train or drive from New York although it feels like another world. Heavenly beaches and large, old-style houses have made many a holiday-tripper fall for this atmospheric little gem just down the road from the Big Apple.
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