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Holiday Letting Price Information in Orange Beach
This graph displays the average prices for the next twelve months in Orange Beach. Orange Beach is most expensive in June (29/06 - 06/07), when prices are on average £360 a night. Opt for a getaway in November (09/11 - 16/11) for optimal savings when heading to Orange Beach.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Orange Beach
Our availability graph helps you identify the busiest months in Orange Beach. The most challenging week to find a letting in the next twelve months is in June (15/06 - 22/06). The week with the most available holiday lettings is in October (26/10 - 02/11), with 82 of the vacation rentals available.
The Weather in Orange Beach
Above is a climate diagram for Orange Beach. In August, maximum temperatures climb above 32°. In contrast, the coolest month is February. The rainiest month is August, while the driest month is October.
Choose Orange Beach accommodation for a fun family holiday
Orange Beach is the ideal destination for an active family holiday There's plenty to do, from deep-sea fishing and dolphin watching, to jet skiing or lounging in the sun. Orange Beach holiday accommodation with easy access to the sand and sea makes this Gulf of Mexico locale an even better choice. Complete with family parks and kiddie attractions, there are also historical sights and plenty of art and culture to keep you entertained while on holiday. Enjoy privacy and comfort in your own Orange Beach holiday accommodation, for some great quality downtime with the family.
Getting to your Orange Beach accommodation
It's easy to get to your Orange Beach holiday accommodation from the nearest major airport, Pensacola Airport, given the hub's many daily domestic flights. The airport is just 35 miles from the centre of Orange Beach. Visitors who rent a car at the airport will simply take the 292 highway, and for those going car-less, there are several different shuttle services for hire. Alternatively, the other closest major airport to Orange Beach is the Mobile Regional Airport, about a 68 mile drive from most Orange Beach holiday accommodation.
What to eat in Orange Beach
You’ll never lack for culinary option in Orange Beach! With its 32 miles of white sand beaches, expect a lot of seafood — crayfish, lobster, and crab, in particular. Locals love Tacky Jacks, with its laid-back, all-day waterfront dining. Other restaurants along the beach are more bar-and-grill style, or offer barbecue. Almost all feature incredibly fresh, high quality fish, ready to be washed down with a few cold beers. Other treats to try in Orange Beach are local oysters and for dessert, Key Lime pie.
Ideal weather for a beach holiday
This part of Alabama on the Gulf of Mexico is known for its warm, humid climate. Temperatures stay well above freezing even in the middle of winter. Most visitors head to their Orange Beach holiday lettings during July and August, when the average high daily temperatures can hit 90°F and the lows hardly go below 74°F. Be sure to stay hydrated and pack plenty of sunblock!
What to do on your Orange Beach holiday
With its white sand, sweeping bays, and nearby bayous, visitors will love the wealth of attractions in Orange Beach. Go on a deep-sea fishing day boat trip, try a new water sport like kayaking or canoeing, or visit the Orange Beach Golf Centre. Kids will love the Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo, as well as dolphin-spotting ocean outings! The Wharf, not far from most Orange Beach holiday lettings, offers indoor and outdoor recreation for both childrean and adults. Located at Foley Beach Expressway and Canal Road, don’t miss The Wharf’s Light and Sound Spectacular in the ampitheater, or just take the kids mini-golfing or for a spin on the Ferris wheel.
If you’re feeling adventurous, try charting a boat from Zeke’s Landing Marina. They offer offshore bottom fishing and tuna fishing. For relaxation, the local beaches include Florida Point, a long, wide beach perfect for picnicking, which also offers free parking. Cotton Bayou has on-site toilets and showers, while Romar Beach is on the quieter side. If you are looking for peace and undisturbed lounging, head to this last option from your Orange Beach holiday letting .
Art and culture in Orange Beach
Take some time off from the beach and see work by local artists at the Coastal Arts Centre on Canal Road. With a gallery, shop, and art courses for both adults and kids, those staying long-term at a nearby Orange Beach holiday letting should definitely explore the options. Kids can go to seasonal summer camp, and for adults who want to get back in touch with their creativity, the arts centre offers pottery lessons and hot glass demonstrations. Take home some souvenirs from the on-site store and support the local art community. Ask about the ongoing art festivals held annually.
Whether you've spent the day exploring local culture or lounging in the sun and sand, enjoy returning home to the comfort of your Orange Beach holiday home. Ideal for families or groups, a home of your own allows you to take in the views and ocean breezes with total convenience and privacy.
Experience glorious Orange Beach, Alabama
Orange Beach Waterfront Park
There are a range of activities to enjoy here including fishing and walking or just enjoying a barbecue. There’s also a dedicated children’s play area.
Wharf Ferris Wheel
Enjoy a ride 34 metres in the air, offering views over the sea and the surrounding wharf. It’s great at sunset and popular with couples or kids.
The activities are vast at Adventure Island and will entertain visitors of all ages. Examples include go-karting and the ‘Frog Hopper’ drop ride, as well as laser tag and an arcade.
Carmike Cinemas, The Wharf Mini Golf, the Spectra light show and more can be visited before heading to one of the numerous bars or restaurants.
Hugh S. Branyon Backcountry Trail
Perfect for nature lovers, you can walk along Gulf Oak Ridge, Rosemary Dunes and the riverside. There’s also a butterfly garden and picnic pavilion for stopping off on the way.
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