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Beachfront beauty with private balcony, beach access, & shared pool/hot tub

 

$205 per night
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Casual beachfront getaway with a shared pool, ocean views, & beach access

 

$209 per night
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Unique Gulf-front condo w/ beach access, great view & shared pools/hot tub!

 

$240 per night

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Orange Beach beach condos

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Luxurious, beachfront condo w/ shared Gulf-side pool, sun deck, & hot tub
$278 per night
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Stunning 3BR Phoenix VIII Unit 8704 with Beautiful Gulf Front Views!
$206 per night
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**Phoenix I 1084 - Premium High Demand 1BR Condo**
$131 per night
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Phoenix V Direct Beach Front Unlike Any Other!
$265 per night
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Spacious Family-Friendly Condo at Sugar Beach in the Heart of Orange Beach
$156 per night
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Island Sunrise 460 beachfront/walk to downtown
$131 per night
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Serenity by the Seashore-
$109 per night
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Bright and Convenient Condo Overlooking the Gulf + Shared Pool, Free WiFi
$189 per night
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Gulf View Condo with Free WiFi, Balcony, Pool, & Fitness Room - Walk to Beach
$156 per night
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Royal Gulf Beach & Racquet 5302 - Beautiful 1BR Unit
$63 per night
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Incredible Gulf of Mexico Views!!!!! Perfect honey
$94 per night
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Phoenix West II Unit 1109
$142 per night

Orange Beach beach homes

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Wonderful, Dog-Friendly Escape w/Private Pool, Firepit, Enclosed Yard, Fast WiFi
$266 per night
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Sandbox Cottage across the street from beach in downtown Gulf Shores
$163 per night
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Seabiscuit at Fort Morgan
$300 per night
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Coastal family-friendly getaway w/ a shared outdoor pool & fishing pier
$290 per night
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New! OB Cottage at Tannin Private Beach Access!
$369 per night
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Fantastic Gulf-Front Cottage W/ Beach Access, Free WiFi, Stunning Views & More
$239 per night
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Private beach front Home on Perdido Bay!! NEW TO T
$216 per night
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Newly-Built, Waterfront Beach Home with Balconies, Fast WiFi, & Lagoon Views
$290 per night
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GENTLE WINDS (Sleeps 6) 3 blocks from HANGOUT
$232 per night
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Waterfront beauty w/private dock, deck, patio, central AC & heat (2 systems)
$319 per night
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TRUE BLUE:Stunning cottage-Quick WALK to beach! POOL!
$375 per night
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Stunning 3BR Pelican House with Beautiful Gulf Front Views!
$268 per night

Your guide to Orange Beach

All About Orange Beach

A small city on Alabama’s Gulf Coast, Ocean Beach combines the sights and beauty of a beach town with historic landmarks. Look to the horizon where dolphins play in the waves, go snorkeling amongst the hulls of sunken ships in the country’s largest man-made reefs, and while away days cycling through pretty wooded trails. For a touch of resort life, head to any of the scenic golf courses that dot the area, or charter a yacht and set sail on the water. Nearby, Fort Morgan beckons with a history lesson, or for adrenaline-seekers, cast your attention towards the area’s zip lines and waterparks. Orange Beach knows how to throw an event, too. You’ll find festivals celebrating yachts, shimp, beer, oysters, and music, among other themes — it feels like there’s always something going on in Orange Beach.


How do I get around Orange Beach?

The closest airport to Orange Beach is Mobile Regional Airport (MOB), which operates flights to and from nearby hubs of Houston, Dallas/Fort Worth, Charlotte, and Atlanta. From the airport, you can rent a car upon arrival and drive an hour into Orange Beach. Mobile also has an interstate bus station, though you would still need a car to get from there to your Orange Beach condo rental. There are private shuttle services and taxis around town and the surrounding areas of interest.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Orange Beach?

Sunny weather and tons of local events make summer an optimal time to visit. The caveat is that it gets crowded this time of year, especially along the more popular beaches. And though hot, summers on the Gulf can be humid and rainy. March, April, and May see weather warm enough for the beach, and fewer people — with the exception being during Spring Break. In autumn, the weather should stay mild enough to spend time outside hiking, cycling, or golfing, though it may be a little cold for swimming. Seafood fans should aim for a trip in time for the National Shrimp Festival in October, or the Oyster Cook-Off and Craft Beer Weekend in November. Over the winter, the town gets quieter, though remains a perennial destination for snowbirds looking to escape chillier climates.


What are the top things to do in Orange Beach?

Golf on the Gulf

With 16 golf courses to choose from in and around Orange Beach, golfing on the gulf has never been so within reach. Tee off on scenic courses swathed in perfect greens and blues. From mini putt to driving ranges to the whole 18-hole fanfare, there’s a course here no matter your experience level.

Fort Morgan

Standing proud against the skyline since 1819, Fort Morgan is a landmark stone fort that played a pivotal role in the Battle of Mobile Bay, and later served as a defense fortress in the World Wars. Learn about the history of these battles and the role of coastal fortifications as you tour around. The area around Fort Morgan is also a scenic lookout spot, with its own beach, boat launch, and walking trails.

Snorkeling and shore diving

Head to Perdido Pass Bridge in Orange Beach for some of the best snorkeling in the region. Alongside crabs scuttling around the rocks and tropical fish aplenty, you can dive to the wreckage site of a Spanish Rum Runner ship that sank in 1920.