Top Five Beach Vacation in USA

Miami Beach , City in Florida

Three quarters of a century after the art deco movement, Miami remains one of the world's trendiest and flashiest hot spots. Luckily for visitors, South Beach is no longer the only place to stand and pose in Miami. North of downtown, the growing Wynwood and Design districts—along with nearby Midtown—are home to Miami's hipster and fashionista movements, and the South Beach "scene"
Miami Beach, connected by bridges to mainland Miami, is a resort city on a barrier island between Biscayne Bay and the Atlantic. Its southern end, South Beach, is famed as a destination for models and celebrities, with a wealth of art deco buildings. Wide beaches line the island’s oceanfront. Nightlife centers on Ocean Drive, running through the Art Deco Historic District.

Perdido Key, Florida

“Perdido” means “lost” or “hidden” in Spanish, and refers back to how this elusive bay was discovered by Spanish cartographer and scientist, Don Carlos Siquenza in 1693. As a result, many local residents refer to Perdido Key as Lost Key.
This barrier island is located in extreme northwest Florida and southeast Alabama with beautiful beaches, parks, and preserves making up 61% of the area. Visitors can enjoy trails and endangered wildlife, such as the Perdido Key Beach Mouse and sea turtles.
Diving enthusiasts can go on an adventure at the resting place of the U.S.S. Massachusetts that was sunk at Fort Pickens State Park Aquatics Preserve after 100 years of duty.

Virginia Beach, Virginia

The beaches are wonderful (and plentiful!) in Virginia. The waves that roll in from the Atlantic are much higher and conducive to surfing than the waves on most other East Coast beaches. Moreover, the boardwalks, restaurants, and nightlife in Virginia Beach are second to none, and summertime is the perfect time to play in Virginia Beach.
Naturally, there is a lot more to the area than just the beach. As case in point, the surrounding area, also known as Hampton Roads, contains two of the most historically preserved towns in the United States: Jamestown and Colonial Williamsburg.
Jamestown is the first permanent and still existing settlement in America, which makes it a legendary must-see-before-I-die location. Colonial Williamsburg has a multitude of exhibits and activities relating to America’s Revolutionary period. The area is also home to one of the top amusement parks, Busch Gardens.

New Braunfels, Texas

Originally a German settlement named ‘Neu-Braunfels,’ the city of New Braunfels is located in the heart of Texas, near San Antonio. In recent years, it has turned into an up-and-coming vacation spot with a myriad of recreational opportunities that include popular water sports.
Due to the mostly warm climate, visitors can tube, raft, or water-ski on the city’s two rivers, the Comal and the Guadalupe, almost year round. Fishing is also an option here. In addition, New Braunfels attracts a lot of water enthusiasts with the nation’s largest water park, Schlitterbahn. One great aspect of the attractions in New Braunfels are home or condo rentals within walking distance to the water park and the rivers so you don’t have to worry about parking hassles.

The town is also home to honky-tonk music, the most popular venue being Gruene Hall; Texas’ oldest dancehall, where Lyle Lovett and George Strait honed their chops before they became famous. It’s a great place to don Wranglers and line-dance to the break-a-dawn.

Although Hawaii takes the top spot, Florida may have the most to boast in this year’s survey, with a whopping four out of the top 10 beaches. The Carolinas each have one beach in the survey, plus one in Cape Cod.
The lone west coast beach is a newcomer to the survey, East Beach in Santa Barbara, Calif. If you’re wondering about that oil spill this May in Santa Barbara County, authorities say it was about 25 miles away and didn’t impact East Beach.

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