Rehoboth Beach For A Vacation Of Fun In The Sun

With summer just around the corner, how are you doing with
your vacation plans? Have you ever considered visiting the
Delaware Beaches? Beside being known as the "First State",
the Rehoboth Beach area in Delaware has also been referred
to as "The Nation's Summer Capital".

This pouplar and fun beach resort is located on the Atlantic
Coast. Because it's only only two hours from Washington,
D.C., Baltimore, MD, Philadelphia, PA, and the South Jersey
area, you will enjoy a vacation destination that offers a
calmness and welcoming feeling, in a relaxing, slower paced
family atmosphere.

Accommodations run the gamut and include anything from
quaint bed and breakfasts to fine hotels and everything in
between. Apartments, condominiums, cottages, and private
homes are just a few of the options to choose from. The
local realtors offer services to assist you in finding the
ideal lodging for your stay.

There is an abundance of food choices. Whether you decide to
eat at your hotel or go exploring, each eatery has their own
specialty. Menus range from the local catch of the day to
vegetarian. The area is also well known for it's shopping
opportunities. There are many local artisans, as well as
factory outlets where you can really stretch your vacation

Another thing that Rehoboth Beach is famous for is its
mile-long boardwalk. Many people come down just to walk the
boards and watch the ocean waves. You can also bike ride or
jog or just hang out and people-watch. If you are lucky
enough you can catch a glimpse of dolphins, porpoises, and
other wildlife, such as pelicans. Other activities which are
great for the kids as well as adults include arcades,
musical entertainment, miniature golf and the many festivals
that schedule Rehoboth Beach for their venues.

For those of you who are into more natural surroundings,
there is Cape Henlopen State Park close by in Lewes,
Delaware The open shoreline of Cape Henlopen State Park is
perfectly suited for swimming, crabbing, fishing, walking or
just soaking up the sun. The highest sand dune between Cape
Hatteras and Cape Cod is located on this beach. This "great
dune" towers more than 80 feet above the shoreline.

There is a restored World War II Observation Tower, if you
are inclined, where the public is able to see the area from
a bird's eye view. The story behind the tower is
fascinating. Bird lovers will want to keep an eye out for
ospreys and hawks. The protected piping plover and bald
eagles have also been spotted occasionally.

Finding another location that matches this resort area's
variety and charm would be a challenging task, because it
really has everything you would want or need to have a fun
and relaxing vacation. Do yourself a favor and visit "The
Nation's Summer Capital". You'll be glad you did! The author, Elizabeth Ann Wares is the webmaster of Airfare X - Resource For Discount Airfare .

Elizabeth Ann Wares