Posted by itrip On April - 20 - 2015 ADD COMMENTS

broadway at the beach fireworks

Just blocks from the ocean in downtown Myrtle Beach is the area’s ideal spot for shopping, eating, and entertainment. Broadway at the Beach is in the heart of the city and has many specialty shops, more than 20 restaurants, and the area’s most lively nightlife. One of the summer’s most exhilarating evening activities are the Broadway at the Beach fireworks that will begin on Tuesday, June 2, and will happen every Tuesday and Friday through August 25th. These thunderous events are the perfect excuse to come spend an evening at Myrtle Beach’s downtown lake where there is a great meal on the water waiting for you, and fun for the whole family.

Broadway at the Beach Shopping

The plethora of shops on Broadway are organized thematically making them perfect for the strategical buyers out there. Divided into accessories and sporting goods, beach fashions, souvenirs and then fun shops like Broadway Magic, Build-A-Bear Workshop, and Klig’s Kites. Don’t forget about the shoe section, which includes Crocs, Comfortably Soles, Birkenstock, Rack Room and Shoe Boutique for the fancier tastes. Your vacation wouldn’t be complete without some shopping!

Eat Your Heart Out

Whatever cuisine you are pining for, you’ll have no problem finding it before you head out to the Broadway at the Beach fireworks show. Being by the beach there are many fresh seafood shops, including sushi, and classic Italian food. There are also a number of the fun restaurants you look for in vacation destinations like Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville, Hard Rock Cafe, Senor Frog’s, Liberty Steakhouse & Grill, Johnny Rockets, and Joe’s Crab Shack. For a treat after dinner head to Starbucks or Ben and Jerry’s!

broadway at the beach fireworks

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Fun Things to do at Broadway at the Beach

If you’re heading downtown for the Broadway at the Beach fireworks consider leaving early and visiting some of the great attractions. WonderWorks museum is a center of exploration that will keep the little ones busy for hours. Mini golf is never a bad way to spend an evening, and you’ll love Dragon’s Lair Fantasy Golf to play a few rounds while you meander through this magical kingdom. Ripley’s Aquarium is another wonder to enjoy with sharks, sting rays, and behind the scenes tours. Don’t miss their live events including their Mermaid Show and the Rainbow Rock Dive.

Broadway at the Beach Fireworks

Probably one of the most exciting things to bring you to Broadway at the Beach, the fireworks show is always epic as they light up Lake Broadway and the whole downtown area. There’s no bad spot from which to watch these, and you can see them from all over town. Beginning at 10 PM on Tuesdays and Saturdays, these are a great late night treat for the little ones, the perfect date night activity, and the best way to start the party in Myrtle Beach. If you’re planning your trip and need somewhere great to stay, look into these vacation rentals just waiting to make your trip perfect.




Posted by itrip On April - 17 - 2015 ADD COMMENTS

breckenridge mountain biking

While many people flock to Summit County, Colorado in the winter to enjoy fresh powder and epic mountain views, once that snow melts, the wildflowers sprout, and the waterfalls come back to life, the summer months are just as full of wonder and adventure. Breckenridge mountain biking is one of the most popular warm weather activities in the area, with people coming to explore Colorado’s Rocky Mountains when they are unencumbered by snow and ice. If you have yet to see the Rockies in the summer, it’s a whole new awe-inspiring world. With sunshine every day and not-too-hot temperatures, Colorado summers are the perfect spot for a vacation.

There are endless trails in the area for Breckenridge mountain biking, no matter your skill level or group size. Here is a rundown of some of the most popular spots.

Beginner Rides

  • The Family Trail – If you’re a beginner or are taking a few of them out for their first time, this is probably the best place to start. Accessible by the Breckenridge Mountain’s Rip’s Ride chairlift, saving a newcomer’s legs some of the hard work, as well as the option of a leisurely ride where they can turn back at any time.

Intermediate Rides

  • Swinger - This is a 3.4 mile trail, making it the longest top-to-bottom trail on Peak 8 of Breckenridge Mountain. The trail is made up of both single track riding, as well as open mountain roads.
  • Lehman Trail – This rolling cross-country trail leads to the Mountain Village at the base of Peak 9 – a great place to stop for a beer or lunch! Clocking in at 3.2 miles, it is also frequented by horseback riders, and you should stop if you encounter them.
  • Sawmill Creek – Meandering 1.7 miles along the valley between Peak 8 and 9, this is a nice easy way to end a longer ride.
  • Prospector Trail – This is a short, 1-mile and extremely steep singletrack that leads straight to the Village.

Expert Trails

  • Game Trail –  This challenging 2.4 mile trail has seven different bridges throughout its singletrack course. Get ready for breathtaking views and some intense downhill terrain.
  • Wagon Trail – This is a 9-mile trail for anyone looking for a real challenge. It’s a long steep ride with lots of rocky terrain for technical riders.

Breckenridge 100 Mountain Bike Challenge

This annual endurance bike race is a classic mountain century, with over 13,000 feet of climbs in its 100 miles. This is only for people who are serious riders and attracts many out-of-towners each year. The challenging terrain and beautiful views will make for one of the most wonderful days of your life.

 

If you’re planning a Rocky Mountain summer trip then make sure that Breckenridge mountain biking is on your list of activities. Summit County is a beautiful region in the state to explore and has ideal vacation rentals throughout its quaint mountain towns and even on the mountainside. Whether you want a small condo for two or a large house with a private hot tub, you’ll find it all right in Summit County, where you can expect bluebird skies and warm weather.




Posted by itrip On April - 16 - 2015 ADD COMMENTS

2015 hangout music festival

Every spring in Gulf Shores, Alabama, when the weather is perfect and the crowds manageable, one of the most memorable events of the year happens. People come out in their swimsuits and flip flops to hang out for a few days on the beach and enjoy the spectacle that is, this year, the 2015 Hangout Music Festival. Featuring some of the most beloved artists from around the world, this festival is a place of sunshine, over 70 bands, and loads of all-day fun from May 15th to the 17th. With your weekend wristband, feel free to come and go as you please from this 18-plus event of the season.

Tickets

There are three different kinds of tickets on sale for the 2015 Hangout Music Festival. If you’re looking for a general admission pass that gets you access all weekend long and includes many free activities but not food or drink, then the General ticket is for you. If this is a time to splurge, which, if you have the money, it most certainly is, then consider laying down for the VIP ticket. With this pass, you’ll get special viewing areas that include shade, swimming pools, and complimentary snacks, beer, wine and spirits, private air-conditioned restrooms, and admission to the Thursday night kickoff party. If you want to make this a weekend you will surely never forget, then the

If you want to make this a weekend you will surely never forget, then the Super VIP ticket is for you. This comes with all the perks of the VIP ticket, but also includes prepared meals by celebrity chefs served in an air-conditioned dining room, an elevated viewing area with hot tubs, a concierge service, and golf cart transportation. All festival-goers should also consider buying a shuttle ticket to make getting to and from the event easier than trying to drive on your own, avoiding the limited parking debacle.

Music

With over 70 bands coming out to celebrate the 2015 Hangout Music Festival, you’re sure to find many that you know and love in the lineup. The headliners for the weekend are the Foo Fighters, Sam Smith, the Zac Brown Band and Beck. Other names you may notice are My Morning Jacket, Lupe Fiasco, Cold War Kids, Future Islands, Toro y Moi, The Lone Bellow and The Suffers. Whether you’ve heard of these bands or not, festivals are always a great chance to not only explore new music and learn from the many enthusiasts in attendance, but also to get out of your comfort zone and hear more than your favorite genres.

 

The 2015 Hangout Music Festival isn’t just a place to whet your musical appetite, but is also one of the most surreal beach destination on the Gulf of Mexico. Enjoy life on the water in this unique coastal Alabama town where sweet southern culture meets relaxing beach life. Gulf Shores, Alabama is a charming little town with great shopping and even better food, and has all the attractions visitors are looking for, including many luxurious vacation rentals that are conveniently located by the festival venue. Don’t miss this opportunity to head to the beach for a few days this spring.




Posted by itrip On April - 15 - 2015 ADD COMMENTS

panama city beach winery

While visiting the Gulf coast destination of Panama City Beach, there few things better than fresh seafood to taste the landscape, except perhaps for the award-winning local wines. Florida isn’t exactly wine country, but the Panama City Beach Winery has made a name for itself in producing some of the world’s best fruit wines using only Florida-grown produce. Having won many medals in their fifteen years of existence, you can expect that their sweet, fruity wines and CoolFfreeze mixers to be some of the best you’ve had. Not only are these the perfect beach beverage, but they are also about as local as any food you’ll get in the bay region.

Panama City Beach Winery Wines

These wines are 100 percent Florida, being both made here and from local produce, which makes them some of the world’s most unique wines. Their fruit flavors will intrigue you while satisfying your desire for a chilled, sweet beverage in the Florida sunshine that makes the very fruit you’re imbibing grow.

Their banana wine will take you to the African bush to explore the tradition of the banana beers they have been making and drinking for years, and is great with fish and pork. For a more dry wine, taste their blackberry, which makes a great table wine with its semblance of Cabernet Sauvignon or Merlot. Their blueberry sparkling is now the best blueberry wine in the whole state. The bubbles add to its flavor notes and go great with any of the cool freeze mixes. 40 Karat is one of their more unique flavors featuring Florida carrots. Similar to a Chardonnay, there’s nothing better on a hot afternoon or alongside a spicy meal.

Cool Freezes

These Cool Freeze mixes go great paired with any of the wine from Panama City Beach Winery. They offer a unique wine drinking experience perfect for a day at the beach, or some time cooling down after a round of golf. They are only for sale at the winery or through their website, so if you fall in love while there you can order more from home. The Cool Freezes are made to pair with specific wines, but feel free to mix and match their flavors, which are Black Gold, Blueberry Blue, Cat 5, and Cherry Red.

 

Any combination of Cool Freezes and wines make the perfect gift to bring home to those you left behind while heading on your Florida beach vacation. If you love food and drink, the Panama City Beach Winery is the perfect place to visit as they are connoisseurs in both. They even have a recipe page on their website as an extra resource for their patrons, which is populated with great beach snacks and meals that will get your creative juices flowing. When planning your trip to the beach, be sure to leave some time to visit this downtown location, as well as looking into these charming Panama City Beach vacation rentals. Most people that do it this way can’t help but come back year after year.

 

 

 




Posted by itrip On April - 13 - 2015 ADD COMMENTS

maui vacation guide

To put it lightly, there’s no bad time to visit Maui. Between the breathtaking views around every bend in the road, the impossibly friendly locals, and an economy geared towards year-round visitors, Maui is the vacationer’s dream. In an effort to make your trip there as memorable as possible, we have compiled this Maui vacation guide with a few tips and tricks to help you make the most of the trip of a lifetime. Treat this is a stepping stone to all the things there are to discover, and how to make it happen. On this beautiful island whose weather is perfect all year round, the options are truly endless.

Your Maui Vacation Guide

  1. The Shoulder Season - Like we said before, there is no bad time to visit Maui, but there is a best time, and it’s in those quiet months between Labor Day and Thanksgiving when the rains are few and far between, the rates are lower, and the visitors more sparse. Peak season runs December through March, at which time airline tickets go up, as do the crowds.
  2. What About the Rainy Season? - Technically the rainy season in Maui runs November through March but don’t let the rains deter you from visiting during this time. It rarely rains for more than a few days at a time, and we can assure that this place is spectacular even when it pours.
  3. The Road to Hana - This famous highway runs along Maui’s northeastern shore and stretches from Lahaina to the little village of Hana. While the winding drive itself is about 3 hours long, plan a full day of exploring along the way.
  4. Kaihalulu - This secluded crescent-shaped beach has grown famous due to its rare red sand. Like many Hawaiian beaches, it is surrounded by cliffs and lava rock.
  5. Iao Valley State Park - This stream-carved valley in West Maui is covered in dense rainforest, where one of Hawaii’s kings is buried.
  6. Pride of Maui - One of the most acclaimed tour companies on the island, their trips combining snorkeling and whale watching will have you exploring as much of the Hawaii deeps as you can imagine. The underwater world will take your breath away.
  7. Maui Vacation Rentals - This is one of the best ways to explore the island, as well as the most economical. From your very own property on the island, you’ll have the freedom you would if you had never left home. Save money on meals by cooking in your own personal kitchen, and find more options of places to stay. If you’re more inclined to be right in a city, or would prefer to be more secluded, you can find it all in this wonderful selection of Maui vacation rentals.

This Maui Vacation Guide has merely scratched the surface of the possible experience you’ll have while visiting this beautiful and historic island. Hawaii is surely one of the country’s most unique destinations, and worth a trip no matter what stage of life you’re in. It’s not necessarily a once in a lifetime opportunity, as most people can’t possibly come just once.




Posted by itrip On April - 9 - 2015 ADD COMMENTS

crystal cove state park hiking

Just south of Los Angeles in the town of Laguna Beach, California and close to all civilization there’s a backcountry park devoted to both preservation and recreation that is open to the public all year long. While a haven for all kinds of activities, Crystal Cove State Park hiking goes unmatched in the are for both the stunning coastal views and convenient location. Covering three miles of Southern California coast and with over 2,400 acres of native wilderness to explore, this is a destination you don’t want to miss on your visit to either LA or San Diego, and even Palm Springs. Whether you’re looking for a hike along the beach or through the rolling coastal hills covered in sage, you’ll love exploring this beautiful state park.

Hiking Trails

Moro Canyon is one of the main features to see while enjoying Crystal Cove State Park hiking, offering a variety of hikes no matter how long or hard you want to go. An easy three-mile out-and-back hike starts at the Ranger Station and takes you meandering through the Canyon on a leisurely walk through the park. There is also a moderate loop trail that is nearly three miles in length and has a vertical climb of 500 feet for anyone looking to sweat a little. Finally, the difficult loop trail measures in at 5 miles long, with hikers climbing over 700 feet to reach Moro Ridge, from which you’ll have spectacular views of the whole park. You’ll then climb down into Moro Canyon for the remainder of the hike until climbing out again for the finish.

More ambitious hikers can tackle the Park Perimeter trail, which is a 9-mile loop, giving you a feel for the entirety of what there is to explore in the backcountry. You will hike along No Name Ridge, through Deer Canyon to Red Tail Ridge, and finally along Moro Ridge leading you into Moro Canyon. This is by far the most beautiful Crystal Cove State Park hiking experience if only by the sheer volume of sights.

Wildlife in Crystal Cove

Hiking along the beach you’re sure to see the tide pools that are crawling with tiny organisms ranging from small fish to invertebrates that depend on the rise and fall of these waters for their livelihood. You may also spot whales, dolphins and sea otters out in the water and , depending on the time of year you could even catch the great humpback whale migration that happens twice a year as they travel between Alaska and Mexico. Other famous sightings in the park are the bobcat, great horned lizards, multiple species of rattlesnakes, the Pacific tree frog, the mule deer, and howling coyotes.

 

While Crystal Cove State Park hiking is about as enjoyable a time you could hope to have in the area, visitors can also look forward to numerous other activities while there. Their underwater park is a similarly beautiful ecosystem to explore, and many people take advantage of swimming and surfing access at this ideal location. Be sure to set yourself up nicely in a beautiful vacation rental for your next trip to the California coast.




Posted by itrip On April - 7 - 2015 ADD COMMENTS

things to do in whistler in summer

When you think of Whistler, British Columbia, snow covered Rocky Mountains for the adventurous skiers and snowboarders is probably what comes to mind. The list of things to do in Whistler in summer, however, is just as long. As the snow melts from those same mountains to be replaced by wildflowers, the rivers and streams thaw to create rapids and waterfalls of ice cold water, and all the hibernating wildlife comes back out to greet hikers, bikers, and white water daredevils. If you’ve ventured to this remote Canadian gem in the winter months, it might be time to consider a trip in the warmer months.

Here are five things that bring many outdoor enthusiasts to explore the things to do in Whistler in summer months. In such an epic landscape, any one of these activities is reason enough to venture out to the Canadian Rockies.

  1. Alpine Hiking
    With more hiking trails than you can count in varying degrees of difficulty, you’re sure to at least take a stroll through these lush and jagged mountains at some point on your stay here. Whether you’re looking for an all day hike with a few thousand feet of vertical climbing or a leisurely stroll perfect for small children, you’ll lose your breath at the panoramic views.
  2. Mountain Golf Courses
    One of the best things the snow leaves uncovered are the area’s many golf courses. Known for being a premier Canadian golf destination, you can play a different course every day of the week, and never fail to be impressed with the beautiful scenery surrounding you. From alpine lakes to those steep peaks, all that snow irrigates these beautiful greens for every golf enthusiast.
  3. White Water Jet Boat Tours
    One of the many ways to get the thrill of Whistler’s gushing rapids is aboard a powerful jet boat. These expert drivers will take you through river canyons, old growth mountains and vistas, not only giving you a tour of the backcountry, but a chance to cool down on a hot summer day.
  4. Horseback Riding
    The Whistler trails can also be explored on horseback, giving you a taste of the wild west that this town used to be. These tours are both beautiful and exhilarating as you trust your mount to get you up and down the mountains without fail. Slap on your boots and lots of sunscreen, and get ready for a ride to remember.
  5. Mountain Biking
    For a different kind of ride consider tackling the many mountain biking trails that are home to many professional competitions throughout the summer months. Whether you’re a beginner or expert, you’ll find terrain that you can handle, and will love the rush that comes from that labored ascent and daring descent.
  6. Zipline Tours
    Another way to explore these century old forests is hanging from the trees. Soar over creeks and rivers and through the canopies while learning about the habitats you are flying through and spotting wildlife.

We have only scratched the surface of all the wonderful things to do in Whistler in summer. Don’t limit yourself to exploring these mountains when they’re blanketed in powder, but come see what they’re really made of from your own private residence right in town.




Posted by itrip On April - 4 - 2015 ADD COMMENTS

santa rosa beach

It’s perfectly normal to have dreams of white sand beach vacations where you can take your morning cup of coffee for a walk on the beach without a place in the world to be except right where you are. What’s stopping you? If it’s the expense, then stop your worrying and consider taking an affordable trip to Santa Rosa Beach, where the Gulf of Mexico water is warm, and the vacation rental prices low. Located in South Walton, Florida, a town made up exclusively of beach neighborhoods and semi-transient residents, Santa Rosa Beach is the ideal destination for that vacation you’ve been dreaming of. It’s time to stop being a doubter and start taking action!

There are more wonderful things to do around Santa Rosa Beach than we can possibly list here, but here are five to get you started on your planning. Get ready to explore!

  1.  Explore the Native Plants and Animals at Deer Lake State Park
    Home to an extremely rare coastal dune lake, you’ll also see magnolias, golden aster, woody goldenrod, scrub oaks, and patches of lupine. Spring and summer are the ideal time to catch the wildflowers, which will be surrounded by butterflies and migratory birds. This is a wonderful place to walk on the beach, but watch out for the snowy plover nests at your feet, and consider bringing a picnic to enjoy while there.
  2. Explore the Hollywood History of Santa Rosa Beach
    The Wesley Mansion can be found on the shore of Tucker Bayou. This turn-of-the-century home houses a collection of Louis XVI furniture, as well as a beautiful southern scene of moss-covered live oaks, and white columns. So picturesque, the beautiful home was a set in the 1970s sci-fi horror film, Frogs. 
  3. Miles and Miles of Beaches
    Naturally, your time in this beach neighborhood will be spent largely in the sand. Whether you’re the type to lay on the beach with a good book and a great tan in mind, or would rather hit the over ten miles of beachside trails for walking, running and hiking to explore the cypress swamps and rare coastal forest where you might spot a gopher tortoise. You won’t be disappointed by this beach destination.
  4. Gulf Place Towncenter
    Located in Santa Rosa Beach, Gulf Place is the place to go for shopping, eating, and entertainment. Their free summer concert series is always a hit with great shows in a wonderful atmosphere, and the same goes for their third Thursday Wine Walkabout.
  5. Santa Rosa Golf & Beach Club
    One of the best golf courses in the area, the Santa Rosa Golf & Beach Club makes for a great way to spend a day if you love to golf. Follow your round up with a gourmet meal and a dip in the pool or ocean to cool down.

It’s time to splurge on that trip you’ve been saving for. Leave life behind and come enjoy Santa Rosa Beach, where the beaches are inviting, and the culture even more so. We promise you won’t be able to come just once.




Posted by itrip On March - 26 - 2015 ADD COMMENTS

clearwater golf courses

Although it’s white sand and emerald waters are what draw most people to this Tampa Bay area destination, a Clearwater, Florida vacation includes many things beyond the beach. The fishing and boating opportunities are endless, and there are similarly great restaurants around town to enjoy. Explore your gorgeous surroundings from the comfort of your vacation rental either on the beach or within walking distance. These great properties will be the perfect place to come back to after a day at one of these spectacular Clearwater golf courses that are open to the public.

Here are 5 Clearwater golf courses that you’ll love:

  1. Pinecrest Golf Club
    If you’re looking to get some practice in, this course is great option. Not only are the greens gorgeous and challenging, but they have one of the most outstanding deals for golfers who are planning to return. Huge discounts can be found in their ten-play tickets available for both walking and riding. If your trip to Clearwater is a chance for you to hone in on your game, playing this course multiple times is a great option because you will be able to master its obstacles.
  2. Golf Course at Dunedin
    Among the most famous courses in the area, this is the only place worldwide that can claim to be both a Donald Ross creation, as well as the former home to the PGA of America. To celebrate their amazing heritage, a recent greens makeover has restored the course to its original design down to every last pond and bunker. While quite affordable, this course has great deals for tee times after 3 PM.
  3. Clearwater Country Club
    Make your tee times a week in advance for this classic Clearwater course. Hit a bucket of balls at the driving range before your round, and consider a training session with the resident golf professional to really dig into your game.
  4. Cove Cay Golf Club
    This spectacular waterfront course is one of the most unique spots you’ll find to play a round at among Clearwater golf courses. These links are a natural haven as they are both on the water and promise regular wildlife sightings. Wait until you get to the 17th hole, par five running right along the water; the views will amaze you. After your game be sure to stop by the Bayview Pub & Grill for their great bar fare sure to appease your post-golf hunger.
  5. Bayview Biltmore Golf Club
    This Donald Ross masterpiece is a golfing tradition among people who regularly play Clearwater golf courses. Built in 1925 the links have only improved in quality over the years. Be sure to practice both your long and short games before your round at the driving range and putting and chipping areas, or by signing up for a lesson with one of their PGA instructors.

The Clearwater golf courses are nearly as big a draw for the area as the pristine beaches are. With enough courses that you could play somewhere different every day on a two-week vacation, there are few places as appropriate for a golf vacation as Clearwater, Florida.




Posted by itrip On March - 25 - 2015 ADD COMMENTS

restaurants near rehoboth beach

 

Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, though just one mile square, has so much to offer its many visitors throughout the year. The seaside town’s tree-lined streets, the neighborly demeanor of its diverse citizens, as well as its striking natural beauty, are among the things that maintain this small town’s charm. Whether you’re a beach bum or would rather get out exploring on the water for the better part of the day, you’ll find great ways to spend your time here. Whether a first-time visitors or a seasoned Rehoboth veteran, check out this list of four of the top restaurants near Rehoboth Beach.

  1. Dogfish Head Brewing & Eats
    Founder of Dogfish Head, Sam Calagione considers this quaint beach town brewpub to be the heart and soul of this unique brewing company. While many of their varietals can be bought nationwide, and even internationally, a visit the brewpub will put you in front of some of their rare brews. Known for being their small batch test site, you’ll love exploring the unique tastes they’re experimenting with, and the wonderful menu that accompanies their delicious beers. Offering your typical pub menu, you’ll find numerous beer-flavored foods like beer cheese fries, beer battered fried pickles, as well a number of hearty pizzas and sandwiches.
  2. Fins Fish House & Raw Bar
    Known for their variety of delicious east coast oysters served raw on the half shell, their local tuna and mako dishes and their great craft beer selection, this is the finest among the seafood restaurants near Rehoboth Beach. Always aiming to give back to the community, their locally sourced coffees and desserts are always a hit. With happy hours every night of the week, Fins is always a great choice if you’re looking for an exceptional meal.
  3. Touch of Italy
    Based on the food of Central Italy, Touch of Italy truly keeps the motherland’s cultural traditions alive with both their menu and their retail items. While you can go in, sit down and order a wood-fired pizza, classic Italian sub, or fresh-made pasta dish, you can also stop by their pasticceria. Like every Italian village, the baked goods shop is central to eating right. You’ll love their traditional pastries and the chance to sit down with a glass of wine and biscotti and enjoy a mid-day break. The salumeria is also a favorite, carrying all the cured meats and fresh cheeses that make the perfect beach snacks.
  4. Lula Brazil
    Celebrating the “Joy of Living in Brazil” this restaurant is a great place to head if you’re hoping to spice up your dining options. With their friendly demeanor and traditional seafood stews, grilled calamari, shrimp to Picanha and strong Brazilian cocktails, Lula Brazil promises a great time. You’ll leave feeling like a regular, even if it’s your first time.

These restaurants near Rehobeth Beach are great places to check out on your stay in the area. While bunking down at a great beachside vacation rental, give yourself a few meals off from cooking for the group by heading out and exploring the culinary scene.