From our ideal location on the Fort Morgan peninsula in Gulf Shores, many guests take advantage of the fun ferry ride across the bay to visit Dauphin Island.
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Celebrating Mardi Gras on Alabama’s Gulf Coast is more of a tradition than many realize. The first Mardi Gras was celebrated here, in Mobile, in 1703.
An early morning walk on the beach, many say, can soothe the soul. Some love to collect shells along the way. Others capture the golden morning light with a camera. More and more, beachcombers are combining these two pastimes by capturing keepsake photos of the variety of shells they encounter.
The beautiful white-sand beaches and blue waters are the number-one reason people visit Alabama’s Gulf Coast and Gulf Shores Plantation.
How do you bring in the new year? With a toast? A kiss? Or how about a splash? Hundreds of people make a new year’s splash during a high-spirited Polar Bear Dip into the waters of the Gulf of Mexico.