Orange Beach, Alabama
Orange Beach is located on Alabama’s Gulf Coast between Gulf Shores to the west and Perdido Key, Florida to the east. In recent years, Orange Beach has experienced immense growth, with Gulf-front condominiums luring tourists and new residents to the white-sand beaches that the area has become associated with. Aside from luxurious waterfront condominiums, the Ono Island community has become the popular choice when considering a subdivision to buy or build a house in. Perhaps the most popular destination in Orange Beach is the world-famous Flora-Bama Lounge & Oyster Bar, which hosts huge annual events such as the Tri-State Mullet Toss and live music.
Orange Beach is a boat-lover’s dream! Besides the beautiful Gulf of Mexico, there are a number of waterways running through Orange Beach. The Old River, Perdido Pass, and Bayou St. John are three of the major waterways where residents and visitors choose to go fishing and boating and they are even used as a way to get around the city and up into other areas of Baldwin County. As the locals will tell you, nothing beats boating around Robinson and Bird Islands with a cold drink and some friends to enjoy the view with. Many of the condominiums and water-front homes in this area have boat slips available for residents and guests.
Caribe is located on the Old River, just across the street from the Gulf of Mexico. From Caribe, you can see the Perdido Pass Bridge directly to the west. The Flora-Bama is just a few minutes east of Caribe and Ono Island is visible to the north. Caribe’s ideal location in an area that is central to both Gulf Shores and Perdido Key mean that you are never far from a variety of restaurants and entertainment venues. The beach is just a short stroll across the street and an onsite marina and great location near Perdido Pass make fishing trips out into the Gulf of Mexico quick and easy.