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About Acapulco, Mexico
The port of Acapulco promises visitors adventure, romance and relaxation. This is the top spot for Mexican and foreign holidaymakers who have made this destination known as “The Pacific Jewel,”
Boredom is not an option in
Acapulco, where visitors can indulge their passion for extreme sports, including bungee-jumping along the
Costera, rafting on the Papagayo River, boating excursions and parasailing.
The impressive cliffs of
La Quebrada offer a natural mirador platform from which one can enjoy spectacular sunsets and, on occasion, whales and dolphins may be spotted. Known as
Acapulco’s icon throughout the world, these cliffs are most famous for the performances which intrepid local divers offer daily.
Acapulco has challenging golf courses and other options for those who prefer milder daytime activities. Tour the Costera in a horse-drawn carriage or have a drink at one of the port’s many
world-class restaurants. Visit El Fuerte de San Diego which is an 18th-century Spanish fortress turned museum which is occasionally the site for festive gatherings.
Popular beaches in Acapulco, Mexico, include Icacos, Del Morro, Hornitos, La Condesa, and El Revolcadero, famous for perfect scuba diving conditions, water skiing, sailing
Make Acapulco your next vacation destination and let us at
Sunset Vacation Rentals help you plan it!
About Eleuthera, Bahamas
Natural, untamed and still undeveloped,
Eleuthera Island is a Caribbean vacation playground!
From the pink sand beaches of
North Eleuthera to the renaissance of the Cape in South Eleuthera, and points between, you could spend weeks on this pencil-thin island and still not see all of the natural beauty there is to explore.
Even though the island is only two miles wide, it has miles of pink and white sand beaches and turquoise crystal clear water. However, that is not all there is!
Eleuthera Island is known for the high cliffs that fringe the eastern side where the Atlantic Ocean crashes onto the rock.
One of the most popular spots is
Harbour Island, famous for its pink and white sand beaches; often called the Nantucket of the Caribbean. In addition to the beach, there are historical landmarks and a history lesson at every turn.
is dotted with quaint, friendly fishing and colonial villages, such as
Hatchet Bay where you can visit Hatchet Bay Cave where there is writing on the walls dated back to the 1800’s with the names of people and ships that stopped in.
Walk across the narrowest part of Eleuthera at the
Glass Window Bridge. The water crashing against the rocks, blue colors of the ocean and the raw nature of it all is spectacular. Just down the road from Glass Window, you’ll find an amazing place to relax
– Bottom Harbor Beach Club. For locals and part-time residents, this is “the” place to hang out and grab some awesome local specials, like Conch Salad or Grouper that melts in your mouth.
This Bahamas Island is also known for its pineapple plantations. Locals serve up plenty of pineapple tarts and the annual pineapple festival celebrates the pineapple heritage of the Bahamas.
If you are looking for a peaceful, quiet and relaxing getaway, then the
Eleuthera Islands are the perfect fit for you! Let us help you plan your vacation!
About Palm Springs, California
360 days of sunshine! Nestled at the base of majestic San Jacinto Mountains,
Palm Springs is a world-famous resort destination with a perfect combination of intimate small town friendliness and chic urban sensibility.
Palm Canyon Drive
ambles through Palm Spring’s historic downtown, dotted with one-of-a-kind boutiques, art galleries, antique stores and innovative restaurants and cafés.
Ride horseback through ancient palm groves, explore nearby
Joshua Tree National Park, immerse yourself in mineral hot springs or join an off-road adventure to the
San Andreas Fault.
is where you can be yourself and everyone is welcome. Whether you’re planning a family vacation, a couple’s retreat, or planning a vacation with friends, Palm Springs is “fun in the sun” year-round.
You’ll discover an outdoor playground surrounded by breathtaking mountains and canyons. Explore miles of hiking trails, ride on the world’s largest rotating tramcar, or challenge yourself to a round of golf
at Tahquitz Creek Golf Resort.
Begin at Knott’s Soak City Water Park; explore a collection of vintage World War II aircraft at the
Palm Springs Air Museum, then experience The Living Desert, a 1,200-acre wildlife and botanical park.
There’s more here to do than you’ll ever be able to accomplish in one short week! Let us help you plan your perfect
Palm Spring’s vacation getaway!
About Manzanita, Oregon
A small, charming coastal town located just 2 hours west of Portland via Hwy 26 to Hwy 101 South. It’s the perfect place for a romantic weekend getaway or fun-filled
Nestled between two state parks, Manzanita, Oregon possesses incredible beauty, and provides easily accessible outdoor recreation to its visitors.
Oswald West State Park to the north has a popular surf break, and gorgeous ocean view hiking trails that wind through old growth forests.
Nehalem Bay State Park has paved, flat trails that go through picturesque forests and include impressive views of the Nehalem Bay. It’s a great bike riding area for the whole family. And from Memorial Day to Labor Day, horse back riding is also an option!
The beach itself is a 7-mile long, white sandy beach, perfect for walking, beachcombing, or riding fun cycles. Surreal views of Neah-kah-nie Mountain, Oregon
border one end of the beach, and the other end seems to go on forever. A trail to the top of Neah-kah-nie Mountain leads to breathtaking panoramic views of the Northern Oregon Coast and Pacific Ocean. Whether you are flying a kite with the kids, or watching
the kite boarders catch air, you’ll fall in love with Manzanita Beach.
Besides beach fun, the town of Manzanita, Oregon offers its unique treasures. Discover
Manzanita’s restaurants and cafes, shops, and galleries. Manzanita shops are for the selective consumer – fair trade gifts, eco-friendly clothing, local artwork and two bookstores. Every taste is satisfied here – from grabbing a great cheeseburger
at the pub to enjoying a smaller plate and a glass of wine at the wine bar, the pace is the same –
There are plenty of places to grab an espresso, and the health food store and two additional grocery stores can satisfy any craving. You’ll feel rejuvenated here. Take a yoga class or play a round of golf at our pristine 9-hole course. Then pamper yourself
at one of our full-service spas, both located right downtown.
Please ask about our golf and spa packages! We look forward to helping you with all of your
Manzanita vacation rental needs.
About Rockaway Beach, Oregon
If you are looking for the quintessential beach town that has everything – look no further!
Rockaway Beach, Oregon has a long history as a popular resort town dating back to the 1920s when the first railroad was brought to the area from Portland. Just two hours from Portland on Hwy. 101 makes Rockaway Beach an easy getaway.
Rockaway Beach, Oregon provides relaxation and entertainment for any taste. The beach itself is 7 miles of flat terrain perfect for any activity. Walk the dog, fly a kite, or take a beach cruiser bicycle for a spin on the hard sand. There are opportunities
to go crabbing and deep sea fishing too, so bring your boat or charter one.
Family entertainment is easy in Rockaway Beach. You can ride the scenic train, visit the new arcade, or explore the
Twin Rocks in Oregon tide pools at low tide. The kids will love chasing after the numerous crabs, and you’ll love observing the abundant wildlife.
You’ll have your choice of Rockaway Beach restaurants too. Both fine and casual dining establishments are at your disposal. There is seafood, pizza, and a Mexican food restaurant to name a few. And don’t miss the two seafood smokers in town for delicious
treats from the sea.
Rockaway, Oregon has several unique gift shops for that special souvenir, and many places to grab an espresso while you shop. Your sweet tooth will be satisfied too - Candy and ice cream shops can be found right on the main street.
If you are ever ready to get off the beach, Rockaway, Oregon has two lakes! Go swimming, kayaking or fishing at
Lake Lytle, Oregon or Spring Lake, Oregon.
Whatever your dream beach vacation entails – you’ll find it in Rockaway. Let
Sunset Vacation Rentals help you with your next Rockaway Beach rental!