Named for a cannon that washed ashore from the shipwrecked USS Shark in 1846, Cannon Beach offers visitors an abundance of activities to enjoy.
The American Riviera, Hollywood of the East, SoBe, or the Art Deco District -- whatever you call it, Miami's South Beach is hot year-round.
Put down your margarita, and take note -- this is your guide to Jamaican nightlife.
It may have more than 47 miles of pristine beaches, but the crown jewel of Palm Beach County, Florida, is, without a doubt, exclusive Palm Beach.
Once a secret hideaway, Anguilla has come into its own as a Caribbean hot spot for Hollywood starlets and honeymooners alike.
Measuring 5 miles long and less than 1 mile wide, Paradise Island has almost always been exclusively for tourists.
Visitors to Barcelona can have their urban sightseeing and big-city fun, with a little beach time thrown in on the side.
Thailand's hottest spot for the young set is Ko Phangan, a small island near the larger Koh Samui.
Long before Nantucket became known as a vacation destination, it was primarily a quiet whaling community off the coast of Massachusetts.
As summer commences, crowds swarm Martha's Vineyard in droves, but respite can be found in the Vineyard's far eastern reaches -- up-island, as it's known locally.
Trendsetters, jetsetters, and beach lovers in the know have been taking advantage of Newport Beach's Southern California coastal charms -- both vintage and nouveau riche -- for decades.
The black-sand beach at Punalu'u, one of nature's rarest wonders and the largest black-sand beach on the Big Island, strikes visitors with its serene beauty.
Culebra Island, off Puerto Rico's northeast coast, has beautiful beaches and plenty of sun, but it's also an old pirate hideout loaded with virtually undisturbed treasures.
If you want to see the real Jamaica, throw away your guidebook, and take a few tips from us. These are Jamaica's best-kept secrets.
These 6 sexy slipaways offer couples a chance to indulge all of their senses.