Virginia Beach

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Virginia Beach — Year after year, sun, sand, and a wide selection of water sports draw vacationers to Virginia’s eastern coast. The city of Virginia Beach, bordered on the north and south by wildlife reserves and national parks, encompasses a 20 mile-long coastline and a 59-block boardwalk lined with shops and restaurants.

Why Go

For a beach escape and family getaway within easy driving distance of Washington, D.C. and Colonial Williamsburg.

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Deal Alert: Earn Free Travel on Amtrak

January 28, 2014 by Karen Gardiner

If you like to take it slow or love to watch the landscape unfold from a comfortable seat, you should take a look at these three deals from Amtrak. All three ... Read More »


A Last Chance at Summer: 7 Affordable, Last-Minute U.S. Beach Vacations

October 04, 2013 by Amanda Black

While October might not scream "beach season," many parts of the U.S. are still enjoying weather that calls for shorts and a lounge chair. Sure, you can go to ... Read More »


Virginia Getaways for Less in Autumn

August 15, 2012 by Laura Motta

From the beautiful Chesapeake Bay to the rolling hills of the Shenandoah Valley to laid back Virginia Beach, the state of Virginia offers a varied landscape, ... Read More »


Top 10 Boardwalks

July 18, 2012 by ShermansTravel Editorial Staff

The hot sun on your face, ice cream dripping on your hands, the sound of music mingling with the crash of waves . . . they're all part of a summer day spent ... Read More »


Free Summer Festivals

June 26, 2012 by Mike Barish and Liz Webber

You probably have your July 4th plans locked down already – the barbecue, the fireworks, maybe a community parade. But what about the rest of the summer? That’s ... Read More »

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