Rehoboth Beach and the surrounding area hold much in store for visitors, but we’ve narrowed down the many reasons to go to Rehoboth into just a handful for the sake of brevity. Read on below to find out more about why Rehoboth Beach deserves a spot on your list of dream vacation destinations!
Southern Delaware’s beaches are among the most renowned in a small state that has just thirty miles of coastline. Among all of the beaches that Delaware natives recommend visiting Rehoboth Beach tops the list every time for its breathtakingly beautiful natural setting, as well as its lively and fun atmosphere—especially during the summer.
Part of that lively atmosphere we just mentioned comes from the boardwalks that can be found all throughout the Rehoboth area. From Lewes to Fenwick Island, each of our beach towns has its own central hub for shopping, dining, and entertainment, located just steps away from the soft sands and glistening waves. The Rehoboth Beach Bandstand is famous for hosting free concerts and performances with live music and artistic demonstrations, as well as for hosting Independence Day celebrations, making it one of the best places to visit in Rehoboth Beach Delaware.
Speaking of boardwalk shopping, did you know that the state of Delaware doesn’t charge a sales tax? That means you and your guests can shop ‘til you drop, knowing that what you see is what you’ll pay. For visitors traveling from states that charge eight percent or more in sales tax, this can be such a boon, especially since Rehoboth Beach is home to a bevy of premium outlet malls and charming boutiques where you can pick out one-of-a-kind souvenirs and gifts for people back home.
As the first state in the country, it’s no wonder that Delaware is home to some of the most historically important sites in the nation. In Rehoboth Beach, you can see some of the oldest structures in America, from homes to military forts.
Nature at Its Finest
Beyond the beauty of the beaches, the Rehoboth area is also home to a ton of gorgeous state parks. Visit Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge, Fenwick Island State Park, Cape Henlopen State Park, and more for your dose of hiking, birdwatching, and nature appreciation.
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