Area Info

Orange Beach is a beautiful little coastal community right on the Gulf of Mexico, in between Gulf Shores, Alabama to the west and Perdido Key, Florida to the east. This laidback beach town offers all you need to enjoy the beach vacation of a lifetime. Stay in one of the area’s luxury Gulf-front condos, like Turquoise Place, or choose a condo with an onsite marina, like The Pass, so you can spend your day sailing out into the Gulf of Mexico. Head out to The Wharf to catch a concert or other event at the amphitheater before heading down to the famous Flora-Bama Lounge & Oyster Bar for fresh seafood, cold drinks, and live music. Orange Beach is any water lover’s dream town! You can sail around the protected Bird and Robinson Islands or go fishing in Perdido Pass and the Gulf of Mexico before watching the sun set over the Gulf of Mexico from the beach.

Orange Beach isn’t just for tourists and vacationers, though. This town is quickly becoming a popular choice for those looking for a secondary home or primary residence. Orange Beach is growing quickly and there are a number of options for older or younger families looking for a place to settle down. Communities like Ono Island and Cotton Bayou offer some great waterfront and inland homes. Orange Beach is not too far from the larger cities of Pensacola, Florida and Mobile, Alabama, where you’ll find the closest regional airports.

The Four Seasons is one of Orange Beach’s most popular Gulf-front condos because it has something none of the other developments do: a private pier stretching right out into the Gulf of Mexico. Four Seasons is in the same area as the Admiral’s Quarters and Emerald Skye condominiums. The central location of Four Seasons makes it convenient for those who are also interested in reaching neighboring areas and even the famous golf courses found all over this area of the Gulf Coast.