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Reason No. 462 to Bring a Big Beach Bag

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Shopping, Orange Beach AL

Tanger Outlets
2601 S. McKenzie Avenue, Foley
(251) 943-9303

Head north to this outlet center, where you’ll save bigĀ on your favorite brands, including Sunglass Hut, J. Crew, Brooks Brothers, Carter’s, OshKosh, Yankee Candle and more. A full list of stores can be found here. If you don’t feel like eating in the food court on-site, there are many great local and chain restaurants along the highway back to the beach.

San Roc Cay
27267 Perdido Beach Boulevard, Orange Beach
(251) 981-5423

Just down the street from our beachfront hotel, this marina and lifestyle center with the big metal fish at the entrance is home to restaurants and shops where you can spend an afternoon. There are several local boutiques and clothing stores, a shoe store, a painting shop, beach portraits and a spa. Catch a bite at the fine restaurants located here.

The Wharf
23101 Canal Road, Orange Beach
(251) 224-1000

Great shopping and dining are capped off with a ferris wheel, nightly light show and putt-putt golf, right on the canal in Orange Beach. Explore boutiques and grab lunch at one of the awesome restaurants here. The Wharf also plays host to a lineup of top recording artists at its on-site amphitheater.

Eastern Shore Center
30500 State Highway 181, Spanish Fort
(251) 625-0060

Known by locals as “Malbis,” this 54,000 sq. ft. lifestyle center is home to shops, restaurants and entertainment. The bigger retailers include Dillard’s and Belk department stores, Barnes & Noble and Bed Bath & Beyond, Williams-Sonoma, Talbots and more. There are many dining options to suit your tastes, from quick and casual Moe’s to a sit-down meal at Half Shell Oyster House or California Dreaming. Catch a movie or go bowling here, too. Find a full store directory here.

Downtown Fairhope

From antiques to art galleries, beauty products, clothing, jewelry and more, you’re sure to find a unique gift or souvenir in quaint small-town Alabama. Fairhope is well worth the drive for a day trip. There’s a lovely botanical garden, great restaurants, and lots of outdoor annual events.

Shop until you drop … right back into a beach chair at The Tides Hotel.

– Ashley Kahn Salley
Lead Storyteller, Innisfree Hotels