Area Info

Orange Beach is one of Coastal Alabama’s most popular beach getaways. This beautiful coastal community is situated between Gulf Shores to the west and Perdido Key, Florida to the east. In recent years, Orange Beach has grown exponentially, with Gulf-front condominiums continuously raising the bar when it comes to luxury and a booming real estate market. More and more buyers are choosing to invest in Orange Beach condos, as visitors who come and fall in love with the area often come back to their favorite condo year after year. Aside from a number of upscale waterfront condominiums, the Ono Island community has quickly become the first choice for those looking to make their home in Orange Beach. There are a number of entertainment venues and restaurants in Orange Beach, but it’s the Flora-Bama Lounge & Oyster Bar that is the most popular. This roadhouse offers live music every night and hosts annual events, the most popular of which is the Mullet Toss.

Nature lovers and boat owners will love Orange Beach!! With the warm, emerald-green waters of the Gulf of Mexico lined with white-sand beaches, the Old River, Perdido Pass, Bayou St. John and much more, many people take advantage of their time here to go out on the water for fishing or just to sail around. As the locals will tell you, nothing beats boating around Robinson and Bird Islands with a cold drink and some friends to enjoy the view with. Many of the condominiums and water-front homes in this area have boat slips available for residents and guests, including those on Ono Island.

Summer House sits right next to the exclusive Opal condominium, one of the most sought after addresses in Orange Beach. Like Romar House and Turquoise Place, Summer House is actually made up of two Gulf-front towers, with shared amenities between the two. Sitting on Perdido Beach Boulevard, these condos are right in the heart of all the excitement in Orange Beach. You don’t have to go far to find restaurants, entertainment, watersport rentals, walking trails, or anything else you might need during your time on Alabama’s Emerald Coast!