Plan Your Vacation Getaway


People enjoying the beachYour vacation should be everything you want it to be. We've tried to make the planning simple. Here at Beach Rentals VA you'll find beach rentals organized by location, with information on size and amenities. You'll find photos of featured properties and links directly to lists of additonal properties. It's your choice and we want to make the choosing easier.


There's More Than One Virginia Beach

Everone's heard of the Virginia Beach - the east coast resort with miles of beach, boardwalk, attractions, hotels, restaurants, and vacation homes. While the Virginia Beach resort area is the state's largest and most developed, there are several other beaches to enjoy. Here's the run down on Virginia's beaches.

Virginia Beach - This is the resort area everyone knows, but did you know that there are actually several beach areas within Virginia Beach?

Norfolk - Norfolk's beaches are along the calmer waters of the Chesapeake Bay.

Hampton - Hampton also has beaches on the Chespeake Bay. Buckroe Beach is the best known.

Assateaugue Beach & Chincoteague Island - Assateague and Chincoteague Island on the Eastern Shore are where you'll find wild ponies, a wildlife refuge, a National Seashore, and an island community with plenty of things to do and places to stay.

The Barrier Islands - The barrier islands off Virginia's Eastern Shore are probably some of the most unspoiled beaches on the east coast.

Kiptopeke State Park - A Chesapeake Bay beach and recreation area on Virginia's Eastern Shore.

Cape Charles - Many homes in this small town on the Eastern Shore are within walking distance of downtown shops and restaurants, and the town's public beach.

Colonial Beach - A Potomac River beachfront community on the Northern Neck.

White Stone Beach - Small town located on the southern end of the Northern Neck with Rappahannock River beaches.