Virginia Beach is known for its white sand beaches as well as the waterfront locations along the Chesapeake Bay. The culture of the area spills over to the shore with a relaxing atmosphere, live music, golf courses, hiking and biking paths, shopping and art venues. Diamond Resort Reviews its two resorts in Virginia Beach, each of which reflect the seaside elegance and warmth of the traditional Southern charm. The town comes alive during the summer months with fairs, live music, and a variety of outdoor activities for groups and families. Even in the off-season, the area has developed extensively, drawing in crowds year-round as there is never a lack of things to do.
Diamond Resorts International® Oceanaire Resort sits just steps away from the beach. From your room and throughout the resort you will have views of the breathtaking coastline, access to year-round events and incredible sunsets. The Virginia Beach Boardwalk is a destination in and of itself. With food, games, and an Aquarium, a simple walk can turn into an all-day excursion. If you are looking for some nature away from the surf, notable attractions including False Cape, First Landing, and Cape Henry Memorial State Park are a short distance away. Diamond Resort Reviews experts tout the resort’s four oceanfront pools, jetted tubs, and a fitness center with state of the art equipment. Whether you want to ride a bike along the boardwalk or just look at the ocean, you can do it here.
Allowing for a more serene vacation atmosphere, Diamond Resorts’ Turtle Cay Resort is located just off the boardwalk. The Diamond Resorts team works to provide a relaxing environment, a small oasis in the midst of the crowd. Beyond the typical retreat activities, travelers are urged to venture a mere 35 miles south of the resort to visit the aviation museum, as Virginia Beach sits in the cradle of the birth of flight. As the cultural hub of Virginia, the city features the Sandler Center for the Performing Arts with year-round plays and musicals. There is also a fantastic outdoor concert venue where you can take in both local bands and larger acts depending on the current schedule.