For first-time fishers wanting that extra level of support, Fish Tales is one of the best Port Aransas fishing charter experiences offered. All you have to do is let Captain Jackie Romeyn know your individual requirements and she and her team will do all they can to accommodate, including families and special needs groups. This is a guaranteed fun time for everyone involved with the chance to also see dolphins splashing about in their natural habitat.
Not only can travelers operate motor vehicles on Port Aransas Beach, a rarity in the U.S., but you’ll also discover some of the best surf in Texas, regardless of skill level. In fact, countless first-time rides occurred within steps of Port A Escapes’ finest beachfront condos. Whether you’re an accomplished surfer or a self-proclaimed “kook,” you’ll quickly discover why so many experts believe Port Aransas boasts the best surfing conditions along Texas’s Gulf Coast.
Golfers will discover a handful of the Lonestar State’s most beloved links-style courses. While links-style designs lack water hazards and towering trees, they require much more accuracy due to infrequent wind gusts and elongated rough. That being said, they’re visual delights that help make any challenge seem dauntless. Let’s start our Port Aransas area golf course guide here on Mustang Island at the always spellbinding Palmilla Beach Golf Course.
Port Aransas, Texas, is full of aquatic surprises. You don’t need to travel all the way to SeaWorld to meet a pod of friendly, curious, and deniably beautiful Atlantic bottlenose dolphins. Approximately 60 dolphins reside in Port Aransas Bay’s teal water, primarily near the Lydia Ann Channel. Contrary to popular belief, most dolphin tours in Port Aransas run throughout the year. These slippery, giggly pods never swim south, as these waters remain at idyllic temperatures, even in the heart of “winter.”
Port A Escapes has a fleet of gulf-view condos and homes that are steps from private beach acreage, where the teal sea meets the powdery shoreline. Port Aransas Beach itself spans approximately 6.3 miles along Mustang Island’s salty coastline. This idyllic stretch of Texas coastline allures growing families, casual beachgoers, and aquatic aficionados alike. In an effort to provide a better understanding of our wind-swept haven, we’ve compiled a handy Port Aransas Beach day guide.
Mementos (and photographs) are oftentimes the only way to commemorate a successful vacation adequately. Here at Port A Escapes, we appreciate the various shops, boutiques, and studios that line the streets of downtown Port Aransas. The eclectic Port Aransas shopping district is intertwined with popular restaurants, quiet parks, and various rental outposts.
A common way to explore the many crevices of Mustang Island, especially amongst couples, is via a tandem kayak. Thus, many visitors often ask our team about reserving an affordable, full-day Port Aransas kayak rental. Thankfully, three local outfitters have you covered in terms of aquatic excitement, all of which are a short walk, bicycle ride, or drive from Port A Escapes’ most desirable condos and homes.
Sand is said to be “optional,” but here at Port A Escapes, we understand that the beach is an integral aspect of the overall endeavor. Before we dive into this summer reading “challenge,” it’s important to note that we have a small fleet of Port Aransas beachfront condos. When you choose Port A, you’ll only be steps away from deep relaxation along the Gulf of Mexico’s sugary banks!
The most popular way to explore the island and its picturesque cities is via an affordable, state-of-the-art Port Aransas golf cart rental. As you can imagine, this skinny isle only has so many roads. Thus, travelers choose to motor around inside a cart, effectively providing nearly unlimited access to the island’s beaches and streets.
The preferred method of exploration remains deep-sea fishing, especially for those who equally enjoy relaxation and sport, with a hint of sophistication. Luckily for your group, most of Port A Escapes’ divine condos and homes are a short walk or bicycle ride from the top three Port Aransas fishing guides.