The Texas coast, for most is majorly dominated by its beautiful beaches, but on the whole, there are a plenty of places to see and visit along the coast.
South Padre Island
Spring breakers come in abundance to the popular party place of the Texas Coast, for spending their vacation on the white sand beach!
Pop up to the top of the historic Port Isabel Lighthouse and see the whole of South Padre Island.
The historic coastal town is popular for the annual sandcastle competition at the East beach, and the non stop entertainment at the Galveston Island.
At Moody Gardens, immerse yourself in the educational and interactive learning, that offers a great deal of entertainment to kids and family.
Indulge in the city life and explore the escapades at the beach, in the largest city on the Texas coast.
Retired and docked at Corpus Christi Bay is the USS Lexington. The WWII aircraft carrier is now a exhibit museum showcasing the history of the war.
Relax with your partner at the most romantic beach town of the Texas Coast that has about 65 quaint picnic area with shades.
Texas Gulf Coast is super enriched with the Lone Star State's nautical history, that is on display at the Texas Maritime Museum in Rockport.
Welcome to the largest barrier island of Texas, which happens to be the world's longest barrier island. With its immaculate beaches it is home to the Padre Island National Seashore.
At Padre Island National Seashore, a well preserved 70-mile coastline, watching sea turtles returning to their homes can be a fun way to spend time!
Get a quick escape from the crowd, and experience the quaint town's quiet and peaceful 18 miles of sandy beach.
Beaches of the Texas Coast
Flanked by tourists from all over, the 350-mile, long stretch of Texas Gulf Coast is essentially a Beach Paradise. Take a walk on the Pleasure Pier, or relax with your feet in the sandy beach of South Padre Island.