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Atlantis Inn
154 Rehoboth Ave
Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971
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Beaches & Boardwalks

Rehoboth Beach and Boardwalk - Listed as the "Best of America" in two categories in Reader's Digest and voted "One of the Top Ten (10) Beaches" in the U.S., Rehoboth Beach and Boardwalk are renowned for their charm, beauty and accessibility. The extensive beach and 1.2 mile boardwalk are located at the end of Rehoboth Avenue and features concerts at the Bandstand, limitless shopping opportunities and world-class dining. Rehoboth does not charge any fees to access the beach. Handicap-accessible "Beachwheels" are available for Rehoboth Beach visitors at Maryland Avenue and the Boardwalk from 9am-5pm during the summer season.

Bethany Beach and Boardwalk - Located in the "Quiet Resorts," Bethany Beach boasts a newly replenished beach, doubling it's size! Bethany Beach also features a beautiful boardwalk right in the heart of the downtown business district, convenient to shopping, dining and other recreation activities. Bethany Beach is approximately 10 miles south of Rehoboth Beach.

Lewes - The town of Lewes is located just north of Rehoboth Beach and is the oldest town in the state of Delaware. The town serves as home to the Cape Henlopen State Park, which features hundreds of acres of parklands, access to guarded beaches, bike and hiking trails, a nature center and so much more! There is a fee to enter the state park. The charge differs between in-state and out-of-state vehicles, but it is a nominal charge given the additional park amenities. Lewes is also home to Lewes Beach, which is situated on the Delaway Bay and offers fewer people and small waves as compared to the ocean. There is no charge to access Lewes Beach; however, metered parking is required.

Fenwick Island - Generations of families have grown up on the Fenwick Island beach swimming, body surfing, building sand castles and chasing seagulls. Fenwick Island has been known as "Fisherman's Paradise" for over 75 years, and fishermen can be seen daily on the beach at sunrise casting for bluefish, rockfish, and flounder. There is no charge to access the beach in Fenwick Island; however, metered parking may be required.

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