Area Info

Orange Beach is located right on Alabama’s Gulf Coast between Gulf Shores to the west and Perdido Key, Florida to the east. Although this area used to be very small and relatively unknown, recent years have seen it expand into one of the Gulf Coast’s hottest destinations! In fact, all of Baldwin County has been growing and is quickly becoming one of the greatest places to live in the country. Orange Beach’s Gulf-front condominiums attract visitors, investors, and buyers from all over the country, most of which leave with nothing but good things to say about this beautiful coastal community. Aside from luxurious waterfront condominiums, Orange Beach’s Ono Island community has become an extremely popular choice when buying or building a home here. Perhaps the most popular destination in Orange Beach is the world-famous Flora-Bama Lounge & Oyster Bar, which hosts huge annual events such as the Tri-State Mullet Toss and offers live music every night to go along with your cold drinks and fresh seafood.

Orange Beach is every water-lover’s dream! Besides the beautiful Gulf of Mexico, Orange Beach is home to numerous bodies of water and a number of canals running through many areas in Orange Beach. The Old River, Perdido Pass, and Bayou St. John are some of the most popular areas for fishing and boating enthusiasts. As any local will tell you, nothing beats boating around Robinson and Bird Islands with a cold drink and friends before heading to one of the numerous area restaurants for fresh seafood. Many of the condominiums and water-front homes in this area have boat slips available for residents and guests who either bring their own boats or charter one when they get here.

Regency Isle is located in East Orange Beach, very close to the Flora-Bama and a number of the city’s other popular condominiums. Regency Isle sits between the Broadmoor and Phoenix IX condos, right on the Gulf of Mexico and just steps away from the Old River. Right across the street is the Bella Luna condominium, as well. Like Phoenix X, Regency Isle offers views of both the Gulf of Mexico and Old River, with Ono Island in the distance.