Savannah's palpable charm can quell even the most restless of minds. Whether you immerse yourself in this Georgia town's rich history or stroll the Spanish moss-filled squares, you'll quickly feel all of your stresses drift away.
The best way to relax in this Arkansas town is to take advantage of its namesake hot springs at a local bath house.
Thanks in part to its excellent year-round weather, Sanibel Island is a relaxing vacation destination during any season.
Kennebunkport is a popular vacation spot for many East Coast-based travelers – and with its beautiful scenery and quiet beaches, it's easy to see why.
Nantucket's laid-back atmosphere and isolated beachfront setting will instantly calm you. When you're not biking along the Massachusetts island's cobblestone streets.
Escaping the hustle and bustle of everyday life is a guarantee with a trip to Isle of Palms in South Carolina.
Pack a picnic with some snacks and drinks and spend the day lounging on your blanket before admiring the sinking sun as you enjoy the warmth of a beach bonfire.
Once home to wealthy families like the Vanderbilts and the Astors, Newport, Rhode Island, now beckons to travelers who want to unwind by the water.
Martha's Vineyard is best known by some as a Massachusetts hideaway for the rich and famous, including former President Barack Obama and actors Bill Murray and Reese Witherspoon, but that's not the island's only draw.
Golfing at the many scenic courses on Kiawah Island and relaxing on the locale's miles-long stretches of sand are the best ways to enjoy this South Carolina destination.