Explore 17 miles of this beautiful beach where you can take a dip in the clear blue waters, the children can play by the shore, or you can go shopping in the island's exquisite shops and boutiques. Adventure seekers can also go bike riding, hiking, horseback riding, snorkeling, fishing and parasailing. Dine with the family at some of the island's five-star restaurants for a gastronomic Rhode Island experience.
Are you seeking the thrill of a lifetime? Visit the Newport Cliff Walk, a popular tourist destination that combines the natural beauty of the Newport shoreline with exquisite architectural history. This walk is unique because it is a National Recreation Trail in a National Historic District. Pass at your own risk, wear the proper shoes and fill your satisfaction for adventure.
Known as the grandest of Newport's summer cottages, here you can tour the Breakers and have a feel of what it is like to live the life of high society men and women during the Gilded Age. Take the Servant Life Tour to discover how it was life on the other side. Group tours and personal tours also take you to the Chateau-Sur-Mer, Hunter House, and the Green Animals Topiary among others.
Your Rhode Island experience would not be complete without a visit to WaterFire. Here you can enjoy yourself, relax and discover a whole new urban experience. Wine and dine with your family for the best cuisine in Providence, go on Historical tours and visit the different Arts and Culture attractions.
Newport is known as the home of Doris Duke, a world-renowned heiress, philanthropist and art collector. This is where you will discover the artist she is as you explore her estate. You will marvel at French furniture, European art, Chinese porcelains and other collections from her travels. Experience the life of a 20th century heiress by making the Rough Point tour a part of your Rhode Island visit.
If you want a relaxing vacation, then consider Rhode Island. The Ocean State may be small, but it has just as much to offer visitors as any other part of the United States. The multiple inlets and large bays not only gave the state its nickname, but...