By: Sahil Luthra
Located north of Mexico across the Rio Grande, Boca Chica is a serene and laid-back Texas beach destination. Boca Chica may lack the bells and whistles of other beach towns
Situated about 30 miles southeast of Corpus Christi, Padre Island National Seashore stretches across 70 miles of beaches, dunes and tidal flats.
Once considered a premier spring break destination, South Padre Island's beaches now welcome families in droves. The island's Gulf of Mexico vistas, affordable accommodations
barrier island located just east of Corpus Christi, Mustang Island is a favorite beach destination for families and active travelers. Surfing and camping are popular things to do at this beach
Rockport Beach overlooks Aransas Bay in southeastern Texas. At this crescent-shaped beach, vacationers will find volleyball courts, picnic tables and a pier that's a hot spot for fishing.
rystal Beach sits on the Bolivar Peninsula, which separates Galveston Bay from the Gulf of Mexico. The beach's secluded location (accessible by ferry from Galveston) means that its ratio of hermit crabs to beachgoers is often quite distinct.
While many travelers staying in Corpus Christi make daytrips to the shorelines that surround it, the city boasts its own beaches, too. McGee Beach – a small, clean option within walking distance of downtown
Although the boardwalk at Lighthouse Beach is currently closed to repair damage caused by Hurricane Harvey, the popular beach in Port Lavaca still warrants a visit.
Texas' Colorado River flows more than 800 miles southeast across the state until it empties into the Gulf of Mexico by Matagorda Bay Nature Park.
It's hardly surprising that the beach serves as the primary attraction in this small town located 40 miles southwest of Galveston
Travelers hoping to take in the natural beauty of San José Island will need to embark on a short ferry ride from Port Aransas, which sits about 40 miles northeast of Corpus Christi.