Welcome to Alabama, where you can enjoy the beautiful white sand and sparkling emerald water of the Alabama beaches. 

Where you can see breathless views at Alabama's unique rock formations and steep cliffs. 

Where you can stroll acres of camellias, azaleas, dogwoods, daylilies, hydrangeas, mums and rare native species; or wander through bogs and backwoods to find some of the South's most abundant and fascinating wildflowers. 

Where you can stand on the edge of a cliff overlooking the Tennessee River and hit a tee shot over what seems to be a bottomless ravine. Stand on a bluff hovering above the Alabama River and watch your drive seemingly sail through the clouds then fall to a ribbon of fairway 200 feet below. Stand in the fairway and aim at twin greens dissected by an 80-foot waterfall.

 

These are the kind of breathtaking shots you'll find up and down the world-famous Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail in Alabama.

Where any history buff can spend weeks exploring the rich heritage of Alabama and US history, everywhere from Civil Rights to Civil War.

Where you can dine in extravagant splendor, or grab a quick bite at a down to earth homestyle Alabama restaurant. And where you can get away to a small intimate bed-and-breakfast, or stay in an ultramodern lodging property.

The Alabama Restaurant and Hospitality Alliance invites you to explore the riches of Alabama, dine in our restaurants, and enjoy a leisurely stay at one of our lodging properties.
 


Featured Destinations/Travel Resources

Alabama Tourism Department

 

 

Alabama Mountain Lakes Tourist Association

 

Gulf Coast Tourism

 

Find a great place to stay while enjoying your stay in Alabama, the home of Southern Hospitality.

Ready for a great meal? Choose for a great selection of resturants you will only find in Alabama.

April 5. Noble Street Festival, Anniston. Join thousands of others and watch world-class pro bicycle racing in the Sunny King Criterium; feel the beat of live music in the Hot Blast Music Cafe; exhaust your kids in the Scion kid zone; and run for a cause.

Alabama Music Hall of Fame. Dedicated to honoring Alabama's music achievers. Memorabilia from careers of Alabamians such as Tammy Wynette, Lionel Richie, Emmylou Harris, the group ALABAMA, The Commodores, Nat King Cole, W.C. Handy, Hank Williams, and more.