Welcome to our selection of holiday rentals in Alabama.
Located in the southeastern United States of America, Alabama is known (albeit unofficially) as the Yellowhammer State after the Alabama State Bird and also the 'Heart of Dixie'.
While visiting Alabama, why don't you visit the capital city of Montgomery, where you can find the museum dedicated to the late country singer Hank Williams, or even head over to Birmingham, Alabama, and climb a tower all the way upwards to see a 56 foot high tower statue of a pagan Roman god called Vulcan.
If sports are your thing, you have plenty of choices in Alabama, there is Ice Hockey, Arena Football, Soccer or Baseball at the famous Hank Aaron Stadium, named after the famous Alabama born baseball player.
Looking for more relaxing pastimes then why not visit LAFEYETTE, where you can enjoy a spot of fishing, if you prefer a rifle to a rod, why not pick one up so you can enjoy some hunting, or you can even head to a golf course, or even to the racecourse and enjoy a NASCAR race.
At the present time we are sorry but we do not have any holiday rentals available in Alabama.
Things to do
Noccalula Falls Park
The Noccalula Falls Park is the perfect place for those who enjoy nature and beautiful scenery. Naturally the main attraction of the park is the waterfall after which the park is named. However this is not the only thing visitors can enjoy here, there is also a miniature golf course and a petting zoo. There is also a replica of the C.P. Huntington Train, which makes regular trips around the park, perfect for families with young children.
Oak Mountain State Park
Alabama’s largest state park is the Oak Mountain State Park with almost 10,000 acres. The Park offers visitors, not only some of Alabama’s most beautiful scenery but also a range of activities for those who love the outdoors. There are over 50 miles of trails for hiking or biking through. Those who love the water can enjoy a spot of fishing in a small boat or go canoeing and spend time on a beach area. The park also offers a stunning 18 hole golf course.
The Birmingham Botanical Gardens
Birmingham plays host to the Birmingham Botanical Gardens, with over 10,000 plants. The Gardens cover over 67 acres with 25 themed gardens. The Gardens are a wonderful attraction for visitors of all ages. Admission is free so it’s well worth a visit.
The Sloss Furnaces
Once a Blast Furnace for producing pig iron, the Sloss Furnaces are now a National Historic Landmark and museum of industry. The site also hosts a metal arts program and is a venue for festivals and concerts. Each year the site attracts visitors for Halloween who come to see what is said to be a haunted place and are given a ‘ghost tour’ of the site.
Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport - Alabama's largest airport based in the south east of the state outside Birmingham.
Huntsville International Airport - Situated in the North of Alabama 14 kilometeres south of Huntsville.
Alabama State Capital - Montgomery
Birmingham, Mobile, Huntsville
Alabama has hot summers and mild winters with the South of the State being warmed by the Gulf Stream. In the summer in Alabama temperatures average is 32°C, Winter temperatures reach their low between 0-4°C. Alabama is a state with some extreme weather, Thunderstorms and Tornados are frequent, but appear at different times of year from the northern to the southern regions.
Alabama is located in the south-eastern United States and shares boarders with Florida, Georgia, Tennessee and Mississippi. Alabama also has a short coastal stretch along the Gulf of Mexico. Alabama has several airports for regional and international visitors. Its two International Airports are the Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport, in Alabama’s largest city Birmingham and the Huntsville International Airport located in the north of the state.