Oregon Beach Rentals + Romantic Viewpoints = A Perfect Valentine’s Getaway

With so many beautiful Oregon beach rentals situated along the state’s central coastline, Lincoln City might just be the perfect destination for a romantic getaway. And with Valentine’s Day falling on a Saturday this year, it’s the perfect occasion to take your sweetheart out of town for the weekend. We’ve got you covered with a large selection of fully-equipped and elegantly designed Oregon vacation rentals featuring luxurious amenities such as gourmet kitchens, wood fireplaces, jet tubs, and views of the ocean from your private deck. With the accommodations booked, you won’t have to walk or drive far to find some of the romantic spots that are the coast’s best kept secrets. And don’t worry, we’ve got you covered there too. Here are a few of the most romantic spots to take your date on the Oregon Coast:
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The Maxwell Point Tunnel of Oceanside
While Oceanside is a popular area of the Oregon Coast, the tunnel that goes through Maxwell Point is much less traveled. The tunnel itself is dark and mysterious, but once you make it to the other side you’ll find one of the most unspoiled beaches around with access to a variety of hidden areas perfect for cuddling.
The Oregon Coast’s Famous Viewpoints
There are few things as romantic as a private ocean viewpoint, especially if you’re lucky to catch the sunset as the rays of light disappear into the Pacific skyline. Try these spots and you’re sure to set the mood:
·      Cape Foulweather. Don’t let the name fool you; there’s nothing foul about this spot near Depoe Bay, which is just a stone’s throw from many of the Oregon vacation beach rentals in Lincoln City. You’ll enjoy unobstructed views to the north and south.
·      Cape Perpetua. A few miles south of Yachats and you’ll find one of the most breathtaking coastal views. If you brave the windy roads to the top, you won’t be disappointed. 
·      Jump-Off Joe. Drive to the end of NW 11th Street in Newport and you’ll find access to this unique and secluded spot with the remains of a condo that now looks more like a ruined castle.
·      Manzanita Overlook. You can see 40 miles southward and enjoy dramatic vistas from this stunning overlook that attracts lovers from miles around whether it’s Valentine’s Day or just a Tuesday afternoon.
The Pier at South Beach in Newport
If you make it to Newport, you should also make sure to take a romantic walk down the pier at South Beach. Just on the other side of the Yaquina Bay from Newport, you will find access to this pier after parking in the marina area near the south jetty. You may find a few crabbers around during the day, but once the sun starts to set you should have no problem finding a spot to yourselves for some sunset cuddling set to the sounds of distant waves. 
The Southern Tip of Cannon Beach
If you head just south of the Tolovana area of Cannon Beach, you’ll find that every street in this quaint neighborhood ends with access to the beach. Try to find the final one of these beach access points, because there you’ll also find one of the most secluded beach areas where you can walk underneath one of the many massive overlooks with stunning views and curious cliff formations.
All you need to do is book your beach vacation rentals. Oregon will do the rest with views like these.