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Looking for top attractions in Virginia Beach around the Cerca Del Mar Motel, but not sure where to start? From Jungle Golf of Virginia Beach to Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge that make this property preferred choice for guest visiting these attractions.

Discover the best sights and activities close to Cerca Del Mar Motel with this top attractions list!

Jungle Golf of Virginia Beach

Looking for a new golf experience? Check out Jungle Golf of Virginia Beach! This unique course is set in the beautiful wetlands of Virginia Beach. The 18-hole course features five different types of terrain, including a marsh, swamp, and rainforest. There are also three water hazards to keep you on your toes. The professional staff is ready to help you get the most out of your experience, so don't be afraid to ask any questions. You'll love the challenging and unique golf course at Jungle Golf of Virginia Beach.

0.18 miles away

Splash House

Welcome to the splash house at Virginia Beach! Our indoor waterpark is the perfect place to cool off on a hot day. We have a variety of attractions to choose from, including a huge wave pool, a lazy river, and a crashing waterfall. We also have a variety of games to play on our spacious playground, including a giant inflatable slide and a toddler area. Our staff is always on hand to provide tips and advice on how to have the best time at our splash house. So come on down to Virginia Beach and enjoy some refreshing fun in the sun!

0.28 miles away

Virginia Beach Surf & Rescue Museum

The Virginia Beach Surf & Rescue Museum is a must-see for anyone visiting the city. The museum tells the story of the Ocean Rescue Team and its history as a volunteer organization. The exhibits also feature artifacts and memorabilia from past rescue operations. Visitors can learn about the dangers of surfing and the team's efforts to save people in distress.

0.34 miles away

Norwegian Lady

If you're looking for an exotic vacation destination, look no further than Virginia Beach, home to the Norwegian Lady. This luxurious ship offers guests an amazing array of activities and experiences to keep them busy during their stay. From fishing trips to golfing and spa treatments, there's something for everyone on the Norwegian Lady. And if you're feeling really adventurous, why not try out one of the ship's unique excursions? Whether you're interested in learning about traditional Norwegian culture or taking a trip to a beautiful local spot, the Norwegian Lady has something for you. So what are you waiting for? Plan your dream vacation with the Norwegian Lady already booked!

0.41 miles away

Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art

The Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art (VMOCA) is located in the heart of Virginia Beach on the campus of the University of Virginia. VMOCA is one of the most highly regarded museums in the state, and it offers a vast array of exhibitions and programs that explore contemporary art from around the world.

Since its opening in 1981, VMOCA has presented more than 1,000 exhibitions and hosted more than 2,000 events, including landmark shows by Andy Warhol, Cindy Sherman, and Sigmar Polke. The museum's current collection features approximately 4,500 works spanning five centuries of artmaking. Highlights include major paintings by Francis Bacon and Robert Mapplethorpe as well as pioneering video art by Bruce Nauman and Nam June Paik.

VMOCA's permanent collection is supplemented by an ever-changing array of special exhibitions exploring a wide range of topics. Recent highlights have included "Fashion Futures" featuring work by Christian Dior, Yves Saint Laurent, Hussein Chalayan, and Rei Kawakubo; "Forms That Flourish: The Art of Nature from medieval times to the present" featuring paintings and sculpture by artists such as Peter Paul Rubens and Albrecht Dürer; "The Age of Photography: 1945-1975" featuring photographs by Robert Frank, Diane Arbus, Nan Goldin, Garry Winogrand, and Garry Trudeau; "Threads: A Survey of Textile Art from Prehistory

0.46 miles away

Virginia Beach Bike Tours

If you're looking for a way to explore some of Virginia Beach's most scenic neighborhoods while getting some exercise, then bike tours are the perfect option. From easy excursions that take you along well-maintained paths to more challenging rides, there's a tour for everyone in the area.

Here are four of the best Virginia Beach bike tours

The Shorelines Bike Ride
This 3-hour tour starts off at the Crabbs Branch Nature Preserve and winds its way through picturesque neighborhoods before ending up at the Oceanfront. The route is challenging but mostly flat, so it's great for all levels of riders.

The Captain John Smith Trail Tour
This 4-hour ride takes you on a scenic journey through Virginia Beach's historic district, stopping at various points along the way to take in natural wonders like wetlands and salt marshes. There are plenty of hills, but they're short and not too steep.

The Outer Banks Bike Tour
This 3-hour ride takes you along the barrier island chain that separates North Carolina from Virginia Beach, passing by beaches and oceanfront towns like Nags Head and Kitty Hawk. The route is both scenic and challenging – make sure you have enough gas in your tank!

The Winthrop Bay Bike Tour
This 2-hour tour takes you on a leisurely ride around Winthrop Bay, one of Virginia Beach's most popular tourist destinations. The route is mostly flat, making it perfect for

0.65 miles away

Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center

The Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center (VAMSC) is a world-renowned aquarium and research institution located in Virginia Beach, Virginia. The VAMSC features more than 265,000 square feet of exhibition space and over 1 million gallons of marine conservation exhibits. The VAMSC's mission is to preserve and protect the maritime environment and its inhabitants through education.

The VAMSC houses the world's largest collection of salt water fish, the second largest collection of coral reef fishes, the world's third largest collection of amphibians and reptiles, as well as one of the world's largest collections of invertebrates. In addition to its permanent exhibits, the VAMSC regularly hosts traveling exhibitions from around the world.

The VAMSC offers educational programs for students from kindergarten through college level, including specialized programs for children with disabilities. The VAMSC also operates a research center that is home to a number of world-renowned aquatic biologists.

The VAMSC is open daily from 9:00am to 5:00pm (from May through September, the aquarium opens at 10:00am). Admission prices vary depending on the time of year; during school vacation periods (April 1 - May 31), admission is free for children under 12 years old.

1.89 miles away

Beach Park

Beach Park Virginia Beach is a popular spot for swimming, sunbathing, and relaxing. The park features a wide variety of amenities, including a children's play area and a beachfront promenade. There are also several restaurants and stores nearby, making it the perfect place to spend a day or weekend.

2.20 miles away

First Landing State Park

First Landing State Park preserves the first permanent English settlement on the Virginia coast. The park includes a restored 18th-century plantation house and gardens, as well as a visitor center with exhibits on the history of the area. There is also a nature trail and a beach.

4.67 miles away

Cape Henry Lighthouse

The Cape Henry Lighthouse is a historic lighthouse located on the tip of Cape Henry in Virginia Beach, Virginia. The lighthouse is the oldest existing lighthouse in the United States still in use. The lighthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and features an open-air museum that exhibits artifacts from the lighthouse's history.

5.59 miles away

Mount Trashmore Park

Mount Trashmore Park is a fun place to spend a day in Virginia Beach. There are many things to do here, including playing in the play area, hiking and biking trails, or simply taking in the beautiful views. The park is also home to a petting zoo, which is sure to please the kids.

8.16 miles away

Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge

The Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge is a 130-acre refuge located in Virginia Beach, Virginia. The refuge is home to a variety of wildlife, including bald eagles, osprey, and beaver. The refuge also features two miles of hiking trails, which are great for exploring the natural beauty of the area.

11.52 miles away

The Cerca Del Mar Motel is an excellent, budget-friendly accommodation that provides easy access to the city's most sought after attractions; book this Virginia Beach hotel today!


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