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Price and Availability Index in Sandbridge
Vacation Rental Price Information in Sandbridge
This graph displays the average prices for the next twelve months in Sandbridge. Prices reach their highest point in July, where prices are an average of $812 a night (7/6 - 7/13). However, in October (10/5 - 10/12), prices decrease to an average of $329 per night.
Rental Availability Information in Sandbridge
Check how busy Sandbridge is with our availability graph. The busiest time to book a rental in Sandbridge so far is in December (12/22 - 12/29), where only 27% rentals are available. October (10/26 - 11/2) has got the highest percentage of available rentals.
The Weather in Sandbridge
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your vacation. July is the warmest month of the year in Sandbridge with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 89°. On the contrary, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is September.
Sun, sand and Monet await you at your Sandbridge beach rental
From glass blowing to pirate adventures, Sandbridge vacation homes offer more than idyllic beaches (though of course, golden sand and sunshine await you too). Frolic with dolphins in the surf, or take to the skies at the Military Aviation Museum, there's so much to do in Sandbridge.
Chrysler Museum of Art
Not far from your vacation home, you will find the works of the world's greatest artists, from Vermeer to Monet, at the celebrated Chrysler Museum of Art. Explore a vast collection of art and artifacts spanning centuries and movements. The Glass Studio is an exciting addition to the museum, allowing visitors to have a go at blowing glass as artists explain the craft's processes and history.
Captain Jack's Pirate Ship
Shiver me timbers! Don your eye patches and scowls as you board Captain Jack's ship. Your fellow crew members show you the ropes as you set sail and learn about vintage pirate weaponry, hear yarns about the legendary pirates in these waters, and get involved in the endless games and activities that await aboard ship.
Sublime sights of Sandbridge
This quiet, family-orientated beach is also known as the 'Outer Banks of Virginia'. Stretching for five miles, the golden-hued sands welcome you with vistas of ocean, dolphin sightings, horses, and beautiful duny cliffs. It's also a great surf beach with gentle rip currents and moderate waves throughout the summer season.
Military Aviation Museum
Discover the history of flight at this spectacular museum. Take a guided tour through the huge hangars to see the museum's military aircrafts and exhibits from both world wars. Learn about technological developments and their impacts from friendly experts.
Virginia Beach Boardwalk
Three miles of boardwalk are the scene for all that's happening around town at Virginia Beach. Rollerblading, biking, and of course strolling down the boardwalk, you're in the middle of it all. Live performances, vendors, restaurants, and nautical sculptures cross your path. Pay your respects to a 12 ton bronze statue of Neptune who, after all, made Virginia Beach so fun.
First Landing State Park
Land among endless opportunities for leisure at First Landing on Cape Henry. The park is almost 3000 acres of natural playground where you can hike, bike, and boat to your heart's content. Swim and fish in Cape Henry or gather round the campfire with smores and good stories for the ultimate back to nature experience.
Cape Henry Lighthouse
1792 was the year of construction for this monumental edifice. It has stood sentinel at the mouth of Chesapeake Bay, near the 'First Landing' point of the English settlers in 1607, ever since. Its ergonomic design was the work of John McComb, and its construction was authorized by none other than George Washington.
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