Measuring a mere 0.1 square miles, this six-street town is often referred to as "the Williamsburg of Alabama," and is on the National Register of Historic Places.
Don't forget your boat — this small coastal port is only accessible only by air or sea.
The famous "red rocks" that appear to glow in the setting sun bring hundreds of tourists to the sandstone formations every year.
Don't discount this rural beauty — Batesville made the cut in by Norman Crampton.
This tiny seaport on Catalina Island feels more like a Mediterranean getaway than a West Coast Beach.
It's more than just a ski town — this Rocky Mountain hamlet also offers hiking, fishing, and white water rafting in the summertime, too.
Home to the nation's largest maritime museum, the colonial-era village also houses a large — and the .
This circa-1651 town hosted the Colonial Assembly when they voted to separate from Britain in 1776, an occasion still celebrated in today.
It neighbors the most bio-diverse lagoon in the Northern hemisphere, so it's only fitting that Stuart also boasts the Florida Oceanographic Coastal center.
One of Georgia's "Golden Isles," this island was voted the most romantic town and favorite beach town by Travel + Leisure Magazine in 2014.
Paia previously functioned as a plantation village but now serves a shopping mecca for the island of Maui.
Ketchum's motto — "Small town, big life" — fits the adventure-seekers who come here to fish, hike, and ski.
With only a population of 3,429, Galena counts itself as home to President Ulysses S. Grant and eight other Civil War generals.