A new report reveals where the most affordable towns with an ocean view are.
- Upgraded Points has just come out with their list of the most and least expensive beach towns in the U.S.
- Their team compared the average nightly and weekly cost of beachfront hotels and vacation homes in 75 popular beach towns across the country.
- Based on the average price of a weeklong stay, the most expensive beach town is Montauk, New York, where a one-week oceanfront stay will set you back $6,454.
- The least expensive is Cedar Key, Florida, where the average cost is $1,330 per week.
- Least expensive for South Carolina is Pawleys Island. It's only 80 dollars a week more to stay in Myrtle Beach making that the 2nd least expensive in the state and 9th overall.
The Top 10 Most Expensive Beach Towns
- Montauk, New York - $6,454 a week
- Southampton, New York - $6,391 a week
- East Hampton, New York - $6,178
- Malibu, California - $6,150
- Folly Beach, South Carolina - $5,943
- Kiawah Island, South Carolina - $5,576
- Lahaina, Hawaii - $4,946
- Laguna Beach, California - $4,564
- Key West, Florida - $4,547
- Solana Beach, California - $4,372
The 10 Least Expensive Beach Towns
- Cedar Key, Florida - $1,330
- Ocean Springs, Mississippi - $1,491
- Ocean Shores, Washington - $1,995
- Port Aransas, Texas - $2,048
- Galveston, Texas - $2,058
- Ocean City, Maryland - $2,097
- Pawleys Island, South Carolina - $2,160
- San Juan Island, Washington - $2,191
- Myrtle Beach, South Carolina - $2,240
- Bar Harbor, Maine - $2,254