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Newest lighthouses

Faro Cumplida - Whole lighthouse
Rental from $1732 Per night
The Lightkeepers Watch
Rental from $285 Per night

The Lightkeepers Watch

Wales, Newport 2 Sleeps, (New lighthouse)

Wings Neck Lighthouse
Rental from $456 Per night
Eilean Sionnach Lighthouse Cottage - sleeps 8
Rental from $493 Per night
Faro Cumplida - La Palma Suite
Rental from $354 Per night
Villa Lighthouse Prisnjak
Rental from $610 Per night

Villa Lighthouse Prisnjak

Croatia, Murter 6 Sleeps, (New lighthouse)

Faro Cumplida - Farero Suite
Rental from $720 Per night
Rental from $225 Per night


England, Helston 6 Sleeps, (2)

Recent reviews

Penda Cottage

Lovely cottage, fantastic location

Berend, England

Ameland Lighthouse Keeper's Cottage

What a great apartment, and if you opt in for the breakfast its a lot and super nice! Big assortment. Beds can be a little better. Furtherest, great stay !!   Super apartment and if you take breakfast: super much and very tasty. Something for everyone. Beds could indeed be better. Furthermore, nothing to criticize

Willemijn, the Netherlands

Wolf Rock

Fantastic, very clean and warm. The hamper was full of treats and the property was great fun perfect for a family get away. I would recommend this to anyone!

Marcy, Scotland

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National Lighthouse Day August 7th

National Lighthouse Day August 7th

An American National Day not to be missed! Historical recap: annually celebrated on August 7 in the United States, National Lighthouse Day celebrates the importance of lighthouses in maritime navigation. The US Congress designated National Lighthouse Day on August 7, and it was first celebrated in 1989 marking the 200th anniversary of the signing of the Lighthouse Act.  Back in 1789, the First Congress of the newly-formed USA signed what started the establishment of a “Federal System of Lighthouses, Beacons, Buoys and Public Piers”. Indeed, the USA had to provide safe and navigable waterways in order to expand their maritime trade. After the Lighthouses Act was signed by George Washington, the Government created a network of State-owned aids to navigation.   One goal: getting recognition for the lighthouse legacy In 1988, President Ronald Reagan signed the Bill that made August 7 National Lighthouse Day. One of the instigators of this project, Congressman William J. Hughes, gave a

Fire Island Lighthouse, a home for wildlife and culture

Fire Island Lighthouse, a home for wildlife and culture

Fire Island’s cultural treasure alive and well When most of us think about lighthouses, we envision a bright light that guides mariners home. That is not all the lighthouses around the world do. Many of them are places of rich historical significance and some even environmental treasures. Fire Island’s Lighthouse on the west end of Fire Island, New York, is as much a treasure due to its functionality, as it is to its preservation of the wildlife that calls it home. The Keeper’s Quarters houses someone who does more than shine a light. Working hard, they keep the lighthouse in excellent shape and the animals call it home in just as good of a shape. You have to climb 182 steps, but it's worth the effort! (photo: Fire Island Lighthouse)  Majestic view over the ocean The tower is comprised of 182 steps that lead to one of the most beautiful scenic outlooks in the world. Not only are you privy to the majesty of the ocean around, if you look just ahead, you also get a vision of the Ne

The legend of the Alexandria Lighthouse

The legend of the Alexandria Lighthouse

The legend of the Alexandria Lighthouse   Usually we focus on actually existing lighthouses, but in this case we like to make an exception and discuss a lighthouse that has been lost many centuries ago: the Alexandrian Lighthouse. This forlorn beacon remains on the list of the most intriguing structures of the Ancient World and will appeal to all you lighthouse fans out there.   A Traveler's Delight well into the medieval period, people from all around the globe made the pilgrimage to Alexandria to sight see this amazing feat of architecture. Erected in the 3rd century, it was well ahead of its own time.   We would have loved to show a picture of the real lighthouse of Alexandria, but since that one has collapsed a long time ago we have to settle with this great lighthouse of Buchan Ness in Scotland.    One of the 7 wonders Just like most lighthouses, the vulnerability of its location subjected it to many natural disasters over the centuries, and it eventually met its demise and comple