beachside

beach·side

 (bēch′sīd′)
adj.
Situated on or along a beach.

beachside

(ˈbiːtʃˌsaɪd)
adj
situated near a beach
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Fancy having a break away at a beautiful beachside location?
BEACHSIDE memorials and religious services were held across Asia yesterday to mark the 10th anniversary of the Indian Ocean tsunami that left more than 250,000 people dead in one of modern history's worst natural disasters.
e singer, famous for hits including Ace of Spades, has taken it back to his beachside home in California.
The new restriction is the latest action taken by the property's new owner, Dean Morehouse of Beachside Associates, reports The Virgin Islands Daily News (Jan.
TURN KEY BEACHSIDE RESTAURANT WITH SELLER FINANCING, seats 180, walk to ocean, corner exposure with traffic light, total building remodeled and improvements 2011.
com)-- Bradley den Dulk, the owner of Beachside Vacation Rentals, was looking to expand his customer base and get his company in front of highly targeted people interested in renting vacation homes in Southern California.
buried her 32-week-old baby at the beachside a day after she delivered her on January 1, said Senior Chief Prosecutor Mohammad Ali Rustom on Saturday.
Travel Business Review-April 26, 2011--Hilton Sandestin Beach Golf Resort Announces Opening of New Barefoot's Beachside Bar and Grill(C)2011] ENPublishing - http://www.
Up to 70 locals gathered at the Beachside estate in Riverchapel, Courtown, Co Wexford, as speculation mounted the sex beast, 45, was living in a house in Beachside Walk.
THIS is what a Redcar beachside arts and media centre, inspired by young people, is set to look like.
Serviluz, their beachside bairro, is a typical Brazilian favela, or shantytown, located on the outskirts of Fortaleza in northeast Brazil.