better known as The Seawall, was designed and constructed
shortly after the 1900
storm to protect the Island's residents and properties
from another devastating Hurricane.
feet above the mean tide, the Seawall stretches west for more
than 10 miles from near the island's eastern edge.
The Seawall is a popular attraction for walkers, joggers and
tourists alike, the Seawall is a low-key version of Atlantic
City's Boardwalk or Southern California's Venice Beach. The
Seawall offers numerous restaurants, hotels, shopping, surfing,
fishing piers, safe swim beaches and tons of activities and
fun for all ages.