Alki Beach à Seattle

2648 59th Avenue Southwest

Alki Beach

Alki Beach is one of the top tourist destinations in Seattle, Washington. Located on the west side of Elliott Bay in the West Seattle neighborhood, Alki Beach offers stunning views of downtown Seattle and the Olympic Mountains. The beach has a rich historical background dating back to the mid-1800s when it was the site of the first white settlement in the Seattle area. Today, Alki Beach serves as a popular spot for picnicking, sunbathing, biking, and kayaking. Visitors can also enjoy restaurants, shops, and coffee houses along the promenade.

One of the most fascinating aspects of Alki Beach is the Alki Point Lighthouse, built in 1913. The lighthouse is located at the southern point of Alki Beach and is still in operation, providing navigational aid to vessels passing through Elliott Bay. Another popular attraction on Alki Beach is Statue of Liberty Plaza, which features a bronze replica of the Statue of Liberty created by artist Alonzo Victor Lewis. The statue was given to Seattle in 1952 by the Boy Scouts of America to commemorate the city's centennial. For those who enjoy water sports, Alki Beach is an excellent destination for kayaking and stand-up paddleboarding. Rentals and guided tours are available from local shops, and the calm waters of Elliott Bay provide a great opportunity for beginners to learn the basics.

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