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Make Florence your next getaway—choose from 36 great vacation rentals

The living is good in Florence, Oregon. With a charming downtown, easy access to amazing sandy beaches, and impressive sightseeing just outside of town, Florence is bigger than the average coastal town; over 6,000 lucky residents call this town home year-round, and you can join them in your cozy vacation rental. This charming town on the Oregon Coast has a friendly and slower-paced atmosphere that puts visitors instantly at ease.

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Marty's Lakehouse on the Coast 3D Tour
2 Bed | 2.5 Bath | Sleeps 6

Marty's Lakehouse on the Coast - Florence, OR

From $192
Fisherman's Cottage 3D Tour
0 Bed | 1 Bath | Sleeps 2

Fisherman's Cottage - Florence, OR

From $79
BLK Beach House 3D Tour
2 Bed | 1 Bath | Sleeps 6

BLK Beach House - Florence, OR

From $100
Rhody Apartment 3D Tour
1 Bed | 1 Bath | Sleeps 2

Rhody Apartment - Florence, OR

From $120
Lake Haven 3D Tour
2 Bed | 2 Bath | Sleeps 6

Lake Haven - Florence, OR

From $130

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Recent Florence vacation rental reviews

Cathy A. | May 2022
The love in this home shines through every room. Decor is back in the 80's, however when your on vacation it's ok to go back in time and enjoy life's special moments. Plenty of rooms and beds for family and friends to get together, unwind, cook and do all of these with a view from every window. Awesome inside hot tub for 2 people and they had plenty of towels in every bathroom for your needs! Definitely will be back!!
Dori S. | May 2022
Great spot, unique and private.
Matt L. | May 2022

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Book confidently. Stay comfortably.
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Where is Florence, OR?

North of Dunes City and just south of Hecata Beach, Florence sits on the Siuslaw River, separated from the Pacific by the northern end of the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area. Wind-sculpted mountains of sand stretch for forty miles south, making a gorgeous backdrop for unusual activities such as dune-buggy-riding and sand boarding; or, simply take a blanket and a beach chair to enjoy some of the coast's most beautiful beaches.

Things to do in Florence

For a different kind of scenery, head north from your Florence vacation rental about 12 miles to one of the Coast's most photographed spots: the elegant Heceta Head lighthouse at the stunning Devil's Elbow State Park. Nearby, the wildlife viewing made possible at the Sea Lion Caves will win over even those normally skeptical of roadside attractions. Back in Florence, the historic Old Town is a delightful waterfront business district, home to restaurants, antique shops, art galleries, and a history museum.

Restaurants in Florence

Eating well is not difficult in Florence. Plenty of seafood restaurants, chowder houses, and cafes line Bay Street, but make a special point to stop for the crab-encrusted halibut at local favorite The Waterfront Depot. The best beer list in town is found at the laid-back Beachcomber Pub, or for something less potent, grab a cup of freshly-roasted coffee at Siuslaw River Coffee Roasters and enjoy the waterfront views from the patio.

Day trips from Florence

Florence is 61 miles from Eugene, about 120 miles to Salem, and just over 160 miles to Portland. Within two hours, visitors can be exploring the aquarium in Newport, enjoying the vistas of Cape Perpetua near Yachats, or golfing at the famous Bandon Dunes; but in all fairness, Florence herself offers plenty to keep the whole family busy, happy, and well-fed! Book your perfect vacation rental on the Oregon Coast today.