Honeymooning on the Mornington Peninsula – Our Guide

2018-03-14 22:31:29

Honeymooning on the Mornington Peninsula – Our Guide

Honeymooning on the Mornington Peninsula – Our Guide

Finding the perfect honeymoon destination takes more than looking at a few pamphlets or websites. In most cases, the advertisement does not match the value and the service you will find. 

Are you in the process of looking for a honeymoon getaway? Look no further than the Mornington Peninsula, which has various destinations, hotels and luxury accommodation that have garnered over 4.0 stars out of 5 stars on Trip Advisor. Here is our guide for honeymooning on the Mornington Peninsula, on the South Eastern half of the breathtaking Port Phillip Bay.

Mornington Peninsula

The Peninsula has protected bays and the mighty Pacific Ocean to the south with breathtaking beaches, golf courses with sweeping ocean views, some of the best vineyards, and Victoria’s most popular National Park. It also offers year-round magnificent coastal views, and various activities you indulge in while honeymooning at Mornington Peninsula. 

Nature Lovers

The Peninsula offers honeymooners and other holidaymakers more than 60 different wineries for wine connoisseurs. You can sample Chardonnay, Pinot Gris, and Pinot Noir. A majority of the wineries are located at Red Hill, but you can explore over a dozen further north on the Peninsula at Dromana, Moorooduc, and Mount Martha. 

More so, Arthurs Seat, Red Hill, and the surrounding hills have farms, vineyards, and orchards where you can get in touch with nature sampling fresh, organic vegetables and fruits as soon as you enter the gates, as well as bond with your spouse picking strawberries. You can also go on a shopping spree at the Red Hill fresh produce and crafts market held on the morning of the first Saturday of every month from September to May.

Golf Lovers

While most honeymooners envision of spending the entire time in each other’s company at the beach or in a spa, the Mornington Peninsula offers a wide variety of activities. The Peninsula has golf courses on the water’s edge with magnificent year-round ocean views, and you can improve your swing and meet other holidaymakers from around the world, better yet, you can learn the game with your spouse. You can tee off at Moonah Links, the infamous home of the Australian Open at Dunes Links Layout at Rye, or at the scenic Flinders Golf Course that overlooks the beach as well as at Bass Strait. 

Foster the Love on the Open Spaces

Mornington Peninsula has breathtaking sunsets, and sunrises, as well as the majestic sun-kissed landscape that you cannot resist to indulge. You can get outdoors, sail, surf, fish for bream, as well as swim with seals or dolphins. The Peninsula offers scenic routes to take romantic walks especially along the basalt cliffs of Cape Schanck, cycle to the lighthouse, watch kangaroos at Greens Bush, or go on an expedition at the labyrinth of fortifications and tunnels at Point Nepean. 

Sorrento is among the prettiest beach towns and offers some of the best day-trip spots for holidaymakers and honeymooners. It is the oldest settlement on the peninsula dotted with iconic historic buildings and National Trust sites such as the Collins Settlement Historic Site, Nepean Historical Society Museum with displays of authentic settler tools and aboriginal artifacts. 

Luxury Honeymoon Accommodation at Mornington Peninsula

You also get the best luxury accommodation at unbeatable prices that will make for easy resting after entire days touring the Peninsula. So if you are looking for a honeymoon that offers you privacy, romance and some quiet time with your new partner, contact Holiday Shacks today on 1300 161 780 or email us to learn more about our luxury accommodation properties. 

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