Palmilla Beach boasts the first and only true Texas beach resort, the Palmilla Beach Resort & Golf Club. Play a round of golf, relax at the beach, and explore the beautiful bay. Nestled near the historic beach town of Port Aransas, Texas, Palmilla Beach offers world-class amenities
World-class amenities await in the lovely resort development of Palmilla Beach, Texas. Whether you’re looking to just kick back and relax in secluded, private luxury, or you’re seeking an adventure on the waters, Palmilla Beach will leave you completely refreshed.
The grand vision encompasses the beach, bay, marina access, and golf course. The 700 acres of property has evolved quickly, including the completion of multiple residential sites, the pool and amenities center, and Black Marlin Bar & Grill. Future development plans include a completed marina, multiple restaurants, retail, and much more. Palmilla Beach is the perfect escape for the entire family.
Palmilla Beach is a "True Texas Beach Resort", designed for your convenience and luxury. Enjoying the sand and ocean here at the beach means quiet, secure, and uncrowded beach time on the gorgeous Gulf of Mexico.
Here you will find one of the best courses in Texas. Play 18 holes surrounded by gorgeous coastal grasses and natural sand dunes with the sounds of Gulf waves nearby. The Palmilla Beach Golf Course is an Arnold Palmer Signature course which brings challenge along with ocean breezes.
A full menu awaits with delicious options at The Black Marlin. Whether you are craving calamari or wanting to binge on a burger, the Black Marlin has something to satisfy your taste buds. Try the spicy Tejano Burger or the Black & Bleu Burger, or opt for one of the numerous soups and salads available. Entrees here include Lobster Mac, Coconut Shrimp, Fish Tacos, and a classic Surf n' Turf of Filet Mignon and Shrimp, just to name a few.
The Port Aransas Museum opened in 2008 and is continually expanding their exhibits to help you look back in time when smugglers and pirates ruled these waters before it became a major shipping hug. This area, including the Aransas Pass, was thought to be nothing but sand bars 4,000 years ago, and has a rich history in Native American culture, Spanish exploration, and pirates.
Swashbuckling adventure awaits deck mates of all ages at Red Dragon Pirate Cruises. Enjoy music, dancing, and sword fighting as you cruise around Port Aransas and take in all the beautiful waters of the Gulf of Mexico. The 70 foot custom Pirate ship offers a unique experience for the entire family, including a fun "grub and grog" menu offering snacks and beverages. Plenty of rum and tequila drinks are available for a grown-up pirate adventure, too.