The beach can make for a great, relaxing setting for a professional masseuse to set up shop.
It can also be a great location for an outdoor yoga class. So you can set your yoga business apart by offering beachside classes.
Beach weddings are also popular in a lot of locations. So you could offer your services as a wedding officiant who specializes in beachside services.
You can also provide wedding entertainment services if you can play live music or even serve as a disc jockey.
Another wedding and event related business, you can offer rentals like tables, chairs and canopies specifically for beach weddings.
Food trucks allow you to set up shop basically anywhere — including the beach.
If you want to offer a really practical service for tourists, you can start a laundry business for those who are taking extended trips and don’t have access to laundry at their accommodations.
You can also offer a delivery service where you bring carryout or groceries to travelers who don’t have their own vehicles.
Or you can start a transportation service to drive around those tourists to their various destinations.
If your beach town is popular with international travelers, you can start a business where you offer translation services to travelers or local businesses.
Beach towns are often home to a lot of different events. So you can offer event planning services, specializing in beach events.
If you want to spend time at the beach and work with kids, you could start a beachside summer camp offering a variety of outdoor activities.
Or you could focus on an older audience and offer beachside corporate retreats that include lots of outdoor time.
And since beach towns often clear out significantly during the winter months, you could make a pretty decent living by house sitting for those homeowners while they’re out of town and — of course — spend the rest of your time at the beach!
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