Virtual Learning & Remote Work

A Guide to Virtual Learning and Remote Work in Gulf Shores, Alabama

With school and work still remote for many people, now is the perfect time to stay in a home away from home to feel like you're on vacation, avoid everyday distractions, and enjoy hands-on learning along the Alabama Gulf Coast. 

Martinique on the Gulf is located on the Fort Morgan Peninsula right next door to the Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge and along the shores of the Gulf of Mexico. Our pristine resort sits on 55 acres so you can be removed from the hustle and bustle of daily life and fully focus on your work and schooling.


You can start your days off listening to the crash of the waves or take a refreshing walk along the beach when you need a moment to recharge mid-afternoon.  


4 Reasons Martinique on the Gulf is Perfect for Working & Learning Remotely

young girl learning on the computer

Quiet Spaces for Virtual Classroom Time

Our accommodations have plenty of space for the family to spread out and get things done, whether that's working or learning. Plus, there are shared spaces for the times when you need to be collaborative. 

little girl with magnifying glass

Abundant Outdoor Space for Hands-On Learning

Kids will love playing in the great outdoors in Gulf Shores, Alabama! From hiking to bird watching to learning about the local ecosystems and habitats, the Gulf Coast of Alabama is a great place for hands-on science and nature learning. 

martinique on the gulf vacation home

No Distractions

Martinique on the Gulf is a remote and serene resort that is near amenities, but not close enough to be in the busy center of Orange Beach or Gulf Shores. You can enjoy the access without any of the distractions! Within Martinique on the Gulf resort property, you have access to tennis courts, two clubhouses, and indoor/outdoor pool, bike trails, fitness center, and a private boardwalk to the beach. 

martinique on the gulf pool deck

Wifi Connection

We know how important it is to have a strong WiFi connection when you're working and learning remotely. All of our rentals are equipped with WiFi and you can even get a signal outdoors on the veranda at our clubhouses when you want to work outside. 

beach view from martinique on the Gulf

Local Resources for Learning Along the Alabama Gulf Coast

Wildlife & Nature Preserves

Hands-on learning can help kids comprehend concepts and develop useful skills. The Alabama Gulf Coast is a great place to learn remotely in nature, as there are various types of ecosystems, abundant nature preserves, and diverse wildlife and plant life. Adults and kids alike can discover the coastal habitat of Alabama and the creatures that call this region home year-round, as well as migratory birds and other species that spend the winter months in the warm weather here. 


Kids will also love visiting attractions like the Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo and Alligator Alley where they can get up close with wild animals and learn about their natural habitats, diets, lifestyles, and more. 

History & Culture

This region is also home to a rich history and culture. This region is home to military monuments and forts, maritime culture, and aviation museums. Fort Morgan Historic Site is a hugely popular destination for history buffs and nature lovers alike. This historic site played a role in several wars and has since been listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In addition to this attraction, Gulf Shores and Orange Beach are home to art museums, historic lighthouses, and more. The kids will love learning at these destinations.