A small island town off of the coast of south Texas whose main industry is tourism. Tourists flock to the town during spring breaks and summers to over-crowd its few narrow roads, park their unsigtly motor homes on the beautiful beaches, and feed the local seagulls bread while the seagulls skillfully deficate on their heads.

Except for the scantily-clad beach-going spring-breaker type, tourists are generally disliked but tolerated, being that they are the main source if income.

Winter tourists, called "snow birds," have a reputation for driving 2 miles an hour, on whatever street and lane they please. Unless you really, really like beaches and enjoy a good 40+ minute drive to the nearest movie theater and mall, Port Aransas is probably not for you.

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