From the beaches to the mountains, from the dirt roads to the interstates, from the farm towns to the big cities, Alabama "the beautiful" is truly just that.

Several of the cutest towns in America lie within the Alabama borders, and here is a comprehensive list of the 10 cutest towns that every Alabamian (and those who aren't fortunate enough to live in the Heart of Dixie) should visit.

10. Langston

Nestled between Guntersville Lake and mountains cascading northeastern Alabama, Langston is a beautiful town just south of Scottsboro known for its fishing and camping grounds.

9. Wetumpka

Wetumpka is a quaint, historic town that lies just northeast of the state capital. Ravaged by a tornado in January 2019, relief efforts are continuing to be made to revive the beauty of this thriving central Alabama town.f

8. Sylacauga

Lying along State Highway 231, Sylacauga is a gorgeous family-oriented town that rallies around Aggie athletics.

7. Dauphin Island

Just off the southern tip of Mobile County, Dauphin Island is an all natural beach where pets (and humans) are allowed to roam free.

6. Tuscumbia

Just south of the Tennesse River, this northwest Alabama city is known as the birthplace of Helen Keller and its growing family atmosphere. Neighboring cities Florence and Muscle Shoals combine with Tuscumbia to offer more restaurants and shopping at less than a half-hour drive.

5. Gulf Shores

As the most popular beach in the state, Gulf Shores' white sand and salty waves draw hundreds of thousands of tourists a year. Gulf Shores is home to the best food and the best atmosphere that Alabama has to offer.

4. Jacksonville

Home to the Jacksonville State University Gamecocks, Jacksonville serves as a hub between nearby metropolitan areas of Oxford/Anniston and Gadsden. This historic town continues its legacy as Gamecock academics and athletics keep Jacksonville at the center of national attention.

3. Silverhill

A beautiful town in Baldwin County, Silverhill rests in between Fairhope and Robertsdale, and is home to cute ice cream shops and clothing boutiques.

2. Mentone

Known for its landscape, scenery, and food, this small town in northeast Alabama sits atop Lookout Mountain close to the Georgia line.

1. Fairhope

Nestled along Mobile Bay, this gorgeous south Alabama city is known for its beautiful downtown, its awesome food, and its breathtaking scenery. Fairhope is a popular spot among locals for beachgoing, shopping, and night life.

From east to west and from north to south, the highways are studded with beautiful towns that are calling your name!