Best Beaches of
The State of North Carolina
has some truly wonderful and underrated beaches.
The most beautiful of these sandy marvels are located along the
region known as “The Outer Banks”.
Many of these beaches are unspoiled natural wonders that have been
left untouched by commercial development.
The outer banks region boasts much history as well as an air of
mystery as the site of the famous lost Colony of Sir Walter Raleigh is
located on the outer banks. If
you enjoy the beauty of natural beaches and like flying kites or windsurfing
then The Outer Banks of North Carolina may be the perfect beach vacation
destination for you.
At the very northernmost tip of The Outer Banks lies
This area boasts much natural beauty and old fashioned allure.
It was originally given the name Duck
because of the huge population of water birds that migrated through the area
in times long past. The ducks
are mostly gone but the name stuck and when you visit Duck Beach you will
most likely agree that is indeed a fitting name for such a charmingly
Duck is bustling with activity all year long as it is a
popular spot for tourists as well as those who are vacationing along the
Outer Banks. There are a wide
variety of activities available in the ocean and on the sound for those who
enjoy the water.
The beautiful and remote
of Ocracoke can only be reached
by boat or aircraft. As part of
the Cape Hatteras National Seashore, it is the southernmost of the Outer
Banks island chain, it has been recently voted as one of the best beaches of
North America and for good reasons.
Ocracoke island offers a wide variety of attractions
and activities that are sure to please any and everyone who has the good
fortune of vacationing there.
With the placid waters of Pamlico sound on the west
side and the waves of the Atlantic lapping the
eastern shore, there are definitely plenty of options for those who love the
water and water related activities.
Island has over sixteen miles of
natural wilderness beaches for you to explore and admire.
There are also a large number of campgrounds available for those
wishing to be close to nature.
For those who love boating and fishing there are charter boats that are
available as well. Birdwatchers
will also love Ocracoke island as there are several species that migrate
through the area.