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Pick Your Perfect Coastal Retreat. A Brief Glimpse Of Our Beaches And Towns. With beautiful beaches and charming coastal towns that treat you to great food, outdoor adventure, and natural wonderlands, there’s a destination in NC’s Brunswick Islands for everyone.
Let’s break it down so you know what makes each stop unique.
– The smallest of our barrier islands, this tiny gem is perfect for families and home to many coastal birds. National Geographic ranked it among the “21 Best Beaches in the World.”
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Ocean Isle Beach
– A family favorite for generations, this island named “The South’s Best Tiny Town” by Southern Living is packed with big fun from oceanfront to marsh side.
– Quiet and soothing, Holden Beach is a favorite of shell seekers. No hotels here, but you can find a vacation rental home to fit your family or group. Fresh seafood arrives daily to the island’s working waterfront.
– Named one of NC’s most dog-friendly beaches, Oak Island is the largest of our beach towns. You’ll find two fishing piers, 60 public beach access points, and a nature center for exploring the salt marsh ecosystem.
– Home to the 153-foot Oak Island Lighthouse that offers breathtaking views of this quiet beachfront and marsh-side estuarine wilderness, Caswell Beach is a place where wildlife outnumbers people. In a word, the experience is described as “serene.”
Bald Head Island
– No cars here. The ferry or boat ride to Bald Head shifts your inner engine to a perfect, soothing idle. 10,000 of its 12,000 acres are wildlife habitats. Since 1817, Old Baldy Lighthouse has welcomed seafarers, golfers, and nature lovers.
Leland – This quiet inland town, just minutes from our island beaches, is a favorite of golfers and nature enthusiasts. Great hotels and restaurants welcome groups of happy visitors.
– This is the central hub for every convenience needed for a visit to our barrier islands. Enjoy shopping, dining, scenic views, and opportunities for arcade games, laser tag, and drive-in movies.
Southport – This historic waterfront town has lured pirates, seafarers, and movie producers with its charm. With lovely streets of Victorian-style homes, bed and breakfasts, historic landmarks, and picturesque settings, we're sure Southport will make you smile. Choose a restaurant overlooking the Yacht Basin and feed your smiles.
– This tiny fishing village is known as “The Seafood Capital of the World” for good reason. You can watch the boats arrive while you eat at dockside restaurants, buy fresh seafood right off the dock to cook in your vacation rental home, or reel in your own catch on a fishing charter.
– Stretching from the Cape Fear River to the South Carolina state line, our mainland area is a favorite of history buffs who enjoy exploring the settlements of the nation’s earliest visitors who wisely chose to never leave.
Rest assured, there are no bad choices here. You may even like to visit more than one destination during your visit.
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SUNSET BEACH NAMED THE BEST BEACH BY TRAVEL GUIDE
A Brunswick County spot made a travel guide's list of the nation's best beach towns.
Trip Savvy has named Sunset Beach fourth among the country's 18 best beaches. According to Trip Savvy, Sunset Beach is renowned for its picturesque coastline and dreamy sunsets. It rated towns not just on their beaches but a variety of factors, including shopping, dining and entertainment as well as nearby attractions such as historic lighthouses and nature preserves.
As for Sunset Beach, it highlighted the Bird Island Reserve, a 1,200-plus-acre barrier island, which features crystal clear shorelines and towering dunes. On Bird Island Reserve, visitors can stroll along the shore to visit the Kindred Spirit mailbox, where they can write down their thoughts, stories and dreams.
The travel guide also noted The Boat Landing Restaurant, a casual upscale waterfront dining spot. Visitors can enjoy staples such as po’ boys, fried oysters and crab dip.
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