North Carolina's Most Overlooked Beaches
Popular North Carolina beaches like Cape Hatteras are just the start to the state's many great beaches. Discover the coastline's most overlooked beaches, neither too remote nor too crowded.Filed under:
Kick back in a vacation rental home like this along Corolla Beach, located at the northernmost end of the Outer Banks. Corolla attractions include shopping (almost all shops are locally owned and operated), fishing (including puppy drum, sea mullet and croaker), and wild horse and beach jeep tours. Other beach attractions include Whalehead Club and the Currituck Beach Lighthouse, one of 7 North Carolina lighthouses.
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Stretching for 130 miles along the Atlantic coast, North Carolina's Outer Banks are a skinny strip of barrier islands with sandy dunes and frothy surf on one side and a gentle sound on the other.
North Carolina’s sun and surf are calling. Check out these high-end and more affordable rentals at North Carolina’s most popular beaches.