North Carolina’s Brunswick Islands –
You’ll Return Year After Year!
In the southernmost corner of North Carolina is one of the South’s best kept secrets. From the Cape Fear River, reaching down to the South Carolina border, North Carolina’s Brunswick Islands beckons softly. Six barrier island towns – Sunset Beach, Ocean Isle Beach, Holden Beach, Oak Island, Caswell Beach and Bald Head Island – provide 45 miles of wide, stunning beaches. Picturesque Southern towns like Southport, Calabash, Shallotte and Leland draw visitors with family-owned, one-of-a-kind restaurants, galleries and shops, and even movie locations. Adding a temperate climate ideal for year-round outdoor activities, dining, and festivals along with museums, historic forts and lighthouses, the stage is set for a perfect coastal getaway. Toss in boating, kayaking, fishing and golfing and there’s always plenty to do – or you may choose to do nothing at all but enjoy the quiet, the beaches and nature.
The wide, uncrowded beaches of North Carolina’s Brunswick Islands are a haven far away from high-rise hotels and overdevelopment. Private vacation rental homes give your family all the space you need. Or choose from a quiet B&B or cozy inn. Here there are beaches for families, reunions, small children, surfers, nature adventure, girlfriends and golf getaways. You can still find deer roaming the dunes, and the old-time fishing piers and public access points so rare these days. And a special treat, the east-west orientation of the islands provides both spectacular sunrises and sunsets over the ocean several months of the year.
Families that visit North Carolina’s Brunswick Islands fall so in love that they return year after year, generation after generation.
North Carolina Brunswick Islands