Plan the Ultimate Vacation Along the Outer Banks
Stretching from Corolla to Ocracoke, North Carolina, the Outer Banks spans 200-miles along North Carolina's Eastern coast and are comprised of a string of barrier islands connected to the mainland by bridges and ferries. Like any popular island vacation mecca, the Outer Banks boast all the modern bells and whistles: lively shops, fine restaurants, fun nightlife, and kid-friendly attractions. But it's the Outer Banks' rustic and untamed side, as much as any of its amenities, that attracts thousands of vacationers each year. Windswept beaches, wild horses, historic sites, and pristine maritime forests beckon visitors to get out and explore.