Year after year, visitors book their summer vacations in the Northern Outer Banks, mainly for the beaches. The pristine shores, vacation homes and resorts, restaurants, water sports, and historical sites attract travelers from all over.
Each island in the Northern Outer Banks has something slightly different to offer visitors, though they all share miles of coastline for those looking for a “beach” vacation . The area has other attractions outside of the water as well, including nature preserves, the largest natural sand dune on the East Coast, lighthouses, casual and upscale restaurants, wild horses, theater, kayaking, and so much more.
The listed Northern Outer Banks Resorts are timeshare resorts. They are fully-equipped accommodations offering a perfect home-base for a week-long stay on North Carolina’s seashore.