29 Ιουλ 2019 - 30 Ιουλ 2019
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How could a place named Duck not be charming? Seven miles north of Kitty Hawk, this Outer Banks town offers beaches that are fairly uncrowded—and why? With no public beaches, you have to be staying here to access either the sand or water sports. Stay: In a town with just three lodging options, Duck’s one B&B—Advice 5 ¢, a Bed & Breakfast—takes cozy to a new level, offering just four rooms and a short walk to the beach. Eat: At the 88-room Sanderling Resort and Spa, the main resort in town, Kimball’s Kitchen—a AAA Four-Diamond Award winner—gives entrées such as Carolina blue crab and Kusshi oysters a French twist. -- Katrina Brown Hunt
As a family we love the town of Duck! We have been coming for almost 10 years. The last week of September has become our best week. All the houses we have rented were reasonable prices. Most of them where close to the beach and the main road. The beach is beautiful anytime of the day. The people here are friendly and enjoy their pets. Weather is great!!!!!!!!
Duck is a little sea side town in the Outer Banks. The beaches here are beautiful, the water is warm (at least in summer) and the atmosphere is very relaxing.
Be sure to visit Duck with its charming shops and great restaurants!