Several weeks still available in May, June, July, and August. Plan your summer or fishing trip or romantic get away. Ask seller for details!!!!!!!!!
This unit has a master bedroom with 1 queen size bed, 50 inch flat screen and DVD player for viewing. Swimming pool is in view and sits right outside bedroom window. There is also a full size bed with an additional queen size sleeper sofa available in living room to total accommodate 6 for sleeping. There is another 50 inch flat screen television for entertainment in living room. Cable TV is available with also High speed internet/wifi for streaming movies (Netflix/Hulu not included) or surfing the net. The kitchenette is fully equipped for cooking/dining. This condo unit offers a home away from home feeling within a small community. Out back there is a swimming pool, volleyball court, grills, picnic area, and game room to enjoy with great neighbors, or your families' privacy. The unit is on ground level and is the closest unit to the beach. The ocean is only a convenient 2 blocks walk away and near the community seaside children's park. Triple S Marina is 2 blocks north of condo for boating and fishing/tackle needs.
Tripping.com named Atlantic Beach as its top beach to visit in North Carolina in 2015
Atlantic Beach is the oldest of five resort towns along the Bogue Banks of North Carolina's coast. Known as the "Crystal Coast", it's the kind of place that remains in your memory throughout the year as a peaceful vacation oasis. Walk down the boardwalk from your villa to the white, sandy beach where you can rent a chair and umbrella for the day.
Once you've soaked in the sun and splashed in the sea, wash the salt and sand away and head into the surrounding communities for delightfully fresh local seafood. Whether you like to swim, bask in the sun, sail or fish, Atlantic Beach is the perfect spot for a family trip, a romantic escape, or a beach bum's ideal vacation.
Things to Do
North Carolina Aquarium
Atlantic Beach Aquarium
Everyone will enjoy this educational and fascinating exhibit of marine life. The aquarium has presentations, videos, live animals and "behind the scenes" tours for all visitors. Special trips such as beginning snorkeling and cruises through North Carolina's coastal waters, are also offered.
If you are a little more adventurous, you might choose to take a long day trip to Ocracoke, which lies about 3 1/2 hours away from Atlantic Beach. The excursion is well worth the drive and 2 1/2 hour ferry ride.
This community hosts the Emerald Isle Beach Music Festival and has one of the biggest amusement parks on the island (20-minute drive).
Check out Emeralds Isle's St. Patrick's Day Festival.
Morehead City supports an excellent sport fishing industry and is the location of events like the North Carolina Seafood Festival and The Big Rock Blue Marlin Fishing Tournament. Morehead City also has shops and plenty of seafood restaurants.
North Carolina Maritime Museum
The North Carolina Maritime Museum traces the history of the relationship between the people of coastal North Carolina and the Atlantic Ocean. The museum covers a wide variety of topics, from the once thriving whaling industry to the different types of ships and boats used throughout the decades.
Fort Macon State Park
Historic Fort Macon is 385 acres of forest, dunes and beach and is home to a famous Civil War fortress. Visitors are free to roam this old fort or to take one of the many tours. Fort Macon State Park is the most visited park in North Carolina and is an attraction not to be missed by Civil War buffs.
The Wild Shackleford Ponies - One group of these wild horses roams freely on Shackleford Banks, near Cape Lookout (see Coastal Guide Map). This barrier island serves to isolate them, as it has for hundreds of years. The island and its 100+ wild horses, also called the Shackleford ponies for their small stature, are under the protection of the National Park Service, but visitors may come to watch and photograph these horses. Shackleford Banks is accessed from Beaufort and Harker's Island by Park Service approved private passenger ferries, or by boat.+ More