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Coast & Beaches

Coast & Beaches

Historic Wilmington and the Cape Fear Coast encompass the city of Wilmington and the island communities of Wrightsville Beach, Figure Eight Island, Carolina Beach and Kure Beach. Each offers its own unique coastal flair and list of attractions, but what truly unifies these towns and coastal villages is their collection of wide, sandy beaches that stretch nearly 70 miles to the Brunswick Islands to the South.

The beaches of the Cape Fear Coast are known for their uncrowded, laid back ways and undeveloped beachfront. Large high rises are few and far between on the Cape Fear Coast, so visitors and residents alike get an unabashed look of the coast's breathtaking views.

Besides the Atlantic Ocean, Wilmington and the Cape Fear Coast are home to a vital network of rivers, streams, creeks, sounds and marshlands that make up the Cape Fear estuary, one the East coast's most important natural resources. Lovingly protected and monitored, these marine sources - both fresh and salt water - make for beautiful places to enjoy nature, whether you want to fish, swim, boat, or simply wish to soak up the sun and take in the views.

Learn more about area beaches and the Cape Fear Coast.

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