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Water of deep blue-green surrounds the famous stretch of wind-raked sands and lush oak groves known as Nags Head, North Carolina. Lining this cherished resort area are the quaint cottages and luxurious beach homes that have been home to generations of Outer Banks vacation memories; although the Outer Banks has been a tourist destination for over 150 years, visitors have been landing on Nags Head shores for nearly half a millennium.

Despite all the exhilarating attractions, delectable dishes and variety of shops, there’s one thing that brings nearly seven million tourists to Nags Head every year – the water! Nestled between the rolling waters of the Atlantic and the tranquil Roanoke Sound, Nags Head offers endless fun in the drink. Surfers, kiteboarders and jet-skiers cut through 10-foot crests while kayaks and deep-sea fishing boats glide along the shore. Sunbathers scattered along the wide natural beaches relax while kids make sandcastles and watch ghost crabs scurry just beyond the seafoam’s reach. Stretching out into the Atlantic, the Nags Head Fishing Pier, the longest and oldest in the area, is lined dawn ‘til dusk with eager anglers looking to land an Outer Banks fish tale.

When you’re ready to dry off, awesome thrills await you landside. Spend the day riding bikes along the sand-swept roads before an early evening round of mini-golf at one of Nags Head’s colossal courses. Jockey’s Ridge State Park, home to the East Coast’s largest dunes, hosts hang-gliders and kite flyers, sand gliders and dune climbers. Of course, no trip to the Outer Banks would be complete without a visit to the Cape Hatteras National Seashore, home to the famous Bodie Island Lighthouse and Museum.

Cutting-edge cuisine and comforting down-home cooking are served year-round in Nags Head’s incredible restaurants, many using local ingredients. Dine overlooking the gorgeous Roanoke Sound, attend a casual wine tasting featuring local bottles or grab a picnic and head down to the beach. Fat and flaky crab cakes and perfectly grilled strip steaks are served year-round while bottomless seafood buffets, stocked with king crab legs, soft-shells and many other mouthwatering items, are ready for you and your entire family!

If you’re ready for some shopping, browse the incredible selection of shore décor and nautically themed gifts offered by Nags Head merchants. Custom jewelry, handmade by local artisans, promises your vacation will be remembered for a lifetime. Whether Outer Banks treasure hunting turns up a priceless antique or a box of regionally made saltwater taffy, your Nags Head shopping expedition will be gold.

Regardless of your idea of fun, taste for fashion or dining palate, your Sunny Day Guide will help you plan your adventure in Nags Head. Helping area visitors plan memorable Outer Banks getaways for 40 years, Sunny Day Guide continues to be America’s favorite source for entertainment ideas, restaurant listings and Money-Saving Coupons. Also accessible on your mobile devices and smartphones, is your most valuable – and always available – Outer Banks vacation companion!
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