Many visitors choose to take a wild horse tour, climb the Currituck Beach Lighthouse, or visit some of the historic sites, while others prefer to spend their time sampling award-wining wines from local vineyards, dining on authentic North Carolina barbeque or fresh seafood, or shopping for coastal treasures at eclectic shops. With its mild climate, activities such as golf, surfing and kayaking can be enjoyed on the Currituck Outer Banks nearly year-round as well. Named one of the “Best Family Beaches on the East Coast”**, the Currituck Outer Banks truly has something for everyone.
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*Carova Beach, Corolla, NC
**Fodor’s Travel, Corolla NC
The legendary Corolla Wild Horses are descendants in a bloodline of horses that have roamed Currituck's beaches for over 500 years when Spanish explorers landed or shipwrecked here. In 2010 the North Carolina General Assembly designated the Colonial Spanish Mustang as the official state horse. Photo by Emily Chaplin.