ABOUT VACATION RENTALS IN COROLLA
Corolla, North Carolina, can very well be called the sun capital. Corolla woke up from it's slumber and shook off it's image as a sleepy fishing village to one of the most popular retreats in North Carolina over the past few years. Corolla is located in the northern portion of the Outer Banks. The Outer Banks area is developing as one of the most beautiful vacation spots in the nation. Guests of Corolla Vacation Homes can opt for fishing, golfing, sun bathing, swimming, scuba diving, bird watching, sailing, and tons of other activities.
You can make Corolla as the starting point to numerous Outer Banks attractions. Devotees of Wright Brothers must never miss The Wright Brothers National Memorial. Probably the most famous site in the area is the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse. At 208 feet, the lighthouse is the tallest in the US. The Lighthouse is located in the Cape Hatteras National Seashore area of the Outer Banks. The beaches here are blessed with gorgeous sand that gently slopes into the Atlantic, making them ideal for family vacations. Add some action to your tanning time, by renting kayaks, wave runners, jet skis, windsurfing equipment, or even sail boats. More beach fun is waiting for you on all those beaches on the Outer Banks. Huge sand dunes surround the beaches here, and the sea oats here add to the rustic, untouched charm.
The Outer Banks is full of fishin' holes and anglers can enjoy surf and freshwater fishing, pier fishing, fly fishing, and inshore and offshore charter fishing to no end! The area is known as "the Billfish Capital of the World". Hundreds of blue marlin, white marlin, and sailfish are caught in these waters each year. Another popular method is small-boat fishing in the Albemarle, Pamlico, Roanoke, and Croatan sounds. Golf courses here would remind you of Scottish links courses, and sand dunes rise up as if out of nowhere, providing natural obstacles adding to the golfing experience here. The Currituck Club, designed by Rees Jones, offers gorgeous views of both Currituck Sound and the Atlantic Ocean.