Synopses & Reviews
For more than 25 years, the Insiders' Guide series has been the essential source for in-depth travel and relocation information. Each guide is written by true insiders who offer personal and practical perspectives that readers can trust.
In its 11th edition, The Insiders' Guide to North Carolina's Southern Coast and Wilmington takes you to incredible family-oriented beaches, including Wrightsville, Beach, Carolina Beach, Bald Head Island, Topsail Island and more. It also introduces you to the intriguing city of Wilmington, including the historic downtown riverfront.
Inside you will find:
* restaurants, shopping, accommodations, attractions and recreational opportunities and
details on how to get the most out of your vacation
* information that will open your eyes to the wonders of this area
* chapters dedicated to relocation, such as real estate, schools, commerce, volunteer
opportunities and retirement
Whether you're planning a vacation, relocating to this area or a local who wants to know more, The Insiders' Guide to North Carolina's Southern Coast and Wilmington will show you everything you need to know.
The annually updated Insiders' Guide to North Carolina's Southern Coast and Wilmington
is this area's most complete source of travel and newcomer information.
This book is the one and only, indispensable guide to all of the incredible treasures and magnificent places of North Carolina's beautiful southern coastal region.
Whether you're a visitor or a newcomer, you'll find The Insiders' Guide to North Carolina's Southern Coast and Wilmington to be the best, most comprehensive source to the accommodations, restaurants, shopping, recreation, attractions and community information of the area.
Updated annually, its so dependable that even the locals use it.
About the Author
Born and raised on Long Island, Gretchen Saule
has lived in many parts of the country, but once she discovered Wilmington, she couldn¿t imagine living anywhere else. After arriving, Gretchen quickly made herself at home as writer and editor for several local publications, and has become an active volunteer with many local organizations.
A New Yorker by birth, Gwynne Moore is a southerner by choice, having spent much of her life in North Carolina and neighboring states. A seven-year resident, she brings a background of extensive writing, editing, and publishing as well as a deep love for the treasures of North Carolina's Southern Coast.