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The weather in Sunset Beach
You can see our climate diagram above. July is the warmest month in Sunset Beach with average maximum temperatures of 87°. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Sunset Beach, with temperatures going under 37° It may rain 13 days in July while it typically rains only 7 days in October.
Relax on the North Carolina coast with vacation homes in Sunset Beach
Beachside vacation homes in Sunset Beach, North Carolina allow you to experience the best of North Carolina's coastline. Close to Wilmington's many cultural delights, you can learn about shipwrecks, see crocodiles up close, or relax on the beaches of the nature reserves that surround your charming vacation home.
Watch a movie in Wilmington
North Carolina's largest city is full of historic districts and cafe culture. The riverfront is the place to come for craft beer and celebrity spotting, since the city is teeming with movie studios. Don't miss the Wright Brothers National Memorial, which is where the famous brothers made their first twelve-second flight into the air. The Visitor Center is filled with fascinating exhibits. Or take a tour of Battleship North Carolina, which played an important role in World War II before being decommissioned in 1947.
Doritos and pirates
Kids will be fascinated by Cape Fear Serpentarium, a unique zoo where you'll find a huge variety of snakes, constrictors and crocodiles. They are all safely behind glass, but Dean Ripa's museum lets you experience these creatures up close.
Meanwhile, the Graveyard of the Atlantic Museum intrigues little ones with its exhibits about the shipwrecks and piracy that marked the Outer Banks. Over two thousand ships have foundered on this coast, including a container carrying thousands of bags of Doritos chips, which were nevertheless appreciated by locals.
Touring Pea Island
Pea Island is a 5,834-acre paradise for birdwatchers and nature lovers. It's certainly worth exploring the wildlife refuge, with its several hiking trails. A thirteen-mile long, pristine beach is the ideal place for water sports, including surfing. Alternatively, there are bird tours of the island, turtle talks about the island's slow-moving inhabitants, and canoe tours of the unique coastline of this stunning island.
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