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North Carolina’s third oldest town, Beaufort offers tours through Colonial homes and buildings dating to the 1700’s.  Beaufort’s location on Taylor’s Creek makes outdoor activities a natural fit.  Stroll the docks and watch glorious sunsets.  Perfect for kayaking, standup paddle boarding, bicycling and sailing - adventure is just around the corner!  Blackbeard the legendary pirate sailed these waters and left one of his ships sunken just off the Beaufort Inlet.  The artifacts are being recovered and are available for viewing at the NC Maritime Museum. Harbor tours and nature tours get you up close and personal with dolphins frolicking in the water, wild horses on Rachael Carson Reserve and a variety of birds and other wildlife.  In the spring, the Beaufort Wine & Food Weekend is enjoyed by locals and visitors alike, as the town welcomes celebrity chefs, winemakers, and sommeliers to share their talents and expertise.  A first visit to Beaufort will certainly not be your last!

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