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  • Hatteras

    World Directory, North America, United States, North Carolina, Dare County

    Wind and water shape the island's dunes and inlets, and yet a maritime forest at Buxton provides a calm oasis. The Cape Hatteras Lighthouse, tallest in the nation, was nearly claimed by the Atlantic Ocean but was rescued in the nick of time in 1999 by moving the entire structure away from the sea. But perhaps most importantly is the fact that Hatteras Island is one of the last places on earth where you can go on the Fourth of July weekend and stake out a stretch of beach to call your very own.



  • Westerly

    World Directory, North America, United States, Rhode Island, Washington County

    Westerly is a town on the south shore of Washington County, Rhode Island, United States. Founded in 1669 by John Babcock, it is a beachfront community on the south shore of the state.


  • Simon the Tanner

    World Directory, North America, United States, Vermont, Essex County Island Pond,

    Simon the Tanner in Island Pond, Vermont is the perfect place to stock up with all your needs for a trip to the Great North Woods. All products are reputable and include clothing choices of warm socks, boots and shoes, jackets, sweaters, pants, and hats, and they carry a line for the whole family. Simon the Tanner also stock scented hand soaps and Tubbs snowshoes, backpacking and mountaineering backpacks, as well as body care products, waterproof boots and an excellent brand name range of goods, it's all here for your venture into the great outdoors and beyond, come visit and get all your clothing, footwear and gear, you'll find whatever you need here.


  • Poncho's Pond R.V. Park

    World Directory, North America, United States, Michigan, Mason County Ludington,

    Visit Poncho's Pond R.V. Park in Ludington


  • Norfolk Island

    World Directory, Oceania, Norfolk Island, Norfolk Island, Norfolk Island

    Welcome aboard the Bounteous Isle - Norfolk Island in the South Pacific - where the descendants of the Bounty Mutineers will warm your heart with their friendliness and where you will be astounded by the myriad of things to do and see. Commanding the most extraordinarily beautiful views on the island is the private Shearwater Peninsula.


  • Middle Island

    World Directory, North America, United States, New York, Suffolk County

    Middle Island is a hamlet (and census-designated place) in Suffolk County, New York, United States. Middle Island is a community in the Town of Brookhaven served by the Longwood Central School District Longwood school district is the biggest school district on long Island


  • Ayala Cove

    World Directory, North America, United States, California, Marin County

    Angel Island is the largest Island in San Francisco Bay, located one mile south of the Tiburon Peninsula. Park Headquarters and the main visitor's center are in Ayala Cove on the North side of the Island, accessible by commercial ferries and private boats.


  • Hilton Head Island

    World Directory, North America, United States, South Carolina, Beaufort County

    Hilton Head Island is a lush, semi-tropical, beautiful, barrier island in South Carolina well known as a spectacular vacation destination. As a premier resort community, Hilton Head Island offers guests the opportunity for fun, rest and relaxation. Over 2 million guests each year come to Hilton Head Island from all over the United States and internationally, making Hilton Head a true world-class destination.


  • Ikaria

    World Directory, Europe, Greece, North Aegean, Samos

    IKARIA, majestic island of the Eastern Aegean Sea & the home of the mythical Ikaros. Here you will find wild beauty, breathtaking panoramas, clean mountain air, therapeutic hot springs, truly unspoiled seas and friendly people.


  • Canvey Island

    World Directory, Europe, United Kingdom, England, Essex

    Canvey Island is a reclaimed island in the Thames estuary separated from the mainland of south Essex by a network of creeks. Lying below sea level it is prone to flooding at exceptional tides, but has nevertheless been inhabited since the Roman invasion of Britain. Canvey is consequently protected by modern sea defences comprising 15 miles (24 km) of concrete seawall.