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Hi, and welcome to Calabash and the South Brunswick Area.I would like to invite you to browse this web site and to get a taste of our great town. Experience our great seafood, shops, golf and fishing and explore a little of our history. Come see what Calabash and our area offers visitors and residents alike and experience a little of the style that is Calabash and the great South Brunswick Islands.I look forward to seeing you and hope that my website will help you in gathering helpful information. Please visit my sponsors listed on the web-site they keep it on-line, tell them you seen it here please. Looking for a business can't find it be sure to check out my merchant's listing section. I produce this site free to the public with the hope you will find usefull information about our area.So please tell the merchants listed and everyone you see about the site...thanks. Please click on all the links with-in the site you will find a lot of helpful information about our area and Town. Hey take a look this site has of now 503,209 hits or views and growing. WoW,listing your business on here is very cost effective and can really get your business shown.Click on the advertisement link at bottom left side of home page for more information, start your business with a great sales booster"place an add".Call 910-579-6583 0r 910-471-6334 for more information.
There’s More to Calabash than Seafood: Activities to Enjoy
If there is one thing most people know about the small town of Calabash, it's that it is a great place to eat seafood. However, despite its fame for seafood, there are plenty of other things to do in Calabash besides eating. Take a look around the town and you’ll find quaint gift shops and historic buildings to poke around. Venture out of the town and the lush countryside opens up, offering great places for picnics or walks. Sure, the ocean plays a big part in the day to day lives of people living here, but it is not the be all and end all of this pretty little fishing town. If deep-sea fishing, wildlife spotting, golfing, and luxury pampering take your fancy, keep reading to find out more about the great activities to enjoy while visiting Calabash.
The High Seas: Deep-sea Fishing and Wildlife Spotting Cruises
Calabash is a fishing town through and through, and that is probably why it has been nicknamed the ‘Seafood Capital of the World.’ However, you don’t just have to sit down and eat to sample the delicious seafood available in the town, you can get out there and catch it yourself! A number of companies operate deep-sea fishing trips out of Calabash, with the Hurricane Fleet being one of the best. They offer exhilarating trips that you will feel completely safe on, and do have sufficient insurance cover in case of an emergency situation. While fishing is a relatively safe sport, it is important to stay safe while at sea. Being on a boat in the ocean does carry a certain element of risk so making sure you have comprehensive personal cover against any accidents is advised. Often big fish can be hauled out of the water off of Calabash, with anything from Sea bass to fully grown sharks being hooked! Make sure you bring a jumper as it can sometimes get quite chilly out on deck, and don’t forget your nerves of steel!
If something more educational is more your thing, then Hurricane Fleet also does EcoTours, where they take you out onto the ocean to spots where the best marine wildlife can be spotted. Dolphins are always a favorite and many can be seen, and on top of that the crew shares their knowledge about the delicate ocean ecology. You will get to see up close and personal such things as star fish, crabs, sea urchins, and all sorts of other marine life that gets caught up in the fishermen’s nest and released back into the sea.
Tee Off: Where to Golf
If Calabash was not renowned for its seafood, then it would probably get a name for itself from all the golf courses that are here. For such a small town it has more golf courses than you would think, and some great ones at that. The Brunswick Plantation & Golf Resort is one of the favorites in the area, with three separate 9-hole courses, a clubhouse with a bar and grill, and even an indoor and outdoor pool. You can stay in the accommodation here to help you get the most golfing out of your stay. Another great course is the Crow Creek Golf Course, which is always well-kept and maintained. The 18-hole course here was created by architect Rick Robbins, who was at one time a Jack Nicklaus design associate. If you get a chance, make sure you play at this hidden treasure of Calabash. Other notable golf courses in and around the town include The Pearl Golf Links, Meadowlands Golf Club, Carolina Shores Golf & Country Club, and Farmstead Golf Links, so you really are spoilt for choice when it comes to golfing in Calabash!
Pamper Yourself: Relax at a Spa
If you need to unwind and kick back after an energetic day out fishing or golfing, then what could be better than dropping into a spa to rejuvenate? At the Sacred Willow Spa you can do just that. It is a tucked away oasis where relaxation and rejuvenation are served in the form of massages and beauty treatments. With professional massage therapists and beauty therapists on hand to pamper visitors arriving at this cozy establishment, whether you want a neck rub or a facial it is all available here. They also have many treatments that can help with ailments like back pain and arthritis, and natural healing is a big part of their ethos.
Take Your Pick!
A trip to Calabash is not just about the seafood, as you can see there is plenty to do here besides tasting all the delights that come from the ocean. So next time you visit, try something different, we’re sure you’ll be pleasantly surprised!
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