Whidbey Island, WA
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One of the quintessential Pacific Northwest Experiences is to take a ferry. And there’s no better place to go than Whidbey Island. Under two hours from Seattle, and only 40 minutes from the mainland, you’re transported a world away.
This island is packed with activities, indoors and out: kayaking, clamming, crabbing, fishing, biking, hiking, farmer’s market, wine tours, art, and culture. Visit Ebey’s Landing, Fort Casey State Park, or the historic lighthouse for some breathtaking scenery.
Whidbey Island is characterized by North and South parts of the island.
North Whidbey Island includes Deception Pass at its most northern tip, then the quaint town of Coupeville, the state’s second oldest city and county seat. There are plenty of cute bed and breakfasts, charming, shops and eateries, spectacular waterfront views, and the island county historical museum in Coupeville. The sheltered and pristine Penn Cove is the source of the world class mussels.
South Whidbey is home to the town Langley, the village by the sea. An artists’ mecca, there is an eclectic mix of art galleries, locally made jewelry, antiques, book stores, and one of a kind clothing. From fine dining with superb waterfront views to picking up locally grown ingredients to pack a picnic, you’ll find everything you’re looking for in Langley.
Interested in learning more about Whidbey Island, let us know. We’d love to show you around and help you find your dream home.