If you’re looking to have a great family celebration during Cinco de Mayo in NC this year, check out our great vacation rentals in the Outer Banks! With plenty of room for everyone, our Outer Banks rentals are superb for your family get-together. Enjoy fully equipped kitchens, spacious decks for relaxing, and incredible extras like BBQ grills, hot tubs, game rooms, and so much more. Best of all, you’re in the Outer Banks, ready for plenty of fun in the sun! Check out some of your Cinco de Mayo NC options below.
Mexican Cuisine in the Outer Banks
It wouldn’t be a great Cinco de Mayo in NC without at least one top-notch Mexican meal, and luckily, there are plenty of places to choose from! If you’re staying in Duck, head over to Coastal Cantina, located right along the Duck Town Boardwalk. This to-go spot is fun for a quick bite overlooking the water, or you can get your soft tacos, pizzadillas, and burritos to go, and enjoy them in the comfort of your rental home. Don’t forget to try some duck tacos (pato tacos) while you’re in Duck!
If you happen to be craving Mexican food, there’s also some delicioso options in the area. Be sure to visit Viva Mexican Grill in Nags Head, Plaza Azteca in Kill Devil Hills, or Bad Bean Baja Grill in Kitty Hawk. Otherwise, consider branching out even further from Mexico with a taste of South America at Shaddai, a delicious Mexican-Peruvian hole-in-the-wall spot in Manteo.
Head to the Water in Cinco de Mayo NC
One of the reasons a stay in the Outer Banks is so great is proximity to the water. No matter what type of water sports you enjoy, you’ll be able to find them here! Check out Nor’Banks Watersports in Duck for all your rental needs: whether it’s sailboats, waverunners, or paddleboards you need, they’ve got you covered! Otherwise, you can always rent a pontoon boat so the whole family can climb aboard for a great day on the water. Alternatively, you can head out either on the Sound or to the wild ocean for a daylong fishing charter; see who can catch up dinner!
If you’re up for adventure, but don’t like boats, why not head out to see the famous wild horses of Corolla? The descendants of Spanish mustangs, these horses roam the beaches and are quite happy doing so. Whether you drive your own 4X4 to see them, or take a tour, it’s up to you, although a tour is highly recommended so you can learn more about these amazing animals from a knowledgeable guide.
No matter what you choose to do, you’re bound to have a fun Cinco de Mayo celebration in the Outer Banks! Contact us!