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Island County : les meilleures activités

Découvrez la ville à travers les yeux des habitants. Trouvez les meilleures activités, les meilleures tables et obtenez de précieux conseils auprès des personnes qui vivent ici.

“Enjoy New York style pizza as you sit over the water's edge. Fantastic salads and sandwiches as well. ”
52 habitants locaux recommandent
“First-run films in this historic movie palace run by the Willefords. The price of a ticket and snacks won't put a dent in your entertainment budget! 217 First Street | Langley | 360.221.5525”
44 habitants locaux recommandent
Restaurant français
“My favorite spot for lunch/dinner in Langley (plus weekend brunch). Fun bar, outdoor deck in late spring/summer. Reservations recommended. 201 1/2 First Street (above Star Store) | Langley | 360.221.4060”
47 habitants locaux recommandent
“Fort Worden is right in the City of Port Townsend. A wonderful beach, a marine science center, hiking trails, campground, conference center, host to music festivals through Centrum and much more. My favorite place to walk. If you don't have a State Park Pass, you can park for free in front of the large grassy area at the entrance. ”
40 habitants locaux recommandent
“Great off-leash dog beach good for long walks and picnics, with views of Mt. Rainier and the Olympics. ”
44 habitants locaux recommandent
“The views. Especially phenomenal at sunset. Fun roadtrip to Whidbey Island, where there are loads of cute shops and good eats. ”
28 habitants locaux recommandent
“Owner Des Rock has put together a most welcome spot serving breakfast, lunch and coffee roasted right in the shop. Indoor/outdoor dining plus live music. 121 Second Street | Langley | 360.2221.4515”
39 habitants locaux recommandent
Indie Movie Theater
“If you are in the mood for a movie, this is the place. It also has AWESOME popcorn with a variety of toppings available. (You can just go in and buy the popcorn, if you want and there is not a crowd in the lobby.) Lots of interesting special showings on the weekend, including old movies and plays.”
35 habitants locaux recommandent
Restaurant de fruits de mer
“Make reservations for the best experience. Gordon is an amazing chef, who often comes out of the kitchen to chat with guests. The food is a fine dining experience with an array of flavors.”
29 habitants locaux recommandent
Point of Interest
“If you can come in April this is THE BEST! The tulips and gardens at Roozengaarde are breathtaking.”
27 habitants locaux recommandent
“This is one of our favorite places to eat and drink. Great beers on taps (including local ones), and awesome pub food. Best burgers in town. Great fish and chips. And beautiful view from deck with outside seating. This is a 21-and-over place, so no kids. During the summer, it can get busy and the deck fills up. The servers here work hard and are great, but when they are slammed, food can be a bit slower to come out. (A good reason for a second beer!) There is live music many nights, as well as Open-Mike on Wednesday, and karaoke on Thursdays.”
33 habitants locaux recommandent
“Within walking distance of downtown, WICA features live theater, music, dance and literary events. 565 Camano Avenue | Langley | 360.221.8262”
28 habitants locaux recommandent
“Cama Beach Historical State Park is set in a spectacular, 486-acre waterfront location against a forested backdrop. It is connected by a mile-long trail to the 244-acre Camano Island State Park”
22 habitants locaux recommandent
Wine Shop
“Enjoy wine tasting and a small menu featuring snacks and specialties. Separate entertainment venue with live music on the weekends. Great views of Saratoga Passage and Camano Island. A true "nightclub" for Langley. (NOTE: It is now known as Ott & Hunter). 204 First Street | Langley | 360.221.7131”
28 habitants locaux recommandent
“May the fort be with you! Well worth the visit, just up the road in Coupeville. Home to the Admiralty Head Lighthouse and sweeping views of Admiralty Inlet and the Olympics. ”
18 habitants locaux recommandent
“A great view but here are also hiking trails all around, and you can head down to the beach for some sea level sights. If you park in the main lot you'll need a discover pass, $30 for the year or $10 for a day pass. ”
27 habitants locaux recommandent