“Voted one of America’s happiest seaside towns” by Coastal Living.
From the moment you board the Mukilteo/Clinton ferry for the short ride to Whidbey Island you feel as though you are stepping away from the hustle and bustle of city life.
The drive to Langley from the ferry is a quick 10 minute leisurely drive through farms, forests and an island vineyard (Whidbey Island Winery).
The first place you’ll see as you enter Langley is the Island County Fairgrounds, (there are RV accommodations but we have never stayed here).
Affectionately known as “Langley by the Sea” this picturesque community invites you to stroll it’s streets and explore it’s waterfront.
The Langley Harbor has a little beach and picnic area(👏 geocaches).
There are lots of fun shops…..
Make sure to check out Star Store😍
There are lots of Cool galleries (Whidbey has a vibrant and thriving artistic community)….
and there is artwork scattered throughout Langley.
There are several places to eat and have drinks. Favorites for us are, Saltwater Fish House and Oyster Bar,
Prima Bistro (on a nice day check out the outdoor deck seating),
and Useless Bay Coffee Co ( make sure to stop in here they have excellent coffee and food)!
Orchard Kitchen is a short drive out of Langley, it is an intimate, delicious farm to table experience.
There is the vintage Clyde Movie Theater, it was built in 1937 and currently shows new release movies.
The library is tiny but so cool!
The Whale Center has lots of great information!
There are a lot of nice places to stay when visiting Langley…
The beautiful Inn At Langley Hotel and Spa is a special retreat!
Langley is such a wonderful little “village by the sea”! The community strives to maintain a comfortable, quaint, relaxed atmosphere. The locals are friendly and helpful and are always willing to strike up a conversation😍.
Here’s a few more photo’s I didn’t include above but I thought they were worth adding.